Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon at The Icon Gallery in Birmingham 

Shared drawing with paint & ink features in my new header. 

Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon have been working in collaboration since the 1990s, mainly in sculpture. Their methodology is either to work in the same studio on a sculpture or drawing or exchange versions allowing the work to evolve.

Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon, I Can’t Stand the Rain, 2019, Paint, collage, ink, paper. 150cm x 185 cm, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.
Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon, I Can’t Stand the Rain, 2019, Paint, collage, ink, paper. 150cm x 185 cm, Ikon Gallery, Birmingham

I Can’t Stand The Rain is a collaborative drawing from their current exhibition at the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham. The exhibition, We Thought About It A Lot, and other shared drawings, is only available to see until 21st November so hurry!

Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon, Ready Rubbed, 1999 Bronze, stainless steel, mdf 135cm × 38cm × 40cm cm Courtesy, Photo Ollie Hammick. Ikon Gallery, Birmingham.
Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon, Ready Rubbed, 1999, bronze, stainless steel, mdf 135cm × 38cm × 40cm cm, Photo Ollie Hammick.

One Comment Add yours

  1. Susie says:

    Hi love the mixed media effect and the idea of two artists collaborating – looks a visual feast

    Like

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