Paintings. Drawings. Photos.
The catalogue to Zander Blom's first exhibition at Michael Stevenson introduces three new bodies of 'work in progress' - oil and graphite paintings on Belgian linen, ink and graphite drawings on paper, and The Black Hole Universe, the first two chapters in a new series of photographs, taken in São Paulo and Berlin. The catalogue includes an essay by Sean O'Toole, who describes much of Blom's work as a 'process-bound critical engagement (through reading, looking, experimentation, re-enactment, destruction) with the legacy of western modernism'.
Published by Michael Stevenson | Catalogue 54, October 2010
Softcover, 48 pages | Unavailable
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