There is little information to accompany the show but we can expect work installed around a space that is varied in its media, and narrative and figurative in its subject. Lythgoe’s titles seem always crucial to his work and recent shows such as Never Land Alone, a duo exhibit with Jack Lavender in Paris and I am Getting Sicker, at Almanac’s Turin space early last year, hosted many intricate titles of work that act like sentences freshly cut out of conversations.
Lythgoe’s most recent body of work for example has included several headboards, some slightly defaced and some brought to life. This will be Almanac’s second London show in its new space, following a solo show by Maria Gorodeckaya last month.
See the Almanac website for (limited) details.**
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