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Review: Danh Vō at White Cube, Hong Kong

What do demonic possession, Pleistocene mammoth bones, a crusader sword and a Budweiser carton box have in common? On first appearances, nothing at all. By installing them across two floors in White Cube Gallery, Vietnamese-Danish artist Danh Vō seems to be playing a practical joke on his audience. 532 mots de plus


Antony Gormley @ White Cube

Antony Gormley’s Fit exhibition at White Cube Bermondsey is a little like a giant jigsaw puzzle that hasn’t quite managed to be put together into one complete image. 476 mots de plus


Heavy metal from Serra and Gormley

Two great shows on at the moment.  Richard Serra at Gagosian Gallery and Anthony Gormley at the White Cube.   Serra’s NJ-2 is a great big lump of metal which from the outside gives you no idea of the labyrinth inside.  175 mots de plus

Art Exhibitions

Navigating Anthony Gormley’s Fit with a trail-blazing 3 year old

White Cube probably isn’t at the top of most family’s go-to list of galleries. Tucked away in a courtyard on trendy Bermondsey Street, this Aladdin’s Cave of an exhibition space has made its name presenting innovative contemporary art, recently showcasing work by British artists such as Gilbert and George and Tracie Emin, as well as major retrospectives by other world-class international artists. 694 mots de plus


A Conversation with Danh Vō

Published on ocula, October 2016

Artist Danh Vō brings together fragments—pieces of his life, and of history—to tell stories. He places these objects and works in exhibition spaces with the restraint of a Zen master, creating layers, pauses, and silences between statements. 1 909 mots de plus


Gallery run 30th September

Art Povera with Marisa Merz and Jannis Kounellis and global trade, politics and migration with Yinka Shonibare, Akram Zaatari and Mike Kelley.

Yinka Shonibare at Stephen Friedman with cosmic statues and a move away from his fabric motifs. 123 mots de plus

White Cube

Antony Gormley exhibition at the White Cube

ART REVIEWS: Antony Gormley is more widely known as the #sculptor of the Angel of the North. The private view for his FIT #exhibition reveals his concerns about London’s ever-increasing tower block living space. 9 mots de plus