Tangible Landscapes
 

tangible landscapes

 
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We all collect and curate, surrounding ourselves with a landscape of passions, a tangible landscape that describes us more accurately than any portrait.

Robin Brown is a visual artist and set designer who specialises in creating tangible landscapes, fictional settings, exacting period recreations, and drawing character and narrative through environment.  

He creates original and memorable art-based installations. His extensive background in creating immersive settings and detailed historical recreations for film led him to the commissions to design the β€˜Collector β€˜and β€˜Asylum’ installations for Helly Nahmad for Frieze Masters 2014/15, their thoughtful and provocative designs combining both humanity and strong narrative and involving cinematic soundscapes received international critical acclaim.

For Frieze Masters 2017 he created  'At work with Peter Blake' for Waddington Custot gallery.

 
 
 
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Robin trained at Hornsey College of Art and majored in furniture design, becoming an award winning Art Director and Production Designer working in the film and design industries for over 25 years.

His work has won multiple awards from Cannes Lions, The Creative Circle, New York Festivals, Deutsche Werber Filmpreis, Epica, The British Television Advertising Awards, and D&AD.