Viewing articles tagged with 'Sculpture'
Vane, First Floor Commercial Union House, 39 Pilgrim Street, Newcastle Upon Tyne NE1 6QE
Mooney has confidently matured in his abilities to perform the role of adolescent artist, having his cake and eating it with two fingers up and no concern to start producing ‘adult’ art, all the while remaining cerebral, provocative and daring. Review by Peter-Ashley Jackson
Green Art Gallery, Al Quoz 1, Street 8, Alserkal avenue, Unit 28 PO. Box 25711 Dubai, UAE
In group exhibition '1497' images, scents, texts, and objects allude to a home in which history has taken place, amidst roofs on fire, a greenhouse filled with tropical plants, an orphaned balcony, scattered threads, a soup made from stone, and chapters pulled from books not yet written.
Jerwood Visual Arts, Jerwood Space, 171 Union Street, Bankside, London SE1 0LN
Like walking through a Tumblr homepage – heaving with fan-art, glitch-gifs and pop – the show triggers questions about the ownership of culture and copyright in the age of CTRL + C. Siobhan Leddy reviews 'Common Property'.
Block 336, 336 Brixton Road, London, SW9 7AA
HOMEWARE_update is the first a solo exhibition by London-based artist Corey Bartle-Sanderson. The work probes ideas relating to duplicity and artifice through sculpture, installation and photography.
Museum of Cycladic Art, Vasilissis Sofias ave. & 1, Irodotou str., Athens 10674
Mario Merz's latest survey exhibition 'Numbers are prehistoric' will shed light on the late Italian artist’s multi-faceted practice, treading the thin line between visual and written expression. The exhibition features previously unseen material, and is displayed in the Stathatos Mansion at the Museum of Cycladic Art, Athens.
Hauser & Wirth Somerset, Durslade Farm, Dropping Lane, Bruton, Somerset BA10 0NL
Drawing inspiration from dystopian literature, ‘Qwaypurlake’ presents the audience with a narrative proposition: to reimagine the Somerset landscape as dominated almost entirely by water, a future world in which humans have been marginalized. Review by Laura Mansfield
The Fruitmarket Gallery, 45 Market Street, Edinburgh EH1 1DF
As winter whittles down the daylight hours outside The Fruitmarket Gallery’s windows, inside, its spaces emit a series of elemental yet serene surges of colour and light. This is art made of nothing but the essentials of seeing, it is the legacy of the California Light and Space movement. Review by Katherine Pahar