The New Contemporary Art Magazine

Tag: Lucy Glendinning

Lucy Glendinning’s figures carry absorbing, yet unsettling textures alien to the human body. The artist uses material like wax, duck feathers, timber, jesmonite, glass, and other materials for her strange, often fetal-positioned characters. For some, Glendinning's work may recall the feather-based sculptures of Kate MccGwire, last featured on here. A past statement offers some insight on Glendinning’s vision.

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