FRIEZE LONDON 2021 - Stand C13

OCTOBER 2021 - OCTOBER 2021
Galleria Lorcan O'Neill presents works by Domenico Bianchi, Tracey Emin, Giorgio Griffa, Gianni Politi, Rachel Whiteread
GALLERIA LORCAN O'NEILL in LONDON

OCTOBER 2020 - OCTOBER 2020
Galleria Lorcan O’Neill presents two exhibitions at 14 Hay Hill, Mayfair, for the month of October 2020. The first exhibition Fate & Luck, opens Thursday 1 October. It includes work by Tracey Emin, Richard Long, Gianni Politi, Rachel Whiteread, and Domenico Bianchi, all of which are connected in their exploration of the theme of life and fate. The second exhibition Giorgio Griffa 1968, opens Tuesday 13 October.

 

PIETRO RUFFO
MAREMOTO
FEBRUARY 2020 - JULY 2020
Pietro Ruffo presents  MAREMOTO - Tidal Wave, his fourth exhibition at Galleria Lorcan O’Neill. Ruffo explores themes such as liberty, democracy, war, commerce, colonialism;  he delves into anthropology, philosophy, and political history.  For this show he has created monumental wall-installations in hand-painted blue and white ceramic tiles. These works use the idea of water – the most spectacular identifier of our planet, blue with water – in all its complexity: a geographical boundary, a source of food and wealth, an abused and polluted habitat, a protector, a destroyer, the source of all life.
TRACEY EMIN
LEAVING
SEPTEMBER 2019 - DECEMBER 2019
The title of this exhibition – Leaving – confronts the complexity of significant life changes: it can be read as a shift in consciousness, a withdrawal to the intimacy of reflection and memory; it can also indicate a move from one place to another, the intensity of bidding one’s farewell, and the exciting feeling of a new beginning. 
RICHARD LONG
Fate and Luck
MAY 2019 - JULY 2019

Richard Long (Bristol, 1945) is one of the most prominent artists of a generation that revolutionized sculptural practice in the 1970s. By the simple act of walking in the landscape, he combined aspects of minimalism, conceptualism and Arte Povera as a way to articulate ideas about time, space and man’s relationship to nature.

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