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Charlotte Dumas

Charlotte Dumas

Anima & The Widest Prairies

6 Feb - 6 Apr 2015

 Untitled, from the series Anima, 2012 © Charlotte Dumas

Untitled, from the series Anima, 2012 © Charlotte Dumas

Untitled, from the series Anima, 2012 © Charlotte Dumas

 Untitled, from the series Anima, 2012 © Charlotte Dumas

Untitled, from the series Anima, 2012 © Charlotte Dumas

Untitled, from the series Anima, 2012 © Charlotte Dumas

 Untitled, from the series Anima, 2012 © Charlotte Dumas

Untitled, from the series Anima, 2012 © Charlotte Dumas

Untitled, from the series Anima, 2012 © Charlotte Dumas

 Geiger Grade Road Reno NV, from the series The Widest Prairies, 2013 © Charlotte Dumas

Geiger Grade Road Reno NV, from the series The Widest Prairies, 2013 © Charlotte Dumas

Geiger Grade Road Reno NV, from the series The Widest Prairies, 2013 © Charlotte Dumas

 Iroquois Trail Stagecoach NV, from the series The Widest Prairies, 2013 © Charlotte Dumas

Iroquois Trail Stagecoach NV, from the series The Widest Prairies, 2013 © Charlotte Dumas

Iroquois Trail Stagecoach NV, from the series The Widest Prairies, 2013 © Charlotte Dumas

INFO



“These compelling works are acclaimed for their aesthetic beauty as well as their contemplative aura.” AnOther magazine

Anima and The Widest Prairies is the first UK solo exhibition by Dutch artist Charlotte Dumas (b. 1977, Netherlands). It features her first moving image work Anima (2012), a contemplative video capturing the caisson burial horses of Arlington National Cemetery in the United States as they slowly drift in and out of sleep in their stables.

Also on display are selected photographs from her latest series The Widest Prairies (2013) made while tracking wild horses in Nevada.  Charlotte Dumas’ compelling images of animals aim to provoke subtle relationships between the viewers and the subject, presenting them as catalysts for our emotions. Her tender portrayals express a vulnerability that is as much about the human onlookers as the animals.

Talks & Events

The Exhibition is accompanied by a programme of talks & events

With support from the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands and the Mondriaan Fund and thanks to Galerie Paul Andriesse, Amsterdam

Charlotte Dumas

Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands

Monriaan Fund

Monriaan Fund


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