The Raw Materials exhibition is coming to an end! Join us this weekend to catch the work of Jenny Holzer, Bruce Nauman, Ed Ruscha and Lawrence Weiner before the exhibtion ends on Sunday http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/raw-materials-four-american-artists-1972-2007
It’s our last week in the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery. Make sure you visit before Sep 23rd to see the Raw Materials exhibition before it goes! http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/raw-materials-four-american-artists-1972-2007
Visit the Bristol Museum & Art Gallery before Sep 23rd to see works by Lawrence Weiner, Ed Ruscha, Jenny Holzer and Bruce Nauman. http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/raw-materials-four-american-artists-1972-2007
One of the flyers created by the ‘Young Creators’ group to support the Raw Materials exhibition at Bristol Museum & Gallery http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/raw-materials-four-american-artists-1972-2007
Bruce Nauman, One Hundred Live and Die (1984)
See more of Bruce’s work at the Raw Materials exhibition at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, until Sep 23 http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/raw-materials-four-american-artists-1972-2007
Here’s our current favourite Ruscha work: ‘Dance?’ This work was created using coffee, egg white, mustard, chilli sauce, ketchup and cheddar cheese, an American Diner in art form.
Adam at the Jenny Holzer/Bruce Nauman/Ed Ruscha/Lawrence Weiner exhibit in Bristol, 2012.
Bruce Nauman’s “Fifteen Pairs of Hands”
See work from Bruce Nauman at the Raw Materials exhibition, Bristol Museum & Art Gallery until Sep 23http://www.bristol.gov.uk/page/raw-materials-four-american-artists-exhibition
If you’ve enjoyed our Raw Materials exhibition, make sure you meet the man behind it all: Anthony D’Offay. We’ll be holding a talk on the 11th September, 6.30pm with the owner of Artist Rooms, the art collection from which works such as Jenny Holzer’s Inflammatory Essays have been borrowed. Book your tickets from the museum shop, pop in from 10am-4.30pm or phone 0117 922 3650
Milla Jovovich photographed by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue Italia, September 2012, artwork by Jenny Holzer