Gagosian | Grosvenor Hill
Established by Larry Gagosian in 1980, Gagosian is a global gallery specializing in modern and contemporary art with seventeen exhibition spaces across the United States, Europe, and Asia. Gagosian first opened in London in 2000 with a Caruso St John–designed gallery near Piccadilly. The gallery currently has three locations in London—one in King’s Cross on Britannia Street and two in Mayfair on Grosvenor Hill and Davies Street.
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Rachel Whiteread: Internal Objects12 April - 06 June 2021As an artist you create a language, you create depth to a language, you change the language. -Rachel Whiteread Gagosian is pleased to present Internal Objects, an exhibition of new work by Rachel Whiteread. Whiteread employs the formal language of Minimalism, taking cues from its emphasis on geometric seriality, yet adds a quietly emotive aspect, maintaining an acute sensitivity to objects' minor details and subtle markers of use and human irregularity. Over the past four decades, she has used the method of casting on both 'low' materials such as concrete, resin, rubber, and plaster, as well as more traditional sculptural materials, such as bronze. Whether they take the form of monumental public installations or small, intimate objects, Whiteread's forms imply hidden narratives and secret histories. She employs existing artifacts and spaces-including domestic objects like chairs and mattresses, interiors of rooms, and even, famously, an entire terraced house-to evoke and explore...