"Angel Orensanz educated in Barcelona and Paris, opened his studio in New York in the early 1980’s after working with several architects such as Marcel Breuer, Martin Gelber and John Portman. He has developed major installation concepts for environmental shows such as Holland Park, London; Red Square, Moscow; Roppongi-Park and Senso-ji, Tokyo; the Brandenburg Gate in Berlin; and ABC Playground (Houston St.), New York. Since the early 1990’s he has developed a prolific body of work in performance, conceptual art and video.

These pieces often carry a marked political and social commentary, reinforced by a very personal poetic language, such as “The shattered Tent” during the wars of the Balkans or his recent multimedia “Burning Universe” for Venice (Summer and Fall of 2003); “Razor in the Eye (Bunuel)” for Florence; and the very recent series “In Nasa’s Lab” and the “Steppes of Mars” in January and February of 2004, developed and shown in his New York space."