2020 sculpture exhibition: Alice Aycock
This will be Alice Aycocks first solo exhibition in Scandinavia, and consists of six monumental sculptures from her acclaimed 'Turbulences' series. The exhibition takes place at Royal Djurgården.
"Through art, I wish to create alternative worlds and disrupt habitual patterns – provide new perspectives on life, so that we will be able to interpret and understand our present in a better way."
On display 7 June to 27 September 2020
Alice Aycock's exhibition will be the first to be held under the management of Princess Estelle's Cultural Foundation. The planned exhibition period is 7 June to 27 September. The sculptures will be installed at Djurgårdsbrunn Bay, near the Folke Bernadotte Bridge.
The exhibition is outdoors and open around the clock, manned at 11:00–16:00.
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About the artist
Alice Aycock (born 1946) lives and works in New York, and has enjoyed great international success since the early 1970s. She was awarded the prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award in Contemporary Sculpture in 2018.
The exhibition consists of six sculptures from her acclaimed 'Turbulences' series. Some of these works have previously been displayed along New York's Park Avenue. The works are inspired by extreme weather conditions such as storms and uncontrollable tornados, and Aycock has attempted to create visual metaphors for these phenomena. She has always been fascinated by the power and energy of rotating winds and whirlpools.
Aycock's work can be found in museum collections around the world, including the Australian National Gallery, the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum and the Metropolitan Museum in New York. She is also known for her many public installations in locations including fourteen different universities in the US.
Press releases and press images can be found at www.preks.se
Top image: Alice Aycock's 'Hoop-La', 2014.
Powder-coated aluminium and steel, approx. 6 x 7 metres. Source for all images: www.preks.se
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