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Click to enlargeRYAN GANDER
Mar 2 - Apr 21, 2018
Ryan Gander’s complex yet playful practice is characterized by allusion, where focal points are teasingly hidden and meaning is subtly implied. Stimulated by existential queries and investigations into what-ifs, each one
of his artworks acts as a vessel to tell a new story. His latest exhibition with Lisson Gallery, titled ‘The Self Righting of All Things,’ will feature new site- speci c installations that draw on notions of time, balance and instability. A conversation will take place on 14 April in London between Gander and Gábor Domokos, the Hungarian mathematician and engineer best known for his 2006 discovery of gömböc, a class of three-dimensional convex bodies that have one stable and one unstable point of balance.

RODNEY GRAHAM : CENTRAL QUESTIONS OF PHILOSOPHY
Oct 3 - Nov 3, 2018
Rodney Graham’s exhibition at Lisson Gallery London presents his first new body of lightboxes following the largest presentation of his work in this format last year at Museum Frieder Burda in Baden-Baden, Germany and Museum Voorlinden in Wassenaar, Netherlands. Since creating his first lightbox in 2007, Graham has evolved these works into a larger, more complex series that encompasses various aspects of his artistic practice, such as photography, sculpture and painting. Staged down to the finest of details – from the decoration and soft furnishings to the positioning of the central figure – the works are essentially stage sets for an accumulation of multi-layered fictions, with Graham consistently playing the starring role. Weaving together various subjects, and sprinkled with anecdotal art historical and pop culture references, the works not only comment on the mechanics of image and image-making through Graham’s intricate process but are also employed as a vehicle to examine the epistemology of perception.

CEAL FLOYER
Nov 16, 2018 - Jan 5, 2019
Private view Thu Nov 15 6pm - 8pm
Lisson Gallery is pleased to welcome a new exhibition by Berlin-based artist Ceal Floyer, her sixth with the gallery since she first showed in the same spaces in 1997.

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