James Turrell: Five Decades
Michael Hue-Williams is pleased to announce the opening of James Turrell's Five Decades. This exhibition, which is culled from a group of works acquired from the artist during the 15-year period in which Michael and James Turrell worked together, will include three 1967 and 1968 Aperture works, one Magnetron work, 2 Aperture Shallow Space works, and a stand alone Skyspace.
The Skyspace entitled Elliptic Ecliptic was last constructed in 1999 in Cornwall during the passing of the last total solar eclipse over the UK.
Albion Barn, renovated by Studio Seilern Architects, is located 50 miles west of London. It will be open by appointment Thursday Friday and Saturday each week. Focusing on large outdoor sculpture, rotating exhibitions will take place 2 or 3 times a year. The landscape surrounding the exhibition space will afford the opportunity to make exhibitions simply not possible in London. An ongoing commitment to each of the artists exhibiting will be evident in the slow accumulation of largepermanent pavilions and sculptures onsite.