Exhibitions 리스트보기 슬라이드보기 Current Upcoming Past Window Gallery

  • Lost In The Complexity Of A Language Of My Own Making (Rubinoa)
  • A Moving Object, or Adhoc Multiverse
  • A Moving Object, or Sticky work (Enamel Flaxk 99 Ice cream)
  • Group Portrait - Ten members from a British Council delegation of international curators and museum directors, one British Council representative, six colleagues and two gallerists photographed at the artist’s studio, Haggerston, London, April 22nd 2016
  • Installation view at GALLERY HYUNDAI, 2017
  • I is...(xii)
  • Self Development Portrait - The Artist made up as a zombie by Adrian Rigby, Solid House, Suffolk, 23 June 2016, 2017
  • Group Portrait - The Artist in the act of experimenting with self image production alongside Pierre Huyghe and Florian Lüdde, The Japan Society, E 47th St, New York City, 3 May 2016
  • Key performance indicator xiv (Habitual Abstraction)
  • Key performance indicator xv (Habitual Abstraction)
  • On Slow Obliteration, or I’ve Lost Myself
  • Staccato Reflections

Ryan Gander: Soft Modernism

Ryan Gander conceptually and wittily portrays stories of art, culture, and the artist’s personal experiences through various mediums of installation, media, painting, sculpture, photography, and texts.

Ryan Gander’s works are complex and mischievous, and within them, main themes are cleverly veiled with its meanings subtly implicated. Non-existence relationship between objects in different nature from everyday monotonous life and obliteration of realization upon existing notions are brought out onto the surface which gives room for an open interpretation. Other than the exploration of ambiguous relationships, the spectator’s imaginations and movements are crucial elements in Ryan Gander’s works. ‘Storytelling’ is the most significant part in the artist’s artworks carrying individual open ending. Ryan Gander hopes for the spectator to put down existing ideas, elitism of the art world, or any sort of knowledge on art, and to continue on the story that he had started. The artist does not settle in one particular style or category but challenges himself upon existing ideas with variety of mediums that result as sculptures, installation, language, and commercial products.

In this exhibition, recurring theme in Ryan Gander’s variety of works such as sculptures and paintings relating to childhood projections and children’s innate creative sensibilities and reference to modernism and witty interpretation of art history will be presented along with new installation works that project onto contemporary selfie culture and narcissism.

Ryan Gander was born in Chester, UK, in 1976. He currently works and lives in London. He had gained global attention when he participated in 2011 Venice Biennial and 2012 Kassel dOCUMENTA 13. Since then, he had solo exhibitions in prestigious art institutions including National Museum of Art Osaka, 2017, Museum Dhondt-Dhaenens, 2016, Australian Centre of Contemporary Art, 2015, Manchester City Art Gallery, 2014, Le Plateau, 2013, Palais de Tokyo, 2012, New York Guggenheim Museum, 2010, and Museum Moderner Kunst, 2007. Recently, Ryan Gander received OBE (Officer of Order of the British Empire), and also in 2009, he was awarded Zurich Art Prize and Paul Hamlyn Award in 2008.

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