Phyllida Barlow: cul-de-sac

Royal Academy, London

British sculptor Phyllida Barlow takes over the contemporary galleries of the Royal Academy with large-scale new works made with her signature everyday and industrial materials. Towering above like seemingly precarious structures, these site-specific works both test and take inspiration from the gallery’s architecture. In the form of a “cul-de-sac”, with only one way in and out, it gives visitors the freedom to find their way between them.

Collaboration with Studio Mathias Clottu

Phyllida Barlow: cul-de-sac

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