Richard Serra at the Gagosian

‘I’m involved with the evolution of form.’ Richard Serra, in conversation with Michael Craig-Martin, the Guardian,1st October 2016. At the end of 2008, only a few months after we’d met, both halves of the modern eccentrics went to see an awe-inspiring show at the Gagosian on Britannia Street. It was the first time I’d encountered…

Bowie/Collector – Sotheby’s Preview Exhibition

On his 69th birthday, on the 8th of January this year, David Bowie released the album ‘Blackstar’. I bought it immediately and spent the weekend listening to it. I thought it a strange and beautiful work, ambitious, experimental and intriguing. And then days later he was dead and the album was suddenly reassessed by the…

Walter De Maria at the Gagosian

How minimalist or conceptual do the British public like their art? I would say not very, judging but the lack of crowds at the Walter De Maria retrospective at the Gagosian Gallery, Britannia Street. This is De Maria’s first solo show in the UK and it spans work from across from the early 70s till…

In Search of the Absolute – Alberto Giacometti and Yves Klein

Pairing seemingly disparate artists together can often highlight similarities that may not seem immediately obvious. This interaction often produces exciting exhibitions, such as the recent Gagosian (Britannia Street) Show ‘AVEDON WARHOL’. These two artists had never been shown before, even though they worked in the same city at the same time, mainly in the field…