REVIEWS

/ TOM JEFFREYS
View of "The Land We Live In – The Land We Left Behind," Hauser & Wirth Somerset, 2018.
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Tom Jeffreys

To shit on a book—surely only an animal could do such a thing? In a former farm building, now home to Hauser & Wirth Somerset, lies an early edition of a book by Mark Twain: A Yankee at the Court of King Arthur (1889), a satire of medieval European chivalry... continue reading
Corin Sworn, Temporal Arrangements (detail), 2010.
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Tom Jeffreys

Flowers fade at different rates. In the November chill of a Glasgow art gallery, cut flowers—carefully arranged in a vase on the floor, their silhouette cast against the wall by the light from a projector—are taking their time to die, or to appear dead. (When exactly do cut flowers die?)... continue reading
Paris Roundup

VARIOUS LOCATIONS, Paris

View of Galerie Karsten Greve's stand at FIAC, Paris, 2017.
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Tom Jeffreys

The wide eyes and open mouth of a child are a reminder that, even at art fairs, there is still space for the occasional moment of wonder. The girl has good taste: she’s enthralled by Endless (2012), a sculpture by Claire Morgan at the FIAC booth of Galerie Karsten Greve.... continue reading

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