Phyllida Barlow

untitled: blockcratewedge . 2014


+ Hauser & Wirth

Since the late 1960s, British artist Phyllida Barlow has focused on the physical experience of handling materials, which she transforms through layering, accumulation and juxtaposition.Barlow's direct and practical processes of making utilise readily available materials such as cardboard, cement and plaster, polystyrene, timber and paint. Barlow's sculptural practice is grounded in an anti-monumental tradition and is concerned with the relationship between objects and the space that surrounds them.
Hauser & Wirth

untitled: grinder . 2014

untitled: holder . 2014

untitled: stackedchairs . 2014


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