Josiah McElheny's third exhibition at the White Cube galleries, Interactions of the Abstract Body, showcases glass sculptures inspired by 20th-century artists and designers, and the Italian architect, glass and furniture maker Carlo Scarpa. The New-York based artist uses the installations to examine how fashion and modernism have intersected and influenced one another.
In 2000, Jay Jopling's pioneering White Cube gallery - the spiritual home of the Young British Artists - upped sticks from its original home in St James's for a big new space on Hoxton Square. Jopling (who is, after all, the son of a Conservative MP) must have missed the respectable charms of Belgravia - for he opened this second White Cube gallery back in St James's. More about White Cube Mason's Yard
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