AboutBritish artist Andrew Lord (b. 1950) explores sculptural and pictorial concerns through clay, plaster, beeswax, bronze, drawing, printmaking and video. This exhibition charts the development of his thirty year career, from observations of nature and citations of modern art to casts from the body and the use of memory as a sculptural tool. This partial survey includes notebooks from the 1970s onwards alongside examples from key phases in the artist's practice as well as new work.
The artist's first comprehensive monograph will be available from 12 October. It includes contributions by art historian Dawn Ades and James Rondeau, Curator at the Art Institute of Chicago, and has been produced in collaboration with Santa Monica Museum of Art.
Project funded by:
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, The Henry Moore Foundation and the Stanley Thomas Johnson Foundation. With additional support from Gladstone Gallery, New York, Galerie Eva Presenhuber, Zurich, Donald Young Gallery, Chicago, and the Exhibition Circle of Friends.