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When Rick Lowe co-founded Project Row Houses in 1993, he brought an entirely new dimension to the notion of ‘social sculpture’. In collaboration with other creatives and thinkers, the project transformed a small area of derelict shotgun houses in Houston’s Third Ward into a vibrant cultural district. His first solo show with Gagosian unites the conceptual and communal aspects of his work. New abstract paintings have evolved from ongoing public community projects involving civic organisation, political agitation, real estate development, and architectural criticism. The works in ‘Meditations on Social Sculpture’ offer, as Lowe puts it, ‘an opportunity to think about the issues of equity and urban planning in a more conceptual way.’

541 West 24th Street, New York

Rick Lowe: ‘Meditations on Social Sculpture’

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Organiser Gagosian

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