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Angus Fairhurst, Un-titled

January 29, 2013 by Kay

24 January – 16 March 2013

Installation view, 2013

In January 2013, Sadie Coles HQ presents Un- titled, an exhibition of works by Angus Fairhurst (1966-2008). The concept of ‘undoing’ pervaded Fairhurst’s art – absence was an ever-present motif. Words such as ‘unwritten’, ‘undone’, and ‘untouched’ formed many of his titles. This exhibition, Un-titled, paraphrases these terms of negation and reversal. Encompassing a variety of media including sculpture, painting, collage and photography, the exhibition brings to the fore the cycles and oppositions that were at the core of his thinking – doing and undoing, absence and presence, thinking and feeling.

Mnemonic Table, 1997-2004

For more information, visit Sadie Coles website.