Viewing articles tagged with 'Sculpture'
International Fine Arts Consortium (IFAC), New York
Rusty Van Riper interviews artist James Joseph about his artworks shown at the exhibition 'PROCESS: Readdressing Infinite Ways of Seeing' held at the IFAC, New York and the direction of his new work.
Focal Point Gallery, The Forum, Elmer Square, Southend-on-Sea, Essex SS1 1NB
Paul Johnson and Rick Buckley hint at chaos just beyond peripheral vision in their sculptural, film and photographic works. The two solo exhibitions at Focal Point Gallery are reviewed by Sophie Sleigh-Johnson.
kaufmann repetto, Via di Porta Tenaglia 7, 20121 Milano
For his exhibition at kaufmann repetto milano, Swiss born, Brussels based artist Nicolas Party will respond to the dual structure of the gallery, taking it as an opportunity to explore the shape-shifting physicality of colour, and continue his interest in the historical precedent of painting.
The Whitworth, The University of Manchester, Oxford Road, Manchester M15 6ER
When Cornelia Parker collaborated with the British Army to blow up a shed in the YBA hey-day, we could not have foreseen that this parallel to the Big Bang would serve as an ongoing symbol of creation and birth. Review by Aindrea Emelife
GSL Projekt Novalisstrasse 7, 10115 Berlin
In 'This Dust' fourteen artworks by nine artists come together to create a unique ‘laboratory of images’ that takes the viewer on a journey, interrogating the systems and logics that they use to structure the world. Review by Rene Kaiser
Ingleby Gallery, 15 Calton Road, Edinburgh EH8 8DL
The desire to ‘represent’ abstraction, and even to endow it with a ‘protective’ quality, to uphold it against its detractors and promote its adaptive, unceasingly inventive potential, is a latent but generative implication of ‘ABJAD’. Review by Catherine Spencer
B&Q, Gillingham and Guildhall Museum, Rochester & Big Screen, Waterfront Pumping Station, Chatham
Comprising a video screened at multiple sites in neighbouring Medway towns, and a sculpture installed at B&Q, ‘Great Expectations’ imagines tools as sentient beings with their own perspectives on stories and histories. James Gormley reviews the project across various sites in Rochester, Gillingham and Chatham.
Victoria Miro, 16 Wharf Road, London N1 7RW & Victoria Miro Mayfair, 14 St George Street, London W1S 1FE
In Sarah Sze’s work the real world and the world of artifice are constantly renegotiated by overlapping and displaced of points of view. Francesca Cavallo reviews her multi-sited and multi-faceted new exhibition at Victoria Miro.
Northern Gallery for Contemporary Art, City Library and Arts Centre, Fawcett Street, Sunderland SR1 1RE
‘The Decorator and the Thief (...)’ pushes us to reconsider our position: to question where skill becomes craft, design becomes decoration, and which differentiates form from function? Review by Matthew Hearn