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Martin Creed to open new show at Hauser & Wirth DTLA

Martin Creed will open a new exhibition on October 27th at Hauser & Wirth Los Angeles.

Portrait of Martin Creed
Portrait of Martin Creed © Martin Creed. All Rights Reserved, DACS 2022 Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth Photo: Hugo Glendinning

‘Martin Creed, Turner prize-winning artist performer composer ‘Punk poet’ (The Guardian) warm-hearted heart-warming head-scratching hair-combing talk songs cabaret feelings spoken-word anti-war love jokes tricks friendly ‘Creed is a social artist’ (The Observer) loneliness experimental piano juggling clothes including socks ideas thoughts bums spelling mistakes hard-hitting easy-going.’

In Performance: Martin Creed LIFE IS SOFT

In conjunction with the exhibition on Saturday, October, 29th you will be able to join Martin for the Los Angeles debut of his award-winning performance LIFE IS SOFT, following its success at The Edinburgh Festival Fringe and Southwark Park Galleries. There will be two performances, one at 2pm and one at 8pm – you can sign up here for free tickets.

Martin Creed Life Is Short 27th October – 30th December Hauser & Wirth DTLA

About the artist

Martin Creed (born 21st October 1968) is a British artist, composer and performer. He won the Turner Prize in 2001 for exhibitions during the preceding year, with the jury praising his audacity for exhibiting a single installation, Work No. 227: The lights going on and off, in the Turner Prize show. Creed lives and works in London. martincreed.com



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