Exhibition exploring the connections between two key postwar artworks: Dan Flavin's light sculpture 'Monument' for V Tatlin (1967) and Pino Pascali's installation Cannone Semovente (1965), part of a cycle of sculptures the artist called Armi (weapons) - a series of hyperrealist, life-size artillery weapons made of found objects and materials including wood and cardboard scraps. With additional works by John Frederick Kensett (1816-72) - one of Flavin's favourite Luminist artists - and contemporary moving image artist Anri Sala (b. 1974).
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Luxembourg & Dayan
2 Savile Row
London W1S 3PA
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