Edmund de Waal at Gagosian San Francisco
On view for the first time, the new works in the poems of our climate bring poetry and porcelain vessels together in both physical and conceptual proximity. The cylindrical forms are arranged at intervals, forming topographies that resemble lines on a page or music in a score. Made in black or white, some vitrines recall Kazimir Malevich’s Black Square (1915), in which the pictorial representation of reality was abandoned for pure abstract form. De Waal’s dimensional vitrines, however, become subject to ambient illumination as shadows and reflections are thrown by the objects within them.
September 20, 2018End Date
December 8, 2018Hours
10:00 AM - 06:00 PMAddress
Gagosian Gallery, 657 Howard Street, San Francisco, CAEvent Type