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DANIEL BUREN
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 enlargeRYAN GANDER
Mar 2 - Apr 21, 2018
Private view Thu Mar 1 6pm - 8pm
Ryan Gander’s complex yet playful practice is characterized by allusion, where focal points are teasingly hidden and meaning is subtly implied. Stimulated by existential queries and investigations into what-ifs, each one
of his artworks acts as a vessel to tell a new story. His latest exhibition with Lisson Gallery, titled ‘The Self Righting of All Things,’ will feature new site- speci c installations that draw on notions of time, balance and instability. A conversation will take place on 14 April in London between Gander and Gábor Domokos, the Hungarian mathematician and engineer best known for his 2006 discovery of gömböc, a class of three-dimensional convex bodies that have one stable and one unstable point of balance.

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