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Alberto Bursztyn

Alberto Burszyn is a Brooklyn-based sculptor/installation artist working in a variety of media. His installations and assemblages explore the aesthetic possibilities and psychological meanings of reconfigured old and discarded everyday objects. As an immigrant from Argentina and conscious of his family’s multigenerational migrations and dislocations, his work often speaks to the reinvention, transformation, and memory found in repurposed objects and tools. Although he holds no formal art degrees, he has studied and apprenticed with prominent sculptors including, Patricia Cronin, Juana Valdez, Stephen Keltner, Kathleen Gilrain, and other  artists such as Elizabeth Murray and Leinart Anderson, who have taught in the MFA in Visual Arts program at Brooklyn College. His work has been shown widely; it is represented in the permanent collections of the Brooklyn College Library art holdings, the B.U. Kashkin Museum in Ekaterinburg, Russia, and in various private collections.