At The Approach. The penny has dropped! Helen Appel’s #canvasdeposits are actually painted! In this show curated by Jack Lavender her work strongly portrays the theme of detritus in domestic settings.
Synaesthesia is the subject for Daria Martin at Maureen Paley Gallery. However she is interested in a stronger type called Mirror-touch Synaesthesia. People can actually feel a touch when they see it experienced by another.
Making my way back from the Approach. There were two cats boarding their ship at The Limehouse Basin.
Great imagery on the Hertford Union Canal on the way to Brick Lane.
The Hertford Union Canal gives a good access route to Brick Lane.
At Beigel Bake on Brick Lane.
Approach to Lisson Gallery from the Regent’s Canal.
Susan Hiller at Lisson Gallery.
Gordon Matta-Clark in the Maisons Fragiles group show at Hauser and Wirth gallery.
Fabio Mauri’s installation at Hauser and Wirth. You don’t want to walk into the space at first. These are wax models but you don’t know if there are living people amongst them.
John Hoyland’s painting at Pace London looks hot! A forged steel support in the gallery is in the foreground. During a previous show by Yto Barrada where ornate carpets were laid on the floor, the same columns looked like the supports of a mosque.
Luisa Lambri at Thomas Dane gallery. She photographed Lygia Clark’s hinged metal-plate artwork. It was interactive in it’s day and gallery visitors could shape it.