ART OPENING: Steve McQueen @ThomasDaneLDN Monday 13th October #FriezeWeek 2014
Steve McQueen, Ashes, 2014. Super 8 film transferred to HD video. Single channel continuous projection – with sound
14th October – 15th November 2014 Private View: Monday 13th October, 6 – 8pm
Thomas Dane Gallery are exhibiting new works by Steve McQueen. The exhibition will occupy both gallery spaces and will celebrate the tenth anniversary of McQueen’s inaugural show with the gallery in 2004, Into This World. At the heart of the exhibition will sit the new film, Ashes, 2014, which delivers the viewer into a highly sensory space with the potential for epiphany or self-revelation.
It’s pretty easy to get between Thomas Dane’s two galleries on Duke Street – where you can currently see two shows linked by the unusual topic of transporting art.
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