The 58th Carnegie International, titled ‘Is it morning for you yet?’ brings together historical works from the collections of international institutions, estates, and artists, alongside new commissions and recent works by contemporary artists.
In this exhibition Barclay includes a series of tactile sculptural environments, where large-scale forms, made predominantly from fabrics and metals, “suggest textile narratives and explore our complex relationships with cloth.”
Claire Barclay has been commissioned by Tideway, London to create artworks for the new public realm site at Putney. In response to the heritage theme ‘Recreation to Industry: Society in Transition', Barclay has developed a series of three works: three bronze oars to be incorporated into the foreshore balustrade in the form of lengths of handrail; text integrated within the inlaid University Boat Race (UBR) marker line in the form of raised cast lettering; and a graphic pattern waterjet cut into the granite walling of the foreshore kiosk.
Join Scottish artist Claire Barclay in conversation with Katy Hessel (Art Historian, Curator, Broadcaster, and founder of the influential Instagram, @thegreatwomenartists), to discuss ‘Claire Barclay: Tenuity’, Stephen Friedman Gallery’s fourth annual exhibition of prints by gallery artists.
We are delighted to invite you to join Stephen Friedman and owner of Modernity Andrew Duncanson for an online conversation about their collaboration, ‘Stephen Friedman Gallery at The London House of Modernity'.
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