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Wolf, Arran Gregory

icy geometric mirrored beauties wow at Dalston exhibition...

Wolf, Arran Gregory
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The creases and edges really give the works an icy, cracked effect, which the artist says examines themes of primitiveness in nature...

Photo © Ravi Sidhu

You know how sometimes you look in the mirror and there’s a beast staring back…?

Multi-skilled artist Arran Gregory has opened the doors on his third solo exhibition, Wolf, at Dalston’s hip Print House Gallery. The exhibition includes print and illustration work, but the stars of the show are the fantastically striking mirrored animal sculptures.

Constructed using flat geometric mirrored pieces, the rhino head and full-body wolf of the exhibition title are the second and third sculptures from Gregory’s ongoing Mirrored Animal Collection. The creases and edges really give the works an icy, cracked effect, which the artist says examines themes of primitiveness in nature. They’re also a lot more PC than shooting and stuffing a real one. The show runs until 5th September.

Wolf, Arran Gregory

Photo © Ravi Sidhu

Wolf, Arran Gregory

Photo © Tida Finch

Wolf, Arran Gregory
Wolf, Arran Gregory
Wolf, Arran Gregory
Wolf, Arran Gregory
Wolf, Arran Gregory

Photos © Ravi Sidhu

Wolf, Arran Gregory

Photo © Tida Finch

Wolf, Arran Gregory
Wolf, Arran Gregory
Wolf, Arran Gregory
Wolf, Arran Gregory

Photos © Ravi Sidhu

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