Washington DC-based installation artist Mark Jenkins has over the past four years experimented with clear packing tape (sellotape) to create cast-based sculpture that he installs in cities as a form of non-permission based street art, a sort of “off-wall” graffiti. The works’ humour and surreal nature has helped generate huge interest amongst the public and re-engaged them with their built environment. Jenkins is now bringing his art to the UK, and for his first solo show at the Lazarides gallery he will present an assemblage of sculptures and documentary street installation photographs.
Exhibition Dates: Fri 13th of April - Sat 12th of May
No 8, Greek Street
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