ollowing a series of critically-acclaimed international solo shows, performances and installations this year and his residence in Edinburgh this summer, Martin Creed returns to London with a major exhibition at Hauser & Wirth’s new Savile Row gallery. Creed will present a monumental new sculpture in the north gallery and works across a variety of media in the south gallery. Creed will also release a single and video.
In recent years Creed has worked on music, dance, writing, sculpture and painting: pieces ranging from compositions for symphony orchestra and music for elevators to architectural commissions, public monuments and dance and performances which combine classical ballet with talk, music, film and animation.
Creed’s work is all-encompassing and seems to seek both to reassure and to confound expectations: ‘Trying to do what you want to do, trying to be free and trying not to do what other people want you to do. If you can do that, it’s amazing’.
|Duration||21 January 2011 - 05 March 2011|
|Times||Tuesday to Saturday, 10 am – 6 pm|
|Venue||Hauser & Wirth|
|Address||23 Savile Row London W1S 2ET, ,|
|Contact||0207 399 9770 / / www.hauserwirth.com|