Darren Almond was the youngest artist included in the YBA group show titled Sensation in 1997, and has won his recognition in the international art world since. He was nominated for the 2005 Turner Prize as a finalist with If I Had You, a video installation about his synesthetic memories of his grandmother. Almond has participated in many international art biennials including the Berlin Biennale (2001), Venice Biennale (2003), Busan Biennale (2004), Tate Triennial (2009), and so on. He has held more than seventy solo exhibitions at numerous world renowned art institutions around the world including Mudam Luxemburg (Luxemburg, 2017), Scai the Bathhouse (Tokyo, 2016), White Cube (London and Hong Kong), K21 (Dusseldorf, 2005), De Appel (Amsterdam, 2001), to name a few. Almond is currently participating in the Crossrail Art Progamme, funded by Great Britain’s largest metropolitan railroad corporation, along with artists including Yayoi Kusama and Douglas Gordon.
From across the gallery, the four framed prints of architectural ruins look like vintage black-and-white photographs. But a photograph is just the start for what you are seeing at Crown Point Press.
COPENHAGEN — Outside Denmark's Louisiana Museum of Modern Art on a recent late-summer morning, a few sunstruck visitors were sprawling on the turf of the sculpture garden, between monumental outdoor
Concerns with time, space, history and landscape inform the practice of British artist Darren Almond (b. 1971). Exploring how these different dimensions intersect and how we inhabit them, his images c
White Cube Hong Kong is pleased to present an exhibition of new work by Darren Almond. This is Almond’s first exhibition in Hong Kong and includes two new series of paintings and new sculpture. From Almond’s very first live-broadcast work in 1996 titled A Real Time Piece, to later video and photographic works, an understanding of...