With Sculptors in Mind: Sculptors’ Prints at Alan Cristea Gallery brings together works on paper by nine sculptors. The prints on display, across both gallery spaces, explore the interplay between the two-dimensional and three-dimensional, and include works that directly reference sculpture, or explore the physical process of making a print. All these artists are best known for their sculpture and their approach to printmaking is unique: it’s physical, it’s tactile, it’s about process and material, object as well as image.
With Sculptors in Mind: Sculptors’ Prints, Alan Cristea Gallery, London
Gordon Cheung Breaking Tulips Alan Cristea Gallery
A disdain and distrust for the futures-style trading which led to, arguably, the first recorded speculative bubble and subsequent crash, provides the nucleus for Gordon Cheung’s Breaking Tulips at Alan Cristea Gallery in London.
Smithsonian American Art Museum, Washington DC, offers an incredibly idiosyncratic installation – a trip down Do Ho Suh’s memory lane.