Stone Exhibition: Gallery S O London
As a pillar in the evolution of human culture, stone has equipped us with tools, weapons, and ploughs as we built under it, into it and upon it. We use the word "stone" not only to define a material of the earth's essence, but also to describe people, actions and emotions as pure, resolute, total. Where we once mined stones from the ground, we now grow it in laboratories. Once the domain of royalty and royal favours, now, many gemstones form critical components within mass technology and communication.
Gallery S O is pleased to exhibit work by
David Bielander, Rudolf Bott, Lin Cheung, Katharina Dettar, Warwick Freeman, Gesine Hackenberg, Julia Maria Kunnap, Kika Rufino, Bernhard Schobinger, Joe Sheehan, Alejandra Solar, Tarja Tuupanen, Octave Vandeweghe.
Aire Verde, 2017
Coloured agate, silver and print
7,5 x 4 x 0,5 cm
The Quick and The Dead, 2013
Carved basalt, argilite, greywacke
9 x 8 x 2cm
Blue Vase, 2009
Carved blue chalcedon, silver and steel
6,2 x 6,2 x 3,5 cm
photo Harold Strak