Assembling works from industrial materials like lighting gels, common packaging plastics, Mylar, and other commercial-grade films, New York-based artist Rey Akdogan is interested in the physical presence of her works and consistently highlights their materiality.
Installation view. March 23 – April 16, 2011 Sutton Lane is pleased to announce the first solo exhibition in London of New York based artist Rey Akdogan. On view is a new body of work which examines the apparatuses of atmosphere and how they can be taken apart. Lighting gel is a transparent, coloured material that is used in theatre and cinema to colour light, notably with the purpose to create particular atmospheres and lighting […]
View still by Gerald Jackson 3 Concurrent Exhibitions Front Room: Gerald Jackson Lunchroom: Working Drawings, curated by Peter Soriano Office: Sculptures from the 70s, curated Rey Akdogan Katy Siegel and I had hoped to include Gerald Jackson’s work in an exhibition for which I was the advisor and Katy the curator, “High Times, Hard Times: New York Painting 1967-1975”. But we could not find a way to get in touch with Gerald. Then, when I […]