A Retrospective at the Tate Britain
Abstract Drawing at the Drawing Room curated by Richard Deacon
‘The way that I work, seems to be to start, if not from nothing, from minimal conditions. 893 more words
My girlfriend pointed me at Eva Hesse. She was a sculptured who worked with unconventional materials such as rubber, plastic and fiberglass.
Her sculptures are amazing hybrids between artificiality (materials, repetition, human construction) and the natural (imperfections, rawness, texture). 8 more words
Showing your work as an artist – especially emerging as I am – involves a certain degree of risk. Part of the process of becoming an artist is getting used to show your work, and getting used to receiving feedback, whatever it is going to be, including silence. 578 more words