Serpentine South Gallery 20 Jul — 29 Aug 1994 Free

This exhibition presented a selection of work by Helen Chadwick, one of Britain’s most prominent and provocative artists.

This exhibition presented a selection of work by Helen Chadwick, one of Britain’s most prominent and provocative artists. Staged just two years before her untimely death, the exhibition explored Chadwick’s work from the previous five years, including Cacao, a large bubbling chocolate fountain, specially made for the Serpentine Gallery.

The exhibition also included Piss Flowers (1991), perhaps Chadwick’s most infamous work, consisting of 12 bronze castings of urine-melted snow, produced during a three-week residency in Canada.

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