Bettina Buck

German artist Bettina Buck’s first solo exhibition at the gallery opens 27.06.2008.

Using such diverse and commonplace materials as foam, carpet, latex and clay the artists’ recent sculptures oscillates between beauty and repulsion and structure and formlessness to create intimate, delicate moments of uncertainty.

An conversation between the artist and Vincent Honoré, curator of the David Roberts Art Foundation, London, is available to read on the website.

Axel Antas has new work included in Nowhere is here at The Drawing Room. The exhibition which also includes Nogah Engler, Franziska Furter, Reece Jones and Damien Roach, taps into the capacity of drawing to capture the contingent quality of the natural environment and our complex relationship with it.

Nowhere is here runs till 21.07.2008 at The Drawing Room, London.

Antas’ solo exhibition at Spacex, Structures for the Unseen runs till 12.07.2008. The exhibition consists of a new body of work including film, large scale drawings and a series of photographs alongside a selection of earlier works from Antas’ Intervention series.

Erica Eyres is currently included in a group exhibition NO BORDERS (JUST NEWS) at the Contemporary Art Center of Thessaloniki, State Museum of Contemporary Art, Greece. The exhibition gathers the works of twenty nine young artists from twenty two European countries and will close its tour in Lisbon later this year.
which inverts the truisms of the contemporary imagination.

Rokeby Gallery

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