Tag Archives: Richard Sharland

“CAPITAL—DEBT, TERRITORY, UTOPIA”

An exhibition at the Hamburger Bahnhof, Berlin. 2 July to 6 November 2016   ‘Capital – Debt; Territory; Utopia’ is an exhibition as vast and diverse as its grand title. Vast and diverse, but not daunting. Collected into a slightly too confined space, the huge canvas of this show draws you down a corridor of fascinating objects, images, experiences and …

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The Lost Art of Curating

The problem of curating art for block-busters It struck with magical force, a grove of reconstructed ancient trees bolted into the square, patterning a bare, solid, organic awkwardness against Georgian facades. The unmediated surprise of it invited entry, exploration, touch, curiosity – wonder. Such was the impact of Ai Weiwei’s ‘Tree 2009-10, 2015’ before I had even stepped inside the …

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