Jonathan Baldock: Facecrime at Bluecoat

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Jonathan Baldock: Facecrime at Bluecoat
Installation view: Jonathan Baldock, Facecrime, solo exhibition, Camden Arts Centre, London, 2019. Courtesy the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery, London. Photo: Luke Walker.

Jonathan Baldock Facecrime at Bluecoat, City Centre, Until 21 June 2020, free entry - Visit now

Bluecoat in Liverpool presents artist Jonathan Baldock’s first solo exhibition, Facecrime.

The main installation contains a landscape of ceramic columns inspired by cuneiform-inscribed tablets (an early system of writing) dating from 2500BC. The columns are also adorned with weaving, basketry and glass drawn from different eras of labour, folklore and storytelling like an archeological find from a parallel universe.

Jonathan Baldock was Freelands Foundation artist in residence at Bluecoat in 2018.

Jonathan Baldock Facecrime at Bluecoat, City Centre

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