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Sheila Hicks

Bielefeld . 2013

Bielefeld . 2013

+ Centre Pompidou

Since the late 1950s, Sheila Hicks has been producing work exceptionally difficult to categorise. Knotting, wrapping, folding, twisting and stacking wool, linen and cotton: these are only some of the techniques and materials that have seen her undermine conventional artistic categories and their hierarchical relationships. Continue reading Sheila Hicks

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Anna Conway

Devotion . 2015

Devotion . 2015

+ Fergus McCaffrey

Conway is a painter of extraordinary precision who challenges herself to present the diverse and often contradictory emotional geography of urban and rural North America. Her landscapes and interiors are both familiar and otherworldly, a rendering of physical locations as well as psychological states of mind. In these imagined scenes, the idealism and determination of the American dream, and the rugged beauty of the land, come up against a flinty, unyielding, manmade harshness.
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Noël Dolla

restructuration spatiale n° 5 . 1980

Noël Dolla . restructuration spatiale n° 5 . 1980 (1)

+ mamac

On the pebble beach below the Promenade des Anglais, Noël Dolla has three craters dug, each measuring thirty meters in diameter and a meter and a half deep. The circles extend from the shore to the seawall. Continue reading Noël Dolla