Sunday, 30 May 2010
Exquisite Corpse at the Core Gallery
I should have said something about this a while ago. A couple of weeks ago I went to the Launch Exhibition of a new gallery space in Deptford with the Curator Matt Roberts. He had been invited to group curate the opening exhibition Exquisite Corpse by Nick Kaplony. 11 curators had to select a piece of work for the exhibition based on the piece chosen by the previous curator, making a chain of works.
Wilderness, Core's current exhibition runs until the 4th June 2010.
Showing work by Rosalind Davis, Enver Gursev and Neil Kelly.....
"Davis, Gursev & Kelly’s works each interpret notions of seemingly abandoned spaces. The results depict urban and dystopianscenes, as if in the wake of apocalypse. Brought together, these artists each interpret wilderness as a mindstate, a physical place, and - most importantly - a melancholic and poetic space ripe with creativity. Wilderness is a show not to be missed, with new works on display from each of the artists."
[Amber S. V. Ablett]