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Horizon

Lisson Gallery has launched a new space on Cork Street with an exhibition titled Horizon, putting it at the heart of London’s Frieze activity.

Installation view of Horizon at Lisson Gallery, London, 6– 31 October 2020 © Lisson Gallery, photography by Jack Hems
Installation view of Horizon at Lisson Gallery, London, 6– 31 October 2020 © Lisson Gallery, photography by Jack Hems

Horizon presents works by artists who look beyond the markers of our time, to something beyond, almost outside of our grasp. The show is a unifying point for multiple voices and perspectives, creating an opportunity to reflect not only on the past, but a vision for the future, as well as a possible new today. Highlights include John Akomfrah’s 2012 film, Peripeteia; a large-scale tree root by Ai Weiwei; a triptych painting by Laure Prouvost; a Ryan Gander animatronic stray cat on a plinth; a deep glistening mirror by Anish Kapoor; and a selection of paintings illustrating the spectrum of the medium, from Mary Corse and Lee Ufan to Stanley Whitney and Joanna Pousette-Dart.

John Akomfrah?Peripeteia, 2012 (film still)?Single channel HD colour video, 5.1 sound?17 minutes 28 seconds © Smoking Dogs Films. Courtesy Lisson Gallery
John Akomfrah?Peripeteia, 2012 (film still)?Single channel HD colour video, 5.1 sound?17 minutes 28 seconds © Smoking Dogs Films. Courtesy Lisson Gallery

The presentation will include John Akomfrah’s groundbreaking film, Peripeteia (2012). Taking as its starting point two drawings by Albrecht Du?rer – two of the earliest Western representations of black people – Peripeteia is the first part of a proposed trilogy that creatively looks at the traces, appearances and disappearances of early African life in Europe. This screening will complement the new edition that Akomfrah has designed for the October issue of Frieze Magazine, to raise money for the organisation’s new Curatorial Fellowship, supporting bursary roles for BAME-identifying young curators, in collaboration with Zoe Whitley at the Chisenhale.

Ryan Gander?The fallout of being present, or The squatters (Socks meet Hammons’ Untitled (Night Train) (1989)), 2020?Wood, latex, resin, synthetic fur, paint, animatronics ?10.2 x 50.8 x 34.3 cm?4 x 20 x 13 1/2 in © Ryan Gander. Courtesy Lisson Gallery
Ryan Gander?The fallout of being present, or The squatters (Socks meet Hammons’ Untitled (Night Train) (1989)), 2020?Wood, latex, resin, synthetic fur, paint, animatronics ?10.2 x 50.8 x 34.3 cm?4 x 20 x 13 1/2 in © Ryan Gander. Courtesy Lisson Gallery

Ryan Gander, Haroon Mirza, Mary Corse and Allora & Calzadilla will unveil new work for the exhibition (all 2020).

Installation view of Horizon at Lisson Gallery, London, 6– 31 October 2020 © Lisson Gallery, photography by Jack Hems
Installation view of Horizon at Lisson Gallery, London, 6– 31 October 2020 © Lisson Gallery, photography by Jack Hems

A large-scale painting by Mary Corse, embedding acrylic squares and glass microspheres that creates a dynamic illuminating effect, will also be included, coinciding with Corse’s exhibition of new work on Bell Street. Other paintings include a large-scale triptych by Laure Prouvost, The Hidden Paintings Grandma Improved – Together Ailleur (2019); a new electromagnetic painting, made using gold mirror foil, by Allora & Calzadilla; a significant Stanley Whitney oil on canvas from 1996; and a two-panel painting by Joanna Pousette-Dart.

Joanna Pousette-Dart?3 Part Variation #1, 2010?Acrylic on canvas on wood panel?Installed 174 x 317.5 x 3.8 cm?Installed 68 1/2 x 125 x 1 1/2 in © Joanna Pousette-Dart. Courtesy Lisson Gallery
Joanna Pousette-Dart?3 Part Variation #1, 2010?Acrylic on canvas on wood panel?Installed 174 x 317.5 x 3.8 cm?Installed 68 1/2 x 125 x 1 1/2 in © Joanna Pousette-Dart. Courtesy Lisson Gallery

Additionally on show will be Ai Weiwei’s large-scale tree root, Level (2019), plus the artist’s Coca Cola Vase (2015); Anish Kapoor’s Oriental Blue and Black Mist satin mirror (2019); Rodney Graham’s Artist in Artists’ Bar, 1950s lightbox (2016); and Lee Ufan’s painting, Dialogue (2018).

Anish Kapoor?Oriental Blue and Black Mist satin, 2019?Aluminium and paint?220 x 220 x 47 cm?86 1/2 x 86 1/2 x 18 1/2 in © Anish Kapoor. Courtesy Lisson Gallery. Photography Dave Morgan.
Anish Kapoor?Oriental Blue and Black Mist satin, 2019?Aluminium and paint?220 x 220 x 47 cm?86 1/2 x 86 1/2 x 18 1/2 in © Anish Kapoor. Courtesy Lisson Gallery. Photography Dave Morgan.

Exhibiting artists: Joanna Pousette-Dart, Bernard Piffaretti, Christopher Le Brun, Mary Corse, Laure Prouvost, Stanley Whitney, John Akomfrah, Pedro Reyes, Art & Language, Allora & Calzadilla, Ai Weiwei, Lee Ufan, Anish Kapoor, Rodney Graham, Ryan Gander, Haroon Mirza, and Spencer Finch.

Horizon 6 October – 31 October 2020 Lisson Cork Street Schedule your visit HERE

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