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Claire Phillips

Claire Phillips is a London-based researcher and writer for an international blue chip gallery. She regularly contributes to publications including Aesthetica, Art Papers, The Seen, and this is tomorrow, where she also serves as Editor.

Jennifer Packer: The Eye Is Not Satisfied With Seeing

At the heart of Packer’s first institutional show outside the US is the desire to make visible the invisible and do justice to stories like Sandra Bland’s, creating space in which to mourn Black deaths.


Life in 2020 is starting to feel like one big can of worms. That is how David Shrigley seems to think we might be feeling about it in any case. For his largest solo exhibition to date, DO NOT TOUCH THE WORMS (2020), the Turner Prize-nominee known for his distinctly wry British humor has filled a gallery of Copenhagen Contemporary’s industrial warehouse on Refshaleøen island with twenty, larger-than-life, inflatable replicas of the pink, writhing creatures.


The Brooklyn Rail

MAY 2021

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