12 September – 3 November 2013
Grafton Way, Bloomsbury WC1E 6DB
An abandoned, overgrown landscape in central London was the site for a project by sculptor Daniel Silver.
Freud could never really stomach the cinema. In 1923, Samuel Goldwyn offered him $100,000 to serve as a consultant on a film about Anthony and Cleopatra as "the foremost expert on love". He refused without hesitation.[Read more...]
For me this defacing is their identity, that's who they are. It happens very casually in the studio. I try not to work meticulously on one sculpture. Its more about hanging around with them, and I stumble on them, or they stumble on me, my elbow ends up in their chest, or they just have to be manipulated in a certain way.[Read more...]