Sundy is delighted to announce Very Cold, Henrik Potter's second solo exhibition at the gallery.
The exhibition will be accompanied by a text by Elaine Tam.
English/Swedish artist Henrik Potter (b. 1984 in Lausanne, CH) lives and works in London.
His practice encompasses painting, drawing and screen-like installations through which he aims for an experience of art works as emotive vessels and as surrogates for the human body. His works often have a character and object-like quality to them and act as active agents of communication and embodiment of experiences.
Recent solo exhibitions include:
Souls, PSM, Berlin (2020); Heads, Lucas Hirsch, Düsseldorf (2019); Heedless Sleep, Künstlerhaus Stuttgart, Germany (2019); Daydreaming, Sundy, London (2019); PdT, Palais De Tokyo (2012).
Recent two-person and group exhibitions include:
after image, Mamoth, London (2020); Recreational Grounds, London (2019); Seasons, Maxilla Space, London (2017); Landlords are not currently collecting rent in self-love, Cell Projects, London (2016); Oh, of course, you were berry picking, DREI, Cologne, Germany (2015); Down Where Changed, Cubitt, London (2014).