FRANCESCO CLEMENTE Self-Portrait Watercolours and Pantheon
MAY 2006 - AUGUST 2006
In Francesco Clemente’s installation, thirty-two jewel-like watercoloured self-portraits face a dramatic new painting called Pantheon, the largest single canvas the artist has ever made.
KIKI SMITH On and About
OCTOBER 2005 - NOVEMBER 2005
Kiki Smith presents sculptures in bronze, iron, and porcelain, as an homage to the female spirit, as well as drawings beautifully rendered in pencil and coloured with the artist’s blood.
MANFREDI BENINATI Rescued Pictures
MAY 2005 - AUGUST 2005
Manfredi Beninati’s work hangs in a delicate balance between sweetness and disconcertion, referring both to children's toys and to the sculpture of 19th century Italian artist Medardo Rosso.
RICHARD LONG New Works
APRIL 2005 - MAY 2005
Richard Long’s sculptures are made from the stones that pave Roman streets – “sampietrini” – as well as rose-colored stone from Puglia, along with photographs of landscapes that document the artist’s presence in nature.
SAM TAYLOR-JOHNSON Sex and Death and a Few Trees
JANUARY 2005 - MARCH 2005
Sam Taylor-Wood introduces a series of large photographs: Self Portrait Suspended and a series of small lightboxes: The Passion Cycle.