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Sculpture in the Close 2017:

Untitled: Stacked Chairs – Phyllida Barlow

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Sculpture in the Close 2017 – the 15th exhibition of contemporary artworks held in the grounds of Jesus College Cambridge. Work by 9 artists including Phyllida Barlow, Mona Hatoum, Louise Bourgeois, Rachel Whiteread, Cornelia Parker and Alison Wilding. Some I’m familiar with – Phyllida Barlow currently showing at the British Pavillion of the Venice Biennale and the first Hepworth Sculpture Prize last year; Mona Hatoum at White Cube; Cornelia Parker general election artist; Rachel Whiteread ahead of her Tate Britain retrospective this September; and the enduring influence of Louise Bourgeoise. Other artists and their work less so – Agnes Thurnauer, Alison Wilding, Kim Lin, Shirazeh Houshiary. As always, a great capsule collection of contemporary artists on show until 17th September.
See examples from Sculpture in the Close 2015

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Untitled: Megaphone – Phyllida Barlow

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Bunker – Mona Hatoum

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Eyebenches – Louise Bourgeois

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Matrices – Agnes Thurnauer

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Puddle – Cornelia Parker

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Untitled – Rachel Whiteread

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Aftermath – Alison Wilding

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Posted: July 1st, 2017
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