Huma Bhabha's second solo exhibition at Stephen Friedman Gallery will present an ambitious new body of work. The show will include three new carved cork sculptures, large-scale drawings with collage on photographs and a new clay and mixed media sculpture. The new work continues Bhabha's investigation into figuration, drawing inspiration from a wide spectrum of references that cross genres, time, art history, continents and popular culture. From Ancient Gandharan ruins to the instant contemporary ruins of stressed, urban infrastructure, time becomes another malleable material in Bhabha's toolbox.
Hodges' work has always revolved around ideas of time, loss, life and love. Using a wide array of materials, he is able t...
yoshitomo nara: new works
horizon that appears out of the sleepy woods
david shrigley: drawings and paintings
albers & the bauhaus
andreas eriksson: rÖta, brÅka, skÄkta och hÄckla
At 5:30pm on Tuesday 9 February there will be an exhibition walkthrough with Andreas Eriksson and Magnus af Petersens, Senior Curator at Moderna Museet Stockholm. The private view will follow from 6-8pm
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of new paintings and tapestries by Swedish artist Andreas Eriksson. The show runs concurrent with a solo presentation at Gothenburg Museum of Art in Sweden, and follows ...