Tag Archives: Chisenhale Gallery

The long arm of the metaphor

Having realised that there’s no place like Dalston, a fact already appreciated by moustachioed hipsters, hooded rioters and burly Turks, Argentine artist Amalia Pica returns from the Americas to her chosen new home to sit down with the DLR. As … Continue reading

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Touching, feeling, seeing, emailing

Do people who came of age before the internet, and people who grew up with the internet always there, have any real difference in how they operate or see the world? This question is perhaps pertinent to the practice of … Continue reading

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May I take your measurements

Let us promote and demote in six fell swoops! The DLR is excited about: Another great hit by Janice Kerbel at the Chisenhale: beauty, drama and narrative evoked only through the things (lights! camera! —!) that surround them. Amazing again … Continue reading

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