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Teresita Fernández: Caribbean Cosmos

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Sept. 14, 2022 - Nov. 5, 2022

First Floor, 1 Cromwell Place

Lehmann Maupin

Best known for her immersive sculptures, monumental public art and unconventional use of materials, this exhibition marks the first solo show in London for the New York-based conceptual artist.

Her work explores perception and the psychology of looking. Often inspired by a rethinking of landscape and place, as well as by diverse historical and cultural references, her work is characterized by a quiet unravelling of power, visibility, and erasure that prompts an intimate experience for individual viewers. 

Image: Teresita Fernández, Caribbean Cosmos, 2020 (detail), glazed ceramic. 96 x 192 x 1.25 inches / 243.8 x 487.7 x 3.2 cm. Courtesy the artist and Lehmann Maupin, New York, Hong Kong, Seoul, and London.

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Lehmann Maupin

Lehmann Maupin

Since inception, Lehmann Maupin has been instrumental in introducing international artists in new geographies. This mission has resulted in historic first exhibitions in New York, Hong Kong, and Seoul. 

Lehmann Maupin London, located at Cromwell Place, functions as a dynamic multi-purpose space, offering an alternative to the traditional gallery model. Conceived in response to the shifting needs of its artists and the broader arts community, Lehmann Maupin London is foregoing a fixed exhibition program and instead engage in site-specific activations, installations, and performances.

This innovative model allows the gallery to develop focused presentations that highlight critical issues of the day, while also providing a platform for artists to think outside of the traditional presentation of a new body of work. In addition, the gallery hosts a regular series of public programs to keep audiences engaged in the current practices and concerns of its artists.