Confines

Confines brings together the work of Berlin-based photographer Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili and Poznań-based painter Jakub Czyszczoń. Repurposed plastic and uneasy borders crop up in both artists‘ work. Czyszczoń’s new paintings and Alexi-Meskhishvili’s recent photographs and patchwork quilt reflect on boundaries, thresholds and margins as they compress traces of ornament into a pared down abstraction. Ketuta Alexi-Meskhishvili…

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A small thing edgily

Prunella Clough (*1919-1999, London) set out to “say a small thing edgily,” an approach to painting that guided her practice, from her figurative representations of ports, lorries and pockets of industrial wasteland in mid 20th-century England to her decisive shift to abstraction in the early 1960s. This exhibition at June, the first presentation of Clough’s…

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Stasis

Constantin Brâncuși was after transcendence, his practice a lofty play with form and essence. Margaret Honda’s formal investigations in film, photography and sculpture also strip material and artmaking bare via reduced and deceptively simple inquiries. Like how steady is the relationship between a photograph and a fixed moment in time? What if it tracked real…

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