Plymouth Gallery celebrates the first installation of Drapes, measuring 11.5 x 13 x 16 feet (3.5m x 4m x 5m), in its latest series of exhibitions celebrating artists who work with fabric and texture. Commissioned by the gallery’s curator, Hannah Rose, an exciting collection of sixteen exhibits are brought together for the first time in this stunning white cube space.
The view from the street (above) offers a compelling snapshot of the show and draws one in.
Neuberg’s new sculpture, Drapes, acts as the central motif in the space with the surrounding works acting in support as if they all contributed to the final, magnetic pull of the large fabric piece.
Exhibition runs 10th January – 23rd February 2016.
Photo credit: Sarah Packer