Campoli Presti

Camilla Løw / Henriette Grahnert

22 Jun - 22 Jul 2006


Sutton Lane is pleased to present a two-person exhibition of works by German artist Henriette Grahnert and Norwegian artist Camilla Løw. This is the first major exhibition in Paris for both artists.
The empty stages and catwalks in Grahnert's paintings allude to vanity and the hasty demand for paintings these days. Painting is depicted as an air guitar contest, where one big pose defeats the next and the stage is left deserted after the big party. What remains is a sober though still absurdly decorous atmosphere.
Camilla Løw's sculptures play with form, space, rhythm, tension, balance and the properties of materials. They relate to painting, both in the use of painted coloured surfaces and fabrication by hand rather than by industrial process.
Henriette Grahnert has had solo exhibitions at Sutton Lane, London and Galerie Kleindienst, Leipzig. Her work has been included in group exhibitions at the Essl Collection, Vienna, Konrad Fischer Gallery, Dusseldorf, the Essenheimer Kunstverein and the Kunstverein Sulzfeld. Henriette Grahnert will be awarded the Dorothea von Stetten art award with an exhibition at the Kunstmuseum Bonn.
Camilla Løw has had solo exhibitions at Sutton Lane, London and Jack Hanley Gallery, San Francisco. Group shows include East International, Norwich, exhibitions at Transmission Gallery and Tramway, Glasgow, Britannia Works, organised by the British Council in Athens, Sixty Years of Sculpture in the Arts Council Collection, the Wanas Foundation, Sweden and Acid Rain, curated by Vincent Honoré at Glassbox, Paris. Her work will be part of Momentum, the Nordic Festival of Contemporary Art this year.
For further information please visit the website or contact the gallery.

For further information please contact Sutton Lane at +33 1 48 87 60 81 (Paris) or at +44 207 253 8580 (London)
This exhibition is supported by the British Council.

© Henriette Grahnert / Camilla Løw
Installation view
Sutton Lane - Paris
22 June - 22 July 2006

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