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Turning the Seventh Corner is contained in the new Blain|Southern, Berlin gallery, a concrete, steel and glass structure, formerly the printing presses of the German Liberal newspaper, Der Tagesspiegel. 2010–11 A cacophony of stuffed animals dramatically spotlit onto a wall to form a portrait silhouette of the late fashion icon Isabella Blow has been acquired by the National Portrait Gallery.'The portrait encourages us to reflect simultaneously on beauty and death,' says Rosie Broadley, Associate Curator of the Contemporary Collections, 'which embody Blow's own complex preoccupations.' Triumph Gallery, Moscow, Russian Federation.In the bawdily titled The Crack, we enter a dark room where an assemblage of welded steel scraps stands in the middle of the gallery like a lonely Giacometti figure.
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Their aim is to a different vision of the surroundings, emphasising the consequences on it that phenomena such as consumerism, mass culture and the elevation of the figure of the artist to the position of media celebrity have." Francisco de la Torre Prados, Mayor of Malaga. 2004 Tim Noble and Sue Webster's aptly titled exhibition, Modern Art is Dead, is an irreverent version of a shadowy Plato's Cave.
The naughty couple continue to astound audiences with their transgressive alchemy of light, shadow—and scraps of steel!
Tim Noble & Sue Webster The Goss-Michael Foundation, Dallas, TX, U. 2008 The exhibition includes a wide variety of works drawn from over a decade of the couple's prolific artistic endeavours, often characterized by Noble and Webster as being "consistently inconsistent." No matter how "inconsistent" their catalogue may appear, all of the works are closely and obviously linked by their allusions to the artists' emotional, spiritual, and sexual relationship, as well as by the underlying conceptual social statements derived from the fusion of opposites: "form and anti-form, high culture and anti-culture, male and female, craft and rubbish, sex and violence." Human Stains Medium at Bank of Baghdad, Gustavia, St. 2007 Human Stains an exhibition of work completed by the artists over the period of a two week residency at Medium at St. Gallery founder Fergus Mc Caffrey co-established the artist residency and gallery from 2005 to 2008, facilitating artists to create work on the island, including: David Noonan, Kelley Walker, Douglas Gordon, and duo Tim Noble and Sue Webster.
Sacrificial Heart Gagosian Gallery, Davies Street, London, UK. 2017 STICKS WITH DICKS AND SLITS, a new body of sculptural works, Tim Noble and Sue Webster present pairs of giant self-portraits, stickfigures sculpted in twisted bronze. 2015 Launch of the publication The Folly Acres Cook Book alongside an exhibition of sculpture and illustrations from the book inspired by Folly Acres, the Gloucestershire smallholding shared by Tim and Sue. The series is comprised of large black and white portrait paintings as well as smaller works on paper that the artists painted with their feet.