The four large-scale, cast bronze sculptures that make up Blind Portraits are part of a series of works that the artist first began work on in 2008.
It remains on view until November 28.
Featuring a range of her life-sized fashion art sculptures, Wire and Light is visual poetry of delicate ‘lace’ and flowing ‘fabric’ meticulously constructed from twisted wire and beads.
The new series of sculptures is seen to follow the same vein as the artist's early realistic sculptures, "Mao Suits" (1993), "Artificial Rock" (1995-ongoing) and "Flowers in the Mirror" (2004-2005).
“Building a unique relationship between the artwork and the space it inhabits” – was a critical element for the exhibition “The Black Dwarf: Part I”, its use of the exhibition space could even be considered as “destructive”, which provided a unique yet powerful experience for the last exhibition of Star Gallery...
The exhibition aims to provide a comprehensive and coherent image of Bjørn Nørgaard’s art from the 1960s to the present day. It spans from his early sculptures, installations, graphic works, performances and film through the major amount of works in public spaces...
The exhibition presents eight artists producing artworks of diverse medium, this includes three mixed media installation, eight painting on paper, a set of film drawing, video and a free-standing wooden sculpture.
To be a sculptor, especially these days, she believes one must have a varied background in reserve as well as insight, apart from having an unwavering concept of his or her own personal values.
This constant cycle of transmigration fixes on something, and the void without beginning or end is the basis and axis of our world, running through all time and space and defining all we call eternal.