Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow

Berlin and London in sculptural dialogue

Serpentine Gallery

8 May 2010 to 13 Jun 2010

Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow

The work of Berlin-based Nairy Baghramian and London-based Phyllida Barlow shares common sensibilities through its exploration of three-dimensional form, space and narrative.

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The exhibition, which created a dialogue between the work of these two fascinating sculptors for the first time, offered a new perspective on both artists, who, though strikingly different in their approach, each examine questions related to the context in which their works are shown while addressing the art-historical debate on the politics of form.

 

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Berlin and London in sculptural dialogue

Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow

Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow

Nairy Baghramian

2010
Klassentreffen (Class Reunion), 2008 (detail)
Installation view, Serpentine Gallery, London 2010

Courtesy of Heins Schürmann Collection, Herzogenrath

Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow

Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow

Nairy Baghramian

2010
Klassentreffen (Class Reunion) 2008 (detail)
Installation view, Serpentine Gallery, London (8 May—13 June 2010)

Courtesy of Heins Schürmann Collection, Herzogenrath

Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow

Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow

Nairy Baghramian

2010
Türstopper (Door Stopper) 2010
Installation view, Serpentine Gallery, London (8 May—13 June 2010)

Nairy Baghramian

Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow

Nairy Baghramian

2010
Londoner Türsteher (London Bouncer), 2010
Installation view, Serpentine Gallery, London (8 May—13 June 2010)
Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow 2010

Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow 2010

Nairy Baghramian and Phyllida Barlow

2010
Untitled: columns 2010
Phyllida Barlow installation view, Serpentine Gallery, London (8 May—13 June 2010)