Keith Arnatt has occupied a key position in the history of British conceptual art for almost 50 years. Absence of the Artist, Arnatt’s second exhibition with Sprüth Magers and his first in the London gallery, brings together a range of important work conceived between 1967-72, key years when Arnatt made Self-Burial (1969), Portrait of the Artist as a Shadow of his Former Self (1969-72) as well as The Absence of the Artist (1968). From 1 September.
Keith Arnatt, Absence of the Artist, Sprüth Magers, London
Thomas Demand, Latent Forms, Sprueth Magers, London
Over the past two years, Thomas Demand has spent many hours in the Tokyo offices of renowned architects Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa.
Review: Keith Arnatt at Sprüth Magers, London
We review Keith Arnatt’s recent show at Sprüth Magers, London, entitled Absence of the Artist, which demonstrates Arnatt’s initial alignment with the Conceptual Art movement of the mid to late 1960s.