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/ Cerith Wyn Evans
Cerith Wyn Evans

MUSEO TAMAYO, Mexico City

Cerith Wyn Evans, E=C=L=I=P=S=E, 2015.
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Chris Sharp

I’m not usually a fan of art about art, for the simple reason that it tends to perpetuate the potential solipsism of a perilously self-involved discipline, but something about Cerith Wyn Evans and his consistent ability to transmute art-historical references into quasi-mystical arcana has always struck me as agreeably mystifying.... continue reading
Cerith Wyn Evans's "Assemblage" at Galerie Neu, Berlin
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Kirsty Bell

It is unusual that a work sums up an artist's practice and sensibility so acutely and simply as the single piece exhibited in Cerith Wyn Evans's Assemblage at Galerie Neu. Imagine the bling of an enormous Murano glass chandelier, blinking its way through a score of Bataille in Morse code, combined with the flash of a circle of words set in fireworks that blaze and burn out, and filtered through the fleeting gorgeousness of a thought in white neon ("Thoughts unsaid,... continue reading

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