Richard Caldicott at Sous Les Etoiles gallery | ITSLIQUID

Richard Caldicott at Sous Les Etoiles gallery

Art | February 26, 2014 |

Richard CaldicottRichard Caldicott, Chance-Fall 4, 2010

Richard Caldicott at Sous Les Etoiles gallery

Since the artist’s acclaimed series featuring Tupperware in the 1990s, Richard Caldicott has continually challenged photographic codes of representation in favor of new aesthetic and symbolic intentions.

Richard CaldicottRichard Caldicott, Photogram 6, 2012

Employing traditional analog photography methods, Caldicott imbues his minimalist set of components with rich, vibrant color. The result is stunningly beautiful abstract work that is both self-contained and part of a larger dialogue, with nods to iconic minimalism, Color Field paintings, and pop reappropriation.

Richard CaldicottRichard Caldicott, BW photogram and paper negative 5, 2013

For the first time in exhibition are Caldicott’s 2013 photogram and paper negatives. Through subtle play of reorganisation and repetition, Caldicott has continued to explore use of geometric, structured composition and line, orienting his recent work into an almost conceptual performance of refinement, and ultimately creating a taxonomy of lines that redefine a sense of space, trajectory and movement. Here, lines are the traces of a vital force: photographic illustrations of the artist’s creative course.

Richard CaldicottRichard Caldicott, BW photogram and paper negative 39, 2013

In conjunction with the exhibition, a catalogue published by the gallery with texts by Derek Horton and Lyle Rexer will be available. As writer and critic Lyle Rexer notes in the forthcoming catalogue, “His most recent works, especially the extended series of photograms and their ‘negatives,’ have revealed that Caldicott’s interest has less to do with what a photograph is or even how it is made than what it does to us, and the ways we support a set of expectations about signification… The result is several wonderfully musical series of theme and variations.”

Richard CaldicottRichard Caldicott, Untitled 8, 2013

Writer Derek Horton adds: “Caldicott’s art is lucid, cool and unblinking, quietly objective in its structure and clarity. Nothing in these works is superfluous.”

Richard CaldicottRichard Caldicott, Untitled 14, 2013

Richard Caldicott’s “Recent Work” exhibition runs from February 14 untill March 29, 2014 at Sous Les Etoiles gallery, New York.

more. www.souslesetoilesgallery.net/exhibition/recent+work | www.richardcaldicott.co.uk

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