Found out that Mr. Goldsworthy has some new installations, and a couple on new shows going on. Here’s the lowdown.
[Immediately tell it’s a Goldsworthy.]
I thought this little nugget was quite interesting;
For many people, Goldsworthy’s works with blood and excrement are disturbing. But the artist says he is only trying to reflect nature in all its facets. “Things like blood and urine are difficult things to work with, in that I don’t want to be gratuitously shocking,” Goldsworthy says. “But in the landscape and on farms you can’t go far without coming across something that is shitty, bloody or dead.”
What a guy.
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Andy Goldsworthy has an exhibition of staggering and jaw dropping deliciousness at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park until January (http://ysp.co.uk/view.aspx?id=457).
Hurry, Hurry, Hurry.
There are more pictures (and a very brief review) on my blog page at http://web.mac.com/blackpittsgarden