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Harland Miller Imminent End, Rescheduled Eternally

Harland Miller, 2022, © Hugh Lambert
Harland Miller, 2022, © Hugh Lambert

Harland Miller opens a solo exhibition of new paintings at White Cube Bermondsey this week.

Whether using a single word or a phrase, a geometric or condensed typeface, these works attest to Miller’s deep-rooted engagement with the narrative, aural and typographical possibilities of language.

Harland Miller Promises 2022 Oil on canvas 297 x 196.6 cm | 116 15/16 x 77 3/8 in. © Harland Miller. Photo © White Cube (Theo Christelis)
Harland Miller Promises 2022 Oil on canvas 297 x 196.6 cm | 116 15/16 x 77 3/8 in. © Harland Miller. Photo © White Cube (Theo Christelis)

Miller has said that ‘the subject of and for my work over the last twenty years has been writing in all its forms and associations – both in terms of writing itself and a love of words – and books, that actual physical form in which written narrative, ideas and theory most commonly appear.’

Harland Miller Compared to Everything Nothing Matters 2022 Oil on canvas 264 x 183 cm | 103 15/16 x 72 1/16 in. © Harland Miller. Photo © White Cube (Theo Christelis
Harland Miller Compared to Everything Nothing Matters 2022 Oil on canvas 264 x 183 cm | 103 15/16 x 72 1/16 in. © Harland Miller. Photo © White Cube (Theo Christelis)

The exhibition coincides with the release of a revised and expanded edition of In Shadows I Boogie, Phaidon’s major monograph dedicated to the artist.

Harland Miller Imminent End, Rescheduled Eternally
Harland Miller Problems 2022 300 x 196 cm | 118 1/8 x 77 3/16 in. © Harland Miller. Photo © White Cube (Ollie Hammick)
Harland Miller Problems 2022 300 x 196 cm | 118 1/8 x 77 3/16 in. © Harland Miller. Photo © White Cube (Ollie Hammick)

Harland Miller, Imminent End, Rescheduled Eternally, 16th November 2022 – 22nd January 2023
White Cube Bermondsey

About the artist

Harland Miller was born in Yorkshire, UK in 1964 and lives and works in London. Solo exhibitions include York Art Gallery, UK (2020); Palacio Quintanar, Segovia (2015) and BALTIC Centre for Contemporary Art, Gateshead, UK (2009). Group exhibitions include Somerset House, London (2016); ‘Sculpture in the Close’, Jesus College, Cambridge, UK (2013); ‘Summer Exhibition’, Royal Academy of Arts, London (2005, 2006, 2007); Kunsthalle Mannheim, Germany (2004); and Institute of Contemporary Arts, London (1996). In 2008, Miller curated the group show ‘You Dig The Tunnel, I’ll Hide The Soil’ at White Cube and Shoreditch Town Hall, London.

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