Installation view of Julian Charrière: Towards No Earthly Pole at Sean Kelly, New York / Photo Jason Wyche, New York, Courtesy Sean Kelly, New York
Towards No Earthly Pole / Julian Charrière
Jan 31 – Mar 21, 2020
Sean Kelly Gallery
New York, USA

Filmed at night, the dazzling landscapes captured are dramatically lit by a spotlight carried on a drone; as light tracks across the dark terrain, incredible shapes and tonalities are revealed. Sean Kelly Gallery is pleased to present Towards No Earthly Pole, Julian Charrière in his second solo exhibition with the gallery.

Recognized as one of the most innovative and prominent artists of his generation, Charrière is renowned for a complex discipline that links artistic and scientific inquiry, coalescing ecology, geology, archaeology, physics, historical inquiry, and nomadic exploration. Centered around the US premiere of Charrière’s video work of the same name, the exhibition continues Charrière’s exploration into how human civilization and the natural landscape are inextricably linked.

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