This first European retrospective presents more than 30 years of Lorna Simpson's work across the mediums of photography, film, video, and drawing. Born in Brooklyn, New York, Simpson became well-known in the mid-1980s for her conceptually rigorous and language driven large-scale works.
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onlyyou exhibition view at BALTIC
Carlos Capelán playfully explores issues of self, ego and identity in a series of new works. Capelán utilises a variety of media, including wall drawing, video, photography, sculpture and
onlyyou reflects on the aspirations and realities of shared intimate lives. With a wry humour the artist comments on romance versus the ‘rough and tumble’ of family life. He works with unconventional materials: from wine to fizzy drinks and from carved stone plinths to found objects such as nail clippings from feet and hands. Each work suggests an emotional warmth rather than a critical coldness, enabling the viewer to readily empathise with Capelán’s gentle exposure of life.
onlyyou was commissioned by BildMuseet, Sweden.
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