• Installation view of Phyllida Barlow RA cul-de-sac, Royal Academy of Arts, showing untitled: canvasracks; 2018-2019 Artwork: Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. © Phyllida Barlow Photo: © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photography: David Parry
  • Installation view of Phyllida Barlow RA cul-de-sac, Royal Academy of Arts, showing untitled: lintelshadow; 2018-2019 (foreground) and untitled: canvasracks; 2018-2019 (background) Artwork: Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. © Phyllida Barlow Photo: © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photography: David Parry
  • Installation view of Phyllida Barlow RA cul-de-sac, Royal Academy of Arts, showing untitled: lintelshadow; 2018-2019 in the foreground Artwork: Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. © Phyllida Barlow Photo: © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photography: David Parry
  • Installation view of Phyllida Barlow RA cul-de-sac, Royal Academy of Arts, showing untitled: shadowplatform; 2018–2019 Artwork: Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. © Phyllida Barlow Photo: © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photography: David Parry
  • Installation view of Phyllida Barlow RA cul-de-sac, Royal Academy of Arts Artwork: Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. © Phyllida Barlow Photo: © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photography: David Parry
  • untitled: stack; 2019 by Phyllida Barlow, displayed at the Royal Academy of Arts, London, during the run of the exhibition Phyllida Barlow RA cul-de-sac, 23 February – 23 June 2019 Artwork: Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. © Phyllida Barlow Photo: © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photography: David Parry
  • Portrait of Phyllida Barlow RA in her exhibition cul-de-sac at the Royal Academy of Arts Artwork: Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth. © Phyllida Barlow Photo: © Royal Academy of Arts, London. Photography: David Parry
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Phyllida Barlow, Cul-de-sac

News - 20/03/2019

From February 23 to June 23, 2019, British artist Phyllida Barlow will present a series of new works in the Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler Galleries of the Royal Academy of Arts (London). The title of the exhibition echoes the exhibition spaces: three adjoining galleries which end in a cul-de-sac, a dead-end that forces visitors to turn around in order to exit. This “guided” stroll greatly intrigues the artist who sees here the possibility of taking a new look at the works. Phyllida Barlow’s often monumental sculptural interventions reinvent the narration of the spaces they occupy and question a past temporality through the use of humble materials such as cardboard or plaster, which evoke ruins and almost forgotten places.

Phyllida Barlow, Cul-de-Sac
The Gabrielle Jungels-Winkler GalleriesRoyal Academy of Arts, London
Open daily from 10am to 6pm
Thursdays from 10am to 10pm

Teaser du documentaire à venir sur la production de l’exposition Cul-de-sac. Filmé à Londres pendant quatre mois.

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