Scaling the heights…

 

Just in on the international tom-toms…

Dread & Delight: Fairytales in an Anxious World, a group exhibition curated by Emily Stanley at the Weatherspoon Art Museum. Included in the show is ‘Mother-Lode’, a 9 ft long x 6.5 ft high baroque carriage encrusted in crystallized rock sugar, alongside works by 21 artists including David Hockney, Cindy Sherman, Kiki Smith And John Baldessari. Weatherspoon Art Museum, cnr Spring Garden and Tate Streets, Greensboro, NC. Reception: 5-7pm Saturday, August 25. Exhibition runs till December 9, 2018.

 

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Timothy Horn, Mother-Lode, 2008 Crystallized rock sugar, plywood, steel.

 

Install of Mother-Lode at the Weatherspoon Art Museum here.

Great company Tim – how marvellous.

STOP PRESS (as in BUT WAIT, THERE”S MORE!!):

Timothy has just posted…

“Extremely grateful to the Powerhouse Museum (MAAS) in Sydney for the recent acquisition of Gorgonia 15. A special thank you to curator Eva Czeris-Ryl for making this happen. This work is part of the exhibition Fantastical Worlds curated by Eva Czernis-Ryl at the Powerhouse, alongside works by Alexander McQueen, Kate Rohde and Timorous Beasties. Exhibition runs till January 2020″

 

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Looks like a road trip to Sydney is in order….

The Enchantment Factor…

Timothy Horn has it in spades.

His exquisite works (from the Gorgonia series) opened last night at the Art Gallery of South Australia/Adelaide Biennial: Divided Worlds – and is, as ever, breathtakingly beautiful.

From installation to the opening…

 

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(photo credits: Saul Steed)

We can hear the delighted gasps from here! Brilliant, in every sense of the word.

[Loving the dark backdrop. n(Ed)]

Up until June 3rd.

 

Incoming…

…an ensemble of Timothy Horn’s glorious work is en route, as we speak…

 

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…destined for the Art Gallery of South Australia for the 2018 Adelaide Biennial: Divided Worlds.

It all kicks off on March 3rd. Tim’s show runs from March 3rd to June 3rd.

Heart-stoppingly divine.

Meanwhile, for a nice little background muse (in the glossy New England Home mag), go here.

And for a browse through his website, go here.

Timmy at Art Basel Honkers…

Following on the heels of the Art Gallery of South Australia’s acquisition of Timothy Horn’s Gorgonia 5 (full fathom five)

 

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Timothy Horn, Gorgonia 5 (full fathom five) 2015, nickel plated bronze and mirrored blown glass,   84 x 96 x 9 inches

 

…he’s about to open at Art Basel Hong Kong with his New York gallery PPOW (snaps on his website here)…

 

Timothy Horn

Gorgonia 9 (Fan Dance) 2016,nickel-plated bronze, mirrored blown glass
51 x 95 x 7 inches

Divine, as ever.

PPOW Gallery media release  here