Employing discarded materials, Anton Unai reinvents the urban landscape and resurrects the lives of the modern masses. Both rough and delicate, his work defies traditional aesthetic boundaries through multifaceted installation – referencing everything from Basquiat’s hand typography and poetry to Sir Howard Hodgkin’s abstract pairing. There is also a fair amount of sculpture thrown in for good measure.

Circleculture Gallery in Berlin will host Unai’s latest installation, Do what you can, with what you have, where you are, from July 7, 2011. The exhibition will run through July 31, 2011.

Gipsstrasse 11
10119 Berlin Germany

View a short interview with the artist and some of his photography after the jump.

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