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Annie Morris
Annie Morris, 6 October13 November 2021, London
Timothy Taylor is pleased to present a new selection of sculptures, drawings and tapestries by British artist Annie Morris (b. 1978, London, UK). The exhibition will coincide with Morris’s first solo museum exhibition in the UK, When A Happy Thing Falls at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, and her inclusion in Frieze Sculpture 2021. The exhibition will be accompanied by a fully illustrated catalogue with a newly commissioned essay by the esteemed poet and art critic Rachel Spence.

Delicately varied brushwork and rich, jewel-toned hues vibrate across the surfaces of Morris’s sculptures, drawings and tapestries, which draw from the artist’s memories, experiences and the subconscious. Colour plays an important role across her practice, linking her sculptures to her drawing and tapestry work through a shared palette in rich shades of cobalt blue, burgundy, mustard yellow and earthy green. The drawings and tapestries incorporate figurative elements in addition to abstract marks and geometric grids: images of surreal frolicking women, flowers and trees mix with geometric grids and cryptic signs in far-ranging imaginary landscapes shaped by a freewheeling approach to line and form.
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