Yosi Negrín

Yosi Negrín (Santa Cruz de Tenerife, 1994) is an artist, architect, curator and editor based in Madrid. He obtained his undergraduate and postgraduate degrees in architecture from the ETSAM, Madrid. Yosi’s interests revolve around the territory and its digital presence, raising questions about the relation between technological-objects and how they modify human lives. More specifically, his work focuses on the study of both the physical and the digital map, and on the meta-narratives created by them which, at the end, build our reality. Informed by his architectural vision of art, Yosi works across moving images, 3D representations, found objects and post-produced images (made and found) to create a series of installations that highlight the constructed nature of our relation to (and perception of) spaces. From the outset of his career, Yosi has worked as an editor and communications manager of numerous publications, including DPA magazine and 255.255.255. He has further worked and collaborated with Spanish artist Luis Úrculo and has co-founded Casa Antillón, a project space dedicated to organising itinerant exhibitions, such as Casa Antillón (2018) and Solo show. casaantillón x casabanchel, Madrid, Spain (2019).

 

@yosinegrin

‘Social ( ) Distancing’, 2020.

‘Street View Horizons. Google Maps Terra Incognita’ (excerpt), 2018

Meta Street View Horizons + Street View Horizons, 2019. Installation view, Phe Gallery, Puerto de la Cruz

‘Objetos Intermedios’ (excerpt), 2019

‘Objetos Intermedios’, 2019. Installation view, Casa Antillón, Madrid

‘Objetos Intermedios’, 2019. Installation view, Casa Antillón, Madrid

‘Meta Streetview Horizons’, 2018. Installation view, OR, curated by GAPS Curatorial & Belinda Martín Porras, Feria de Arte en Casa, Madrid

‘Slide to Unlock’, 2018. Installation view, Swatch Cities Creative Natives Festival, Madrid

Solo Exhibitions
2020
· Zona Cero: El Cenotafio Digital, El Tanque, Tenerife, Spain (upcoming)
· 2020. Wasted Panorama·, Habitación Número 34, Madrid, Spain

 

Group Exhibitions
2020
· 10 segundos, 20 artistas, produced by Finding Art Madrid, Urvanity Art Fair, Madrid, Spain

 

2019
· StreetView Horizons, PHE Gallery, Puerto de la Cruz, Spain

· Muchas cosas muy importantes, MONEO BROCK, Madrid, Spain

· Aliança #01, Haimney Gallery, Barcelona, Spain

· Casa Antillón, Madrid, Spain

 

2018
· Swatch Cities Creative Natives Festival, Madrid, Spain

· 255.255, XVI Venice Architecture Biennale. Spanish Pavilion, Venice, Italy

· OR, curated by GAPS & Belinda Martín Porras, presented during Manifiesta12, Palermo, Italy

· OR, curated by GAPS Curatorial & Belinda Martín Porras, Feria de Arte en Casa, Madrid, Spain

 

2017
· OR, curated by GAPS Curatorial & Belinda Martín Porras, Bon Art Book Fair, Tehran, Iran

 

2016
· Summer Exhibition, Círculo de Bellas Artes de Tenerife, Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain