‘Life & the Invitation& Vapour in Debri&’ is entered through a façade made up of original parts of a Horror House installed on The Modern Institute's exterior wall. Bricks on Bricks on the outside, suggesting a conditional shift for the perception of the interior.
The artist gives generously, offering up a rich tableau of installation, sculpture and drawing that helps bring us closer to an understanding of the vast and mysterious planet we inhabit. Review by Laura Campbell
García Galería is proud to present the first exhibition of Elena Bajo (Madrid, 1976) in Spain. Her art practice focuses on the production of the work itself, and on the workspace or exhibition space as laboratory. Review by Juan Canela
Dordoy's works 'address the legacies of minimalism and abstraction, while investigating the mutations established sculptural and painterly forms might take within the pixelated image-overload of online culture.' Review by Catherine Spencer
There's something about the expanse of white space, punctuated with angular protrusions that feels current and cuttingly modernist for a collection of works that were mostly produced in the mid to late 1980s. Review by Catrin Davies.
'Venture too far to the left on entering David Roberts Art Foundation's latest exhibition, 'Geographies of Contamination', and a gallery assistant leaps to your side to save you from stepping into an oily puddle.' Review by Matilda Bathurst