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Words' Worth

Ann Hamilton exhibition comments on the process of reading

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 27, 2010
Ann Hamilton's current exhibition at Carl Solway Gallery, titled 'reading,' uses prints, sculptural objects and video to represent reading as a creative rather than a passive act. This exhibition is not one of the multimedia installations for which Hamilton is internationally famous but nonetheless features some of the artist's recurring themes.  

Walls, Floors and Ceilings (Review)

Experiments in how art occupies space at Solway Gallery

0 Comments · Wednesday, October 14, 2009
The ubiquity of Installation Art in museums and galleries for decades now suggests, perhaps incorrectly, that it's a widely understood concept. But Carl Solway Gallery's latest exhibition seems to act as an introduction to Installation Art practices, with 15 artists creating piles, puddles and wall treatments that in many cases boast attractive color schemes and intricate handwork.  

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