Albion Fields

With the collaboration of Goodman Gallery, König Galerie, Marian Goodman Gallery and Lisson Gallery

Opening 9 July – end of March 2022

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Albion Fields unveils its inaugural exhibition in partnership with Goodman, Marian Goodman, König and Lisson Gallery, presenting works by twenty-six major international artists including Alicja Kwade, Richard Long, Bernar Venet and Ai Weiwei.

Bernar Venet
Indeterminate Line, 2016-2020
Cor-ten steel
Height approx 6 m

Vito Acconci
Bad Dream House, 1984
Architecture. Wood, brick-facing, shingles, Plexiglas, screen
5.4 x 7.3 x 7.6 m
18 x 24 x 25 ft

Ryan Gander
More really shiny things that don't mean anything, 2012
Stainless steel
275 cm diameter

Adel Abdessemed
Cheval de Turin, 2012
White painted aluminium, leather
160 x 50 x 230 cm

Richard Woods
Standing Timber (RM), 2017
Powder coated aluminium
500 x 10 x 10 cm
196 7/8 x 4 x 4 in

Richard Woods
Standing Timber (JA), 2017
Powder coated aluminium
500 x 10 x 10 cm
196 7/8 x 4 x 4 in

Jeppe Hein
Twisted Geometric Mirror III, 2020
high polished stainless steel and aluminium
210 x 135 x 114 cm; 82 2/3 x 53 1/4 x 45 in

Richard Long
Ivory Granite Line, 2016
Granite stones
35 x 120 x 890 cm
13 3/4 x 47 1/4 x 350 3/8 in

Jeppe Hein
One Two Three, 2017
high polished stainless steel and aluminium
222 x 370 x 226 cm; 87 1/2 x 145 2/3 x 89 in

James Capper
TREADPAD B - PAIR 2, WALKING SHIP 40 TON STANDARD DISPLACEMENT 4 LEG, 2017
Powder coated steel

David Adjaye
Horizon Pavilion, 2007

James Capper
Ripper , 2008
Powder coated steel, electric motor, control levers, concrete, cables
500 x 200 x 700 cm
196 7/8 x 78 3/4 x 275 5/8 in

Erwin Wurm
Cucumber, 2020
Aluminium exterior - stainless steel core support and base
Artwork: 270cm x 43 cm diameter

Stephen Cox
Interior Space: Blood of the Gazelle, 1986
Red Egyptian Granite
220 x 400 x 200 cm
86 5/8 x 157 1/2 x 78 3/4 in

Wim Delvoye
Daphnis & Chloë (Clockwise and Counterclockwise), 2009
2 bronzes
165 x 80 x 80 cm (each)

Ai Weiwei
Sofa in Black, 2011
Marble
85 X 92 X 92 cm
33 1/2 X 36 1/4 X 36 1/2 in
Edition 1 of 2

Richard Woods
Standing Timber (ML), 2017
Powder coated aluminium
500 x 10 x 10 cm
196 7/8 x 4 x 4 in

Wim Delvoye
Cement Truck, 2008
Laser-cut corten steel
912 x 238 x 370 cm
359 1/8 x 93 3/4 x 145 5/8 in

Erwin Wurm
Fat Convertible (Fat car), 2019
Aluminium cast, lacquer
430 x 240 x 133 cm (LWH)

Cristina Iglesias
Pozo IV, 2011
Resin with bronze powder, motor, water, metallic structure, stainless steel container, electrical system, granite
122 x 146 x 153 cm
48 x 57 1/2 x 60 1/4 in

Richard Woods
Clock, 2014
Fibreglass

Wang Zhan
Artificial Rock no.70, 2006
Stainless Steel Sculpture
200 x 96.5 x 51 cm
78 3/4 x 38 x 20 1/8 in

John Pawson
Waddesdon Bench, 2012

Douglas Gordon
Self Portrait of You + Me (Large Jackie White Splatter), 2012
Burned print, smoke and mirror
153 x 123 x 5 cm
60 1/4 x 48 3/8 x 2 in

Xavier Veilhan
Manfredi, 2018
Carbon, plywood polyurethane finish
36 x 30 x 200 cm

Sarah Peters
Augur, 2019
Plaster
45.7 x 45.7 x 27.9 cm
18 x 18 x 11 in

Sarah Peters
Figurehead, 2018
Bronze
76.2 x 53.3 x 40.6 cm
30 x 21 x 16 in
Edition of 3 plus 1 AP

Daniel Buren
Untitled - Mirror Piece, 2006
Mirror, wood, adhesive vinyl
61 x 61 cm
24 1/8 x 24 1/8 in
(each of 16 separate elements)

Wang ZhanArtificial Rock no.57, 2003
Stainless Steel Sculpture
250 x 100 x 100 cm
98 3/8 x 39 3/8 x 39 3/8 in

Douglas Gordon
Black Burns, 2017
Life size replica based upon John Flaxmans Robert Burns sculpture at Scottish National Portrait Gallery Black Marquinia marble
Height 1.85 meters

Jeppe Hein
Double Neon Blue, 2006
Neon tubes, plexiglass, transformers, sensors
diameter 75 cm
29 1/2 in
Edition 3/3 + 2AP.

Ai Weiwei
Forever (Stainless Steel Bicycles in silver) 3 pairs 5 layers, 2013
Stainless steel
317.3 x 282.8 x 126.1 cm
124 7/8 x 111 1/4 x 49 5/8 in

Kader Attia
Big Bang, 2005
Sculpture, motorised polyurethane sphere, mirrors
Diameter 180 cm

Ghada Amer
100 Words of Love, 2010
Epoxy resin and acrylic
170.5 x 182.9 cm
67 1/8 x 72 inches
Edition of 2 + 1AP

Eva Rothschild
Mr. Messy, 2007
armature wire, plastic, painted steel
181 x 56 x 52 cm

James Turrell
Fastnet, 1992
Aperture light installation
Variable

Rachel Whiteread
In Out Xiii, 2004
Plasticined plaster with interior aluminium frame work
224 x 34 x 112 cm

Joana Vasconcelos
Delftware, 2015
Rafael Bordalo Pinheiro faience painted with ceramic glaze, Azores crocheted lace
14 x 50 x 67 cm
5 1/2 x 19 3/4 x 26 3/8 in

About Albion Fields

Albion Fields is a sculpture park set within 50 acres of Oxfordshire countryside, parts of which have been rewilded - restored to their natural, uncultivated state. The grounds provide unique installation sites for artworks, spanning from open vistas to secluded woodland areas and positions beside a natural lake.

The monumental works of art will be showcased in harmony with the flora and fauna, the diversity of which is as integral to the ecosystem as much as the experience. Roe deer, badgers, green woodpeckers, hare and owl have all taken up residence since the land was taken out of agricultural use.

All of the exhibited artworks are for sale, and the first exhibition, created in partnership with Goodman, Marian Goodman, König and Lisson Gallery, will present sculpture by twenty six leading contemporary artists; Adel Abdessemed, Vito Acconci, David Adjaye, Ghada Amer, Kader Attia, Daniel Buren, James Capper, Claudia Comte, Wim Delvoye, Ryan Gander, Douglas Gordon, Jeppe Hein, Cristina Iglesias, Alicja Kwade, Richard Long, John Pawson, Sarah Peters, Eva Rothschild, James Turrell, Joana Vasconcelos, Xavier Veilhan, Bernar Venet, Ai Weiwei, Rachel Whiteread, Richard Woods and Erwin Wurm.

The first installation of artworks at Albion Fields will be on view from 9 July – end of October 2021 after which the works will be rotated biannually. Albion will welcome visitors to stroll along landscaped pathways to vantage points around the site.

 

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Albion Barn
Church Hill
Little Milton
Oxford OX44 7QB

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