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Sep 22 - Nov 11, 2017
Daniel Buren has pursued an uncompromising site-specific style since the 1960s, choosing to make work in situ and in response to a particular location. While his ubiquitous 8.7cm wide vertical stripe, used as a ‘visual tool’ to prompt a reading of the work’s surroundings rather than just the work itself, remains a recognisable and intrinsic element of Buren’s practice, his more recent works are notable for developments in terms of architecture and form. Following his presentation of 'Hauts-Reliefs, situated works' at Lisson Gallery in 2007, Buren’s latest exhibition ‘PILE UP: High reliefs. Situated Works’ debuts a number of wall-based structures, all of which highlight the complex process behind the artist’s practice.
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Click to enlargeMARY CORSE
May 11 - Jun 23, 2018 FINAL WEEK
Over more than fifty years, Mary Corse has built a practice that occupies an independent space at the intersection of Minimalism, Abstract Expressionism and scientific inquiry. While light is a major theme of her work, Corse’s paintings embody light rather than merely representing it. Her primary focus lies in perception – how conditions and materials influence our subjective experience, and how the viewer’s movement and position alter our understanding of her work moment by moment. For her first exhibition at Lisson Gallery, Corse will present a selection of pieces from multiple bodies of work that provide insight into her rich practice.

Jul 4 - Aug 18, 2018
Private view Tue Jul 3 6pm - 8pm
Christopher Le Brun’s first exhibition with Lisson Gallery features a new series of abstractions created over the past two years, culminating in a number of large-scale paintings, some light in touch and some involving dense accretions of colour and gesture. These works represent a singularly rich moment in his 40-year career. Le Brun has been a celebrated British artist since the early 1980s; he has also been an instrumental public figure in his role since 2011 as President of the Royal Academy of Arts in London, which celebrates its 250th anniversary this year.
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