“With the simple act of miniaturization and thoughtful placement, Isaac Cordal magically expands the imagination of pedestrians finding his sculptures on the street.” – Steven P. Harrington, Brooklyn Street Art
Cement Eclipses is a critical definition of our behavior as a social mass. The art work intends to catch the attention on our devalued relation with the nature through a critical look to the collateral effects of our evolution. With the master touch of a stage director, the figures are placed in locations that quickly open doors to other worlds. The scenes zoom in the routine tasks of the contemporary human being.
Men and women are suspended and isolated in a motion or pose that can take on multiple meanings. The sympathetic figures are easy to relate to and to laugh with. They present fragments in which the nature, still present, maintains encouraging symptoms of survival. The precariousness of these anonymous statuettes, at the height of the sole of the passers, represents the nomadic remainders of an imperfect construction of our society. These small sculptures contemplate the demolition and reconstruction of everything around us. They catch the attention of the absurdity of our existence.
Isaac Cordal is sympathetic toward his little people and you can empathize with their situations, their leisure time, their waiting for buses and even their more tragic moments such as accidental death, suicide or family funerals. The sculptures can be found in gutters, on top of buildings, on top of bus shelters; in many unusual and unlikely places.
06/2023 Where There’s Smoke, There’s Fire: Art Exhibit Calls Viewers to Confront Fascism. Article by Henry Giroux
10/2022 Isaac Cordal Into the Woods with Fire Extinguishers in Northern Spain Brooklyn Street Art
08/2022 Ballena Blanca. Eldiario.es. Entrevista
01/2022 Hombres y no. Isaac Cordal. Frontera AD. Texto de Alberto Ruiz de Samaniego
12/2020 Histories of Violence: Look Closer at the World, There You Will See. Larb. Interview by Brad Evans
05/2019 Isaac Cordal In-Studio Visit. Bilbao, Spain. Brooklyn Street Art
05/2017 Isaac Cordal @Nuart Aberdeen. Instagrafite. Interview.
01/2016 Isaac Cordal. Streetartnews. Interview
09/2012 Art on the beach. Fans of Flanders. Interview.
09/2012 El arte se mete en los charcos del Soho. Diario Sur. Article.
05/2012 Studio Visit: Isaac Cordal. Agenda magazine. Interview.
05/2012 Beaufort 04 art parcours. The Bulletin Magazine. Interview.
01/2012 Canvascollectie: Isaac Cordal. RTBF. Video.
01/2012 Rasenmäher auf Broccoli Spiegel on line
11/2011 Cement Figurines Invade HLP Project Space Frame web
Street art is hip Video. Koppen. VRT.
09/2011 Interview with Isaac Cordal Blkfrmt.
09/2011 Ciudades grandes, gente pequeña La maquinaria de la nube.
06/2011 Isaac Cordal: Digital Abstinence. Subvertising magazine. Interview. July 2011.
06/2011 El arte callejero convierte a Londres en una gran galería. BBC World. Interview. Video.
06/2011 Cement eclipses Glamcult. Review.
05/2011 Isaac Cordal – Cement Eclipses at Pure Evil Gallery Renton´s room. Review.
05/2011 Life in Miniature: Magnificent Street Art Sculptures Article. The Atlantic.
05/2011 London: Isaac Cordal makes the small men alive Article. Artfridge.
05/2011 Isaac Cordal – Cement eclipses book Review. Hookeblog
05/2011 The Cement Eclipses Series by Isaac Cordal Yuxtapox magazine
05/2011 Isaac Cordal – Cement eclipses book review Crack for your eyes
04/2011 Street artist interview: Isaac Cordal Street art London
10/2010 Crack for your eyes Interview
02/2011 Man Behind Those Sad Cement Sculptures Interview. My modern met
02/2011 Street art scales down: why Cordal and Slinkachu are masters of miniature The Guardian/Observer
04/2011 Isaac Cordal’s miniature magic moments in real world Brooklyn street art. Interview/review
04/2011Publications: ‘Cement Eclipses’ by Isaac Cordal Arrested motion. Review
01/2011 5 minutes with Isaac Cordal Rooms magazine #3. Interview
04/2011 Inspired Ingenuity — Isaac Cordal Invisiblemadevisible.
12/2010 Isaac Cordal. Interview. Hidden Champion Magazine
10/2010 Cement eclipses. Isaac Cordal. Xornal de Galicia.
09/2010 Little Cement Urbanites: Isaac Cordal’s Street Art Installations. Huffington post.
04/2010 Faro de Vigo. Entrevista
03/2010 Seres diminutos de cemento. Diario de Pontevedra. Entrevista/artículo
06/2023. Smoke signals. Galerie C.O.A. Montreal, Canada. Solo show
12/2021 24/7. SC Gallery. Bilbao. Spain. Solo show
09/19 Ego Monuments. Galerie COA. Montreal. Canada. Solo show
06/2018 La comédie humaine. Space Válles – Saint-Martin-d’Hères, France. Solo show
02/2017 Giza komedia. SCGallery, Bilbao. Spain. Solo show
09/ 2016 La comédie humaine. La Mediatine. Brussels, Belgium. Solo show
10/2015 Urban Inertia. Galerie C.O.A. Montreal, Canada. Solo show
2015 Moments de solitude. SpaceJunk. Bayonne, Grenoble and Lyon. France. Solo show
11/2013 Follow the leaders. Bienal La Otra. Bogotá, Colombia. Group show
09/2013 Cement eclipses Anno Domini Gallery. San Jose. EEUU. Solo show
06/2013 The new slavery Temple du gout. Nantes, France. Solo show
11/2012 Prestige Harlan Levey Projects Gallery. Brussels. Belgium. Solo show
11/2012 Eclipses de cemento. Galeria JM. Malaga, Spain. Solo show
05/ 2012 Cement eclipses: small interventions in the big city. Pure Evil Gallery. London. UK. Solo show
03/2012 Waiting for climate change . Beaufort04. Vila Chalutier. De Panne. Belgium. Solo show
04/2012 Cement eclipses Ras Gallery. Subenysuben. Barcelona, Spain. Solo show
07/2006 The elder brother. Urbanitas. Group show. MARCO. Vigo, Spain. Group show
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