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Untitled, 2016
Table composed of 4 glass plates
Unique

Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, Problemas de estilo y vasijas de barro. Zarigüeya/Alabado Contemporáneo, Museo Casa del Alabado, Quito, Ecuador.

Geodesia y antropometría (vasijas), 2016
Collage
82 x 64 cm
Unique

Geodesia y antropometría (crania ethnica), 2016
Collage
30 x 25 cm
Unique

LEFT
Stilfragen (crania) II, 2015
Concrete
25 x 25 x 25 cm
Unique

RIGHT
Stilfragen (crania) I, 2016
Concrete
25 x 25 x 25 cm
Unique

Point de capiton (Hodja), 2016
Galvanized steel, inkjet print, PVC canvas, screws and magnets
140x100x56 cm
Unique

Limbo (Abierto grande), 2016
Rubber and iron plate
6 x 30 x 40 cm
Unique

LEFT
Sin título (cesta 2), 2015
Concrete and PVC
15 x 33 x 33 cm
Unique

RIGHT
Sin título (cesta 1), 2015
Concrete and PVC
16 x 33 x 33 cm
Unique

Agoramaquia (Versión nº2), 2014
2 rubber plates and iron structure
174 x 102 cm / 230 x 139 cm
Unique

Installation view: Arco 2017, Madrid, 2017

Agoramaquia (Versión nº2), 2014
2 rubber plates and iron structure
174 x 102 cm / 230 x 139 cm
Unique

Untitled (Forcola) #2, 2013
Digital print on hahnemühle rag photo paper
106,5 x 79,5 x 5 cm
Ed. 2/3 + 1AP

Sin título (Trama#4), 2012
Steel Silkscreen
Overall dimension: 256 x 110 x 6 cm
Unique

Not all that moves is red (Telón) #1, 2012
Sewn fabric
300 x 450 cm, unique

Floor, from left to right:
Base (Prizemljeno) #1, 2011 / Base (Prizemljeno) #2, 2011 / Base (Prizemljeno) #3, 2011
Right wall: Untitled, 2003
Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, Raven Row, London, 2011
Image credits: Marcus J. Leith

Right: Untitled (Memorial), 2009
Left: Untitled (Pikete), 2010
Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, Raven Row, London, 2011
Image credits: Marcus J. Leith

Le Trou #2, 2009
Tiles and Styrofoam, 80 x 60 x 25 cm, unique
Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, Raven Row, London, 2011
Image credits: Marcus J. Leith

Foreground: Hard Edge, 2010
Background: Untitled (Benta Handi), 2009
Installation view: ILLUMInazioni – ILLUMInations, Giardini and Arsenale, 54th Venice Biennale, 2011

Hard Edge, 2011 (detail of two pieces)
MDF, varnish, ca. 366 cm long each, unique
Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, MNCARS, Madrid, Spain, 2011
Image credits: Román Lores & Joaquín Cortés, courtesy MNCARS

Softfocus, 2011
Poster, text and slide projection: 80 6x6 colour slides, unique
Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, MNCARS, Madrid, Spain, 2011
Image credits: Román Lores & Joaquín Cortés, courtesy MNCARS

Auñamendi, 2005
36 C-prints, 30 x 40 cm each, ed. 3 + 1 AP
Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, MNCARS, Madrid, Spain, 2011
Image credits: Román Lores & Joaquín Cortés, courtesy MNCARS

Figures and Prefigurations, 2009
Cut-out from offset print, 84 x 59 cm each, unique works
Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, MNCARS, Madrid, Spain, 2011
Image credits: Román Lores & Joaquín Cortés, courtesy MNCARS

Sin título (sin título, Kalero), 2009
1 B&W photograph: 150 x 100 cm, 1 C-print: 50 x 30 cm,
2 concrete structures: 100 x 40 x 40 cm, 11 iron pieces: 10 x 10 x 1 cm, unique work
Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, MNCARS, Madrid, Spain, 2011
Image credits: Román Lores & Joaquín Cortés, courtesy MNCARS

Sin título (sin título, Kalero), 2009 (detail)
Installation view: In the First Circle. A Project by Imogen Stidworthy, Fundació Antoni Tàpies, 2011. Image credits: Albert Ibanyez

La Ruota Dentata, 2009
Iron and concrete
170 X 390 X 230 cm, unique
Installation view: Koenraad Dedobbeleer / Asier Mendizabal, ProjecteSD, 2009

Untitled, 2009
Concrete and wood
82 x 83 x 3 cm, unique

Delimitar # 2, 2009
Engraving on gravoply mounted on birch plywood
30 x 30 cm, ed. 3
Installation view: Koenraad Dedobbeleer / Asier Mendizabal, ProjecteSD, 2009

This Is the Way (Assemble), 2007
Silkscreen
70 x 50 cm
Ed. 40 + 10

Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, MACBA, 2008
Photo: © Juanchi Pegoraro, courtesy MACBA

Not All That Moves (Is Red), 2007
Fabric, concrete and audio CD
Dimensions variable
Installation view: Not All That Moves (Is Red), Artis den Bosch, The Netherlands, 2007

Bigger than a Cult, Smaller than a Mass (One, Two Backdrops), 2006
Sewn material, newspapers
400 x 600 cm
Installation view: Wat is/Wat Zou Kunnen, W139, Amsterdam, 2006

Überbau, 2005 (Superestructura)
Iron framework, wood panels and offset-printed posters
Dimensions variable
Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, MACBA, 2008
Photo: © Juanchi Pegoraro, courtesy MACBA

Zer eskatzen du herriak!? / What do People Want!?, 2004
Sound, Colour DVD,7’ 09”
Ed. 5 + AP

Herritz Herri, 2004 (Village to village)
Color photographs
80 x 105 cm, ed. 3 + AP

Sandinista!, 2000
Iron tube, PVC sheeting, rubber pneumatics and concrete
Dimensions variable
Installation view: Sandinista!, De Ateliers, Amsterdam, 2000

No Time For Love, 2000
16mm b&w film loop projection
Duration: 18”
Installation view: No Time For Love, D.A.E., San Sebastián, 2000

Cinema, 1999
PVC sheeting, board on wooden trestles, bottles of mineral water and glasses
Dimensions variable
Installation view: Asier Mendizabal, MACBA, 2008
Photo: © Juanchi Pegoraro, courtesy MACBA

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