Lisson Gallery

Selected works in London

8 December 2020 – 12 January 2021

Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork
Selected works in London artwork

Lisson Gallery presents a selection of important work from its roster of artists, including both recent and historic drawing, painting and sculpture.

The presentation features Art & Language's Picasso’s Guernica (in the Style of Jackson Pollock, Essay II) (1980/2018); a large-scale sculpture by Richard Long entitled Time and Space (2015); Hélio Oiticica's gouache on cardboard, Untitled (1958); Ai Weiwei's Coloured Vases (2014); and a new floor-based sculpture entitled I can not yet even describe it to myself (2020) by Ryan Gander.  

The exhibition will also feature two recent bronze sculptures by Tony Cragg; new work by Julian Opie; Channa Horwitz's Noisy 1/4 (c.1998); two oil on canvases from Christian Jankowski's Neue Malerei seriesand Jonathan Monk's Exhibit Model Detail with Additional Information VIII (2020); alongside new paintings by Anish KapoorShirazeh HoushiaryJason Martin, Christopher Le Brun and Lee Ufan

Image: detail of Art & Language, Picasso’s Guernica (in the Style of Jackson Pollock, Essay II) (1980/2018), Indian ink and laser printed text on Teslin

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