Air Signs: Brian Griffiths & Frank Kent
Karsten Schubert London is pleased to announce our first exhibition in Room 2: Air Signs, the collaborative work of Brian Griffiths and Frank Kent. Air Signs is an ongoing series of sculptural works presented as photographs. Here objects from Brian Griffiths and Frank Kent’s shared studio are presented in a wooden cube, a framing device that presses objects into action and flattens three-dimensional space. The artists take an improvised approach to formally arranging objects, the resulting works of art depicting spaces that appear both imagined and ordered.
Room 2 is located in an 18th-century terraced house on Lexington Street in Soho. It was once a flat, and its unexpected setting provides an intimate domestic space to exhibit contemporary art.
Opening 14 January, this is the first time this series by Brian Griffiths and Frank Kent will be shown in London.
Brian Griffiths & Frank Kent
14 January–10 February 2020
44 Lexington Street
London W1F 0LF
Brian Griffiths and Frank KentOpening Event, 2019Inkjet print acrylic fronted on dibond series99 x 102 cm | 39 x 40 in
Brian Griffiths and Frank KentFiled Field Friend, 2019Inkjet print acrylic fronted on dibond series89 x 89 cm | 35 x 35 in
Brian Griffiths and Frank KentSteady Springett, 2019Inkjet print acrylic fronted on dibond series79 x 81 cm | 31 x 31 7/8 in
Brian Griffiths and Frank KentPower, History and Comfort, 2019Inkjet print acrylic fronted on dibond series146 x 146 cm | 57 1/2 x 57 1/2 in
Brian Griffiths and Frank Kent: Life and its most trivial particularsVan Gogh House, LondonVan Gogh House presents Life and its most trivial particulars by artists Brian Griffiths and Frank Kent, opening 4 September–18 December 2021. The exhibition is the first in a new annual commissioning programme at Van Gogh House, marking 50 years since 87 Hackford Road was found to be the London residence of the renowned Dutch artist.