Viewing articles tagged with 'Sculpture'

Rod Barton, 41-45 Consort Road, London SE15 3SS

Kenneth Alme: My Tarp Has Sprung a Leak

Kenneth Alme, My Tarp Has Sprung a Leak, installation view (2014)

An impending tangent runs through the exhibition as a whole - is there anything in this day and age that one cannot categorise and find recycled in pop-culture? Review by William Davie

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Galerie Chez Valentin, 9 rue Saint-Gilles 75003 Paris

Nicolas Moulin: Steppterm

Exhibition view Nicolas Moulin, “Steppterm” Valentin gallery, Paris

Steppterminal was conceived as an ensemble of hybrids between architectural fragment and autonomous sculpture. The series presents a set of ghost structures, without status or future, evoking a perpetual present—that of ruins, or unfinished construction, isolated in its own sovereign failure.

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Kayne Griffin Corcoran, 1201 South La Brea Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90019

Mark Handforth: Rough Dark Diamond

Installation view

Mark Handforth twists mundane markers of modern life—light fixtures, roadway signs, motorcycles—into an evocative series of symbols and ciphers.

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UHArts, Museum of St Albans, Hatfield Road, St Albans, AL1 3RR

Emma Donaldson: Making Trouble

Emma Donaldson, Making Trouble installation view (2014)

Bodily references are found everywhere within Donaldson’s work. She is interested in ideas of ‘body memory’ - how experiences and emotions can leave their trace on the physical. Review by Sacha Waldron

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Auto Italia South East, Unit 2, 3 York Way, King’s Cross, London, N1C 4AE

POLYMYTH x Miss Information

'POLYMYTH x Miss Information', Auto Italia, 2014.

‘Polymyth x Miss Information’ is an exhibition which posits a fictional character in a semi-domestic space of the near future, guiding the audience with an ethereal voice that chimes through the gallery. Review by Ned McConnell.

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Thomas Dane Gallery, 3 & 11 Duke Street St James's, London SW1Y 6BN

Steve McQueen: Ashes

Installation view

The directors of Thomas Dane Gallery are pleased to announce our third solo exhibition of British artist and filmmaker, Steve McQueen, which marks the tenth anniversary of the gallery.

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Waterside Contemporary, 2 Clunbury Street, London, N1 6TT

Oreet Ashery: Animal with a Language

Oreet Ashery, 'Animal with a Language', installation view at Waterside Contemporary.

Oreet Ashery's first solo exhibition with Waterside Contemporary is highly frenetic, displaying a fierce engagement with politics, gender and class via hypnotic sound, text, videos and assemblages. Review by Will Gresson.

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Kunsthalle Wien, Museumsquartier, Museumsplatz 1, 1070 Wien

Blue Times

Installation view: Blue Times, Kunsthalle Wien (2014)

The exhibition is an ambitious attempt to quantify the presence of blue in the world around us through a series of aesthetic gestures. Review by Shana Beth Mason

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Ronchini Gallery, 22 Dering Street, London, W1S 1AN

All That Matters Is What’s Left Behind

Installation view, 'All That Matters Is What's Left Behind, Ronchini Gallery, 2014

All That Matters Is What’s Left Behind explores the act of the artist ‘leaving their mark’ as a work of art. Encompassing performative gestures, these works are neither final nor complete and instead focus on the process of painting or sculpture alongside the completed art form. Review by Louisa Lee.

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Hauser & Wirth, Limmatstrasse, 270 8005 Zurich

Matthew Day Jackson: Family

Frivolous Time Piece

Matthew Day Jackson draws inspiration from layers of history that chart mechanical invention, territorial-exploration, and warfare and medicine.

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Yorkshire Sculpture Park, West Bretton, Wakefield WF4 4LG

Fiona Banner: Wp Wp Wp

Fiona Banner, Chinook (28 revolutions per minute) (2014) helicopter blades, rotor hubs, motor, gearboxes, steel.

“You say it like ‘wop wop wop wop wop’. It’s like the sound of a helicopter, you know?” So Fiona Banner explains her curious title of her latest exhibition. Review by Aindrea Emelife

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