Two at the Serpentine Gallery

Michael Craig-Martin, Serpentine Gallery, until 14th February 2016

MICHAEL CRAIG-MARTIN: TRANSIENCE; INSTALLATION VIEW; SERPENTINE GALLERY, 25 NOVEMBER 2015 - 14 FEBRUARY 2016 PHOTOGRAPH © 2015 JERRY HARDMAN-JONES

MICHAEL CRAIG-MARTIN: TRANSIENCE; INSTALLATION VIEW; SERPENTINE GALLERY, 25 NOVEMBER 2015 – 14 FEBRUARY 2016 PHOTOGRAPH © 2015 JERRY HARDMAN-JONES

It is hard to believe that this is the first showing of Craig-Martin’s work in a public gallery since 1989, still most will agree that it has been worth the wait.  His way of capturing changing times through strong representations of the passage of technology remains potent and powerful as well as thought provoking.

MICHAEL CRAIG-MARTIN: TRANSIENCE; INSTALLATION VIEW; SERPENTINE GALLERY, 25 NOVEMBER 2015 - 14 FEBRUARY 2016 PHOTOGRAPH © 2015 JERRY HARDMAN-JONES

MICHAEL CRAIG-MARTIN: TRANSIENCE; INSTALLATION VIEW; SERPENTINE GALLERY, 25 NOVEMBER 2015 – 14 FEBRUARY 2016 PHOTOGRAPH © 2015 JERRY HARDMAN-JONES

 

Simon Denny: Products For Organising, Serpentine Sackler Gallery, until 14th February 2016

SIMON DENNY: PRODUCTS FOR ORGANISING; INSTALLATION VIEW; SERPENTINE SACKLER GALLERY, 25 NOVEMBER 2015 - 14 FEBRUARY 2016; PHOTOGRAPH © 2015 readsreads.info

SIMON DENNY: PRODUCTS FOR ORGANISING; INSTALLATION VIEW; SERPENTINE SACKLER GALLERY, 25 NOVEMBER 2015 – 14 FEBRUARY 2016; PHOTOGRAPH © 2015 readsreads.info

This is this New Zealand- born artist’s first London solo exhibition. His engrossing installations examine the more radical management practices used today by also looking at the more historical ‘hacker organizational forms’ which could arguably have been said to be a part of their inspiration.

SIMON DENNY: PRODUCTS FOR ORGANISING; INSTALLATION VIEW; SERPENTINE SACKLER GALLERY, 25 NOVEMBER 2015 - 14 FEBRUARY 2016; PHOTOGRAPH © 2015 readsreads.info

SIMON DENNY: PRODUCTS FOR ORGANISING; INSTALLATION VIEW; SERPENTINE SACKLER GALLERY, 25 NOVEMBER 2015 – 14 FEBRUARY 2016; PHOTOGRAPH © 2015 readsreads.info

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