Laurence Kavanagh: “March”

11 May 2016 - 18 June 2016

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Marlborough Contemporary presents March, a solo exhibition of new works by Laurence Kavanagh.

Following his first exhibition with the gallery in 2014, this new body of work further develops Kavanagh’s ongoing Calendar Series, which will eventually consist of twelve interrelated sets of works, to represent each month of the Gregorian calendar.

Through a complex combination of different media such as sculpture, collage and photo-montage, the artist has engaged with the cinematic as a privileged ground of investigation for his practice.

For March, Kavanagh has worked in situ at the prestigious Curzon Mayfair cinema, taking casts from architectural details and rubbings of surfaces of the building, reworking them in the studio. By collecting these traces, Kavanagh is taking a lasting memory and impression of the building. Traces of the tiles covering the exterior of Curzon and casts from the cinema halls’ mirrors have been employed in this new body of works.

 

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Press Release

Exhibition Catalogue

Artist Info

 

Marlborough Contemporary presents March, a solo exhibition of new works by Laurence Kavanagh.

Following his first exhibition with the gallery in 2014, this new body of work further develops Kavanagh’s ongoing Calendar Series, which will eventually consist of twelve interrelated sets of works, to represent each month of the Gregorian calendar.

Through a complex combination of different media such as sculpture, collage and photo-montage, the artist has engaged with the cinematic as a privileged ground of investigation for his practice.

For March, Kavanagh has worked in situ at the prestigious Curzon Mayfair cinema, taking casts from architectural details and rubbings of surfaces of the building, reworking them in the studio. By collecting these traces, Kavanagh is taking a lasting memory and impression of the building. Traces of the tiles covering the exterior of Curzon and casts from the cinema halls’ mirrors have been employed in this new body of works.

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