Saint Catherine Wheels found dumped outside The National Gallery, 2012 pencil on paper
Breakdown, 2002 pen, ink on paper
Self-portrait #1, 2008 pencil on paper
Drawing (3), 2007 charcoal on paper
H.2.N.Y. Jean Tinguely’s Homage to New York Fails to Destroy Itself in the Sculpture Garden at MOMA in March 1960, 2007
oil stick on paper
5th June – 31st July 2013 Thomas Dane Gallery First Floor 3 & 11 Duke Street, St James’s, London, SW1Y 6BN
A major retrospective of London-based artist Michael Landy’s works on paper, this show highlights the importance of drawing to Landy’s artistic process. The exhibition will provide a great context for the kinetic sculptures on show at the National Gallery, complementing the drawings of the kinetic sculptures themselves that form the backbone of the National Gallery’s exhibition.
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