Serpentine South Gallery 8 May — 13 Jun 2010 Free

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.

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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