Taking the thematically related show corners, barriers and corridors in fluorescent light from Dan Flavin (which was presented by the artist at the Saint Louis Art Museum in 1973) as a point of departure, the exhibition at David Zwirner examines how Dan Flavin established and redefined space through light constructions in three formats that were at the core of his practice. The artist’s corner, barrier and corridor works explicitly implicate their surrounding architecture while physically mediating the viewers’ experience and perception of space.
Dan Flavin, Corners, Barriers and Corridors, David Zwirner, New York
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Dan Flavin, It is what it is and it ain’t nothing else, Ikon Gallery
Ikon Gallery, Birmingham, hosts a major exhibition of fluorescent light works by Dan Flavin, one of the most important post-war American artists.