Jake & Dinos Chapman
Rebecca Johnson Marshall
Cathy de Monchaux
Bob & Roberta Smith
For the second project "V22 Presents" have invited 5 artist curators to select works that engage with current developments and critiques in contemporary Sculpture. The archaic term Sculpture can no longer contain the multiple directions and potentials that artists have attributed to it throughout its history. The exhibition is an opportunity to engage with the diverse potentials that have come to encapsulate and exist within the definition Sculpture.
V22 PRESENTS is a series of projects produced in collaboration with artists, curators and art organisations in a variety of venues around London. V22 PRESENTS decided to explore the modes of thought and production in sculpture. To open a dialogue we put to five artists - Shahin Afrassiabi, Sam Basu, Simon Bill, Cedric Christie, Fergal Stapleton - the following:
For the second project V22 PRESENTS have invited 5 artist curators to select works that engage with current developments and critiques in contemporary Sculpture. The archaic term Sculpture can no longer contain the multiple directions and potentials that artists have attributed to it throughout its history.
Through bringing together diverse approaches and understanding from international artists, groups and projects V22 PRESENTS: The Sculpture Show is an opportunity to engage with the diverse potentials that have come to encapsulate, and exist within, the definition Sculpture.
AESD: Agency for Economy and Space Development: Maziar Afrassiabi, Shahin Afrassiabi, Sam Basu, John Colenbrander, with thanks to Julian Meinold and Piers O'Hanlon, NIS: New International School: Matthew Stock Treignac Projet: Sam Basu, Elizabeth Murray.
Phyllida Barlow, Tom Burr, Anne Damer, Karin Ruggaber, Audrey Reynolds, Fergal Stapleton, Brian Wall, Martin Westwood.
Karen Ay, Vanya Balogh, Fiona Banner, Richard Bartle, David Batchelor, Rob Beckett, Simon Bill, Hartmut Bohm, Jake & Dinos Chapman, Cedric Christie, Steve Claydon, Clem Crosby, Cullinan+Richards, Penelope Curtis, Arnaud Desjardin, Valerie Driscoll, Richard Ducker, Garth Evans, Urs Fischer, FREEE ( Dave Beech, Andy Hewitt & Mel Jordan), John Gibbons, Tom Gidley, Paul Gildea, Katherine Gili, Andrea Giulivi, Stewart Gough, Naum Gabo, Robin Greenwood, Brian Griffiths, Zoe Griffiths, Nicola Hicks, Peter Hide, Flore Nove-Josserand, Helene Kazan, Michael Kidner, Philip King, Simon Liddiment, Ed Lipski, Colin Lowe, Sarah Lucas, Christina Mackie, Rebecca Johnson Marshall, Bruce McLean, Haroon Mirza, Cathy de Monchaux, Henry Moore, Zadoc Nava, Paul Neagu, Lawson Oyekan, Eduardo Paolozzi, Nicholas Pope, Richard Priestley, Michael Sandle, Paul Sakoilsky, Celia Scott, Dallas Seitz, Meg Shirayama, Jane Simpson, Anthony Smart, Bob & Roberta Smith, Richard Smith, Steve Smith, Sarah Staton, Dan Stevens, Simon Stringer, Michael Stubbs, Gavin Turk, Jessica Voorsanger, Gary Webb, Richard Wentworth, Keith Wilson, Mark Woods, Richard Woods, Lars Wolter, Christian Wulffen.
For further details please contact:
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Public Preview 25 April 2009 6 – 8pm
The Almond Building
Drummond Road, Bermondsey - London
Wed - Sun 12 - 6 pm