Birds, Roombas, natural sculptures, jigsaws, migrants, a Youtube tutorial and cow horns.
Bloody bodies, bumblebees for teeth, blue light, shattered bells, wallpaper landscapes and buried secrets.
Not every interesting show is at a ‘hot’ gallery. The current shows at Waterhouse & Dodd, better known for their secondary market activity, and Long & Ryle, who have a somewhat conservative roster, are cases in point.
A landscape painter who uses wallpaper as his medium
An exhibition and auction curated in aid of the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture Reception and Auction Friday 20th November
Triple Pop by Gavin Turk, 2009, Silkscreen on paper, 70 x 100 cm Private view: Wednesday 4th November 6 –… Read More