Free, with lunch and refreshments. Hearing loop available. Places are limited so booking is essential.
Artist Juliana Capes will take you through detailed descriptions of Nengudi’s art and practice.
The Fruitmarket Gallery presents the first solo institutional exhibition of the work of Senga Nengudi outside the United States. Originally organised by the Henry Moore Institute, the exhibition brings together pioneering sculpture, photography and documentation of performance from 1969 to the present, including recreations of work not seen since the 1970s and a major new installation.
Born in Chicago in 1943, Senga Nengudi has been a trailblazer in sculpture for fifty years. A vital figure in the avant-garde scenes of Los Angeles and New York in the 1960s and 1970s, her work is characterised by a persistently radical experimentation with material and form.
Offering an expansive overview of Nengudi’s practice and shedding light on the work of a figure fundamental to Postminimalism, this exhibition asserts Nengudi’s vital position within a generation of artists who redefined the possibilities of sculpture and representations of race and gender, while drawing upon a tradition of abstraction.
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Venue Hearing System
- Type of Hearing System
- FM portable loop sytem, Williams Helper. An amplified tour is offered for every exhibition and the equipment can be requested for public talks.
- Hearing System Collection Point
- Meet in the bookshop