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Though seemingly neutral, Ignasi Aballí's work is often disturbing and sharply critical of the world around us. On the one hand, his work entails the disappearance of the artist, as dust gathers and the sun gradually wears away the materials used to construct each piece. On the other, this is an artist who meticulously collects, inventories and arranges information from newspapers, gathering endlessly reproduced images while paying homage to the anonymity of others.


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Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 42 and 43
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 74 and 75
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 58 and 59
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 82 and 83
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 110 and 111
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 116 and 117
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 138 and 139
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 164 and 165
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 170 and 171
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 176 and 177
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 178 and 179
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 184 and 185
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 198 and 199
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 194 and 195
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 226 and 227
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 230 and 231
Selection from the catalogue 'Ignasi Aballí. 0-24 h', pages 302 and 303

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Audios

FONS ÀUDIO #15 Ignasi Aballí
12.11.2012
FONS ÀUDIO #15 Ignasi Aballí. Deleted scenes
05.12.2012
My work is my body, my body is my work.
Helena Almeida