Working across collage, video, installation, photography and sound, Christian Marclay's most recognisable work is The Clock, 2010, a staggering 24 hour film using footage from the last century of cinema. Represented in real-time, snippets of clock towers, alarm clocks and wrist watches are interspersed with scenes of car chases, lovers, bank heist and shoot-outs. The incessant materiality of time is also present in the artist's other works where sound collages and visual sampling reveal a temporal experience bound to imagery and acoustics.Read More
Marclay was the winner of the Golden Lion at the 2011 Venice Biennale, and is one of the most prominent artists of the 21st century. His work has been exhibited in major national institutes including MOMA, New York; The Serpentine Gallery, London; Garage Center for Contemporary Culture, Mocow; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney.
Appearing simultaneously at the 2019 edition of the Venice Biennale and this fall at Paula Cooper Gallery, Christian Marclay's 48 War Movies (2019) and an accompanying series of woodblock prints cal
THE TITLE 48 WAR MOVIES seems straightforward, and so is one's immediate impression of Christian Marclay's single-channel video installation, which debuted at the Venice Biennale and is currently at P
Are an artist’s failures and mistakes concomitant with the power of their work? This is the question Ryan Sullivan appears to asks in his series of large, dynamic canvases that fill Sadie Coles HQ. _O
Those familiar with London-based artist Christian Marclay's impressive body of work will hardly be surprised by his new collection of black and white woodblock prints that masterfully blend collage, d