"Ideas of balance, connection and uncertainty inform a chance meeting of unrelated sculptural objects in Rico's Fauna V (2019). A branch, a deer leg, brass, and neon hang together to create a form that is at once interconnected and disjointed. The work was influenced in part by a native Yaqui dance originating from the northern Mexican state of Sonora, where dancers reenact a dramatic deer hunt to honour the natural world. While the sculpture dislocates the deer from any mystical meaning, it more accurately reflects the current relationship between humans and nature."; Excerpt from "May You Live in Interesting Times" Biennale Arte 2019, Exhibition Catalogue, Julio Cesar Morales

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Founded in Paris in 1990 by Emmanuel Perrotin, then 21 years old, the gallery has become one of the most
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