British contemporary artists Idris Khan and Annie Morris, a couple for more than a decade, present works together at Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery.
Establishing a dialogue with Sir John Soane’s neo-classical Manor, the exhibition explores emotion, time, and memory. Drawing parallels between works such as Morris’ Stack sculptures and Khan’s 65,000 Photographs, and exploring how Morris’ use of colour has inspired Khan to develop his monochromatic palette, the exhibition considers the confluence of the pair’s diverse practices and how, over time, they have come to influence each other.
More than thirty works spreading from the Gallery into the historic Manor, and ranging from sculpture to photography and painting to embroidery, present the individual practices of the artist couple in tandem and the complex layering of their experience – both shared and individual.
Note, the gallery is free to visit on Thursdays after 5pm - it's open late to 8pm.
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This exhibition runs from Wed, 4th Oct 2023 to Sun, 7th Jan 2024
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