The New Contemporary Art Magazine

Tag: Gerry Judah

Mundane elements of city life like cars, bicycles, and architecture become sites for imaginative play in Gerry Judah's sculptural work, which often combines the otherworldly and the utilitarian. From his various flying car installations to his recent "Bengal" series, in which models of religious temples precariously balance on top of bicycles, Judah initially captivates viewers with spectacle. But the attention-grabbing visual components are what lead one to explore the more serious themes that Judah broaches.

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