Posts Tagged ‘Marianne Templeton’

JOYCELAND // LISSON GALLERY

by Marianne Templeton LONDON, EN. In Milk and Melancholy, Kenneth Hayes identifies the milk splash as a recurring motif in photographic art from the mid-1960s until the mid-1980s, and asserts that this moment of lactic disturbance that reappeared “with the regularity of a trauma… was instrumental in overcoming the hegemony of Modernist painting and, at[…]

CAMILLE HENROT // THE PALE FOX

by Marianne Templeton  Of Timelines and Twins Art’s romance with anthropology continues. In French-born, New York-based Camille Henrot‘s first UK solo exhibition, The Pale Fox, at Chisenhale Gallery in London, the installation exemplifies the contemporary attraction to using quasi-anthropological forms and methods for navigating the cult of information. Horace Miner’s assertion that the cultural anthropologist’s task[…]