The London-based artist was born in 1978 and studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts, Paris between 1997 and 2001 under Giuseppe Penonne. Morris’s multi-disciplinary practice draws on both personal experience and the history of art. Encompassing sculpture, tapestry, painting and drawing, Morris’s intuitive use of line weaves between abstraction and representation—at once both authoritative and imaginative.Read More
The 'Stack' sculptures are comprised of protuberant spheres, precariously arranged into columns. Sculpted in plaster, and occasionally cast in bronze, the forms are painted with hand-sourced, raw pigments in vivid hues such as Ultramarine, Viridian and Ochre, which give the surface an opaque, lumpen quality. Morris’s drawing and tapestry combine personal ciphers with abstract mark-making and grid-like structures.
Text courtesy Timothy Taylor.
You might feel trepidation at first, stepping into British artist Annie Morris ' current exhibition at Timothy Taylor's Chelsea gallery. Colourful spheres balance improbably on top of one another in teetering totems
You might feel trepidation at first, stepping into British artist Annie Morris' current exhibition at Timothy Taylor's Chelsea gallery.
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