b. 1971, United Kingdom

Darren Almond Related Press

Antique photogravure process goes modern at Crown Point Press Related Press Antique photogravure process goes modern at Crown Point Press 13 November 2018, Datebook

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.

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The Meaning of the Moon, From the Incas to the Space Race Related Press The Meaning of the Moon, From the Incas to the Space Race 12 September 2018, The New York Times

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

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Temporal Landscapes Related Press Temporal Landscapes 21 February 2017, Aesthetica Magazine

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

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White Cube announces Darren Almond's latest solo show to be presented in Hong Kong Related Press White Cube announces Darren Almond's latest solo show to be presented in Hong Kong 18 February 2016, CAFA art info

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...

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Night visions: Darren Almond's full-moon landscapes Related Press Night visions: Darren Almond's full-moon landscapes 21 January 2014, The Guardian

At least two guiding spirits hover around To Leave a Light Impression, the new show by British artist Darren Almond at White Cube, Bermondsey. The most obvious is Charles Darwin, in whose footsteps Almond followed to make several of his images. The other is the lesser-known Scottish nature writer, Nan Shepherd, whose book, The Living Mountain...

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