Ulay




ULAY is an unclassifiable artist whose trajectory amounts to a radically and historically unique oeuvre operating at the intersection of photography and the conceptually-oriented approaches of Performance and Body art.

His first exhibition with Richard Saltoun Gallery, and his first in London since 2013, focuses on the artist’s remarkable photography and his long-standing commitment to exploring and expanding the medium. Starting with Ulay’s early works in Polaroid from the 1970s, the exhibition spans to include performative photography, featuring new works exhibited to the public for the first time, as well as a film of one of his most important actions: Irritation – There is a Criminal Touch to Art (1976). The exhibition has been curated by Birte Kleemann.

Duration 11 January 2019 - 23 February 2019
Times Tuesday to Friday: 10am-6pm Saturday: 11am-5pm
Cost Free
Venue Richard Saltoun
Address 41 Dover Street, London, W1S 4NS
Contact 4402076371225 / info@richardsaltoun.com / www.richardsaltoun.com

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