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Matt Calderwood at Wilkinson

by Char Jansen
One of the most imposing of the galleries that line Vyner Street, Wilkinson is a masculine space, and , the first UK solo show of London-based artist Matt Calderwood is a masculine affair. Big, bold and monochrome, like the space it inhabits, there is nothing shy about this show.   Some of the declaimed aims of the exhibition are a tad grandiose; ironically, Calderwood’s exhibition is exactly a sum of its conceptual parts – borrowing ideas and aesthetic elements from Minimalism and... [more]
Posted by Char Jansen on 9/12/11

I Could Hit the Ceiling

by E-Slant Team
Wilkinson is pleased to announce the first UK solo show by Austrian artist, sculptor and video artist Fabian Seiz. The fragility and possibility of materials, and their interaction with space, provide a pervading tension within Seiz's practice. Constructing baffling objects to resemble clever, functioning machines, his forms nonetheless remain purposeless. They exist on the fuzzy border between object and sculpture, playing with the viewer's sense of perception and physicality and notions of... [more]
Posted by E-Slant Team on 12/15/08
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