Welsh artist, sculptor and filmmaker Cerith Wyn Evans’s exhibition features new installations, sculptures, paintings and sound work that draw on key moments of modernism, which is known for using new imagery, techniques and materials for a more acute representation of modern societies. A highlight is the After Stella neon sculptures, which reference American artist Frank Stella’s Black Paintings: suspended panels of neon lights form semi-transparent veils which both obscure and reveal other works in the exhibition.
Until March 26, 2022. White Cube, 50 Connaught Road Central, Central. Find out more at whitecube.com
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