If that all sounds high in concept, that's because it is. But that doesn't mean Hodges is inaccessible, as a diminutive new show at Stephen Friedman proves. His usual themes are out in full force: we gaze down into a river, reflecting trees, in 'Nez Perce...' - a painting, removed from the gallery wall and placed on a table. 'Skin' surprises us: what looks like a pile of linen is in fact made of bronze: the ephemeral is made eternal.
A tiny, lovely show.
|What||Jim Hodges exhibition, Stephen Friedman|
|Where||Stephen Friedman, 25-28 Old Burlington Street, London, W1S 3AN | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Green Park (underground)|
10 Jun 16 – 23 Jul 16, Tuesday to Friday, 10am - 6pm and Saturday, 11am - 5pm
|Website||Click here for more information|