Pearl Lam Galleries, Hong Kong, presents the first solo exhibition of works by Leonardo Drew in Asia, running until 31 December. The show is comprised of 13 new works by the Brooklyn-based American artist, which sees the introduction of applied colour in his practice for the first time. Many of Drew’s works are made of natural materials, including wood, rusted iron, cotton, and paper. Drawn from historical evidence, the resulting abstract sculptural compositions are an emotional reflection on the cyclical nature of existence, the human condition, and the connectivity of all things.
Leonardo Drew, Pearl Lam Galleries, Hong Kong
The role of artists in representing contemporary conflict and the global response to 9/11 is examined at Imperial War Museum, London.
Interview with British artist Georgia Rose Murrary
Georgia Rose Murray uses the subconscious to form coherent narratives for paintings. She clarifies its messages by analysing and depicting them in conjunction with her subjective experiences, through the act of painting.