Pace London: THERE WAS A BAD TREE, featuring works by Alfred Jensen, N. Dash and John Giorno, is currently on display at Pace London. The exhibition borrows its title from John Giorno’s eponymous 2001 poem, a recording of which plays alongside new work by N. Dash and a collection of Alfred Jensen’s paintings. Located at 6-10 Lexington Street, the exhibition is on display through November 15.
Images: Alfred Jensen, There came into being: Clairvoyance, Per. I, Divination, Per. II (1959); N Dash, Untitled (2014).
Past Hammer Projects artist Chen Qiulin’s installation at Telescope has continued to grow as more porcelain ‘zhezhi’ (folded paper objects) have arrived from the Jingdezhen porcelain factory in southern China. The title of the piece, 14,235, is also the number of individual pieces in the work of art.
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