6 - 8pm, Tuesday 9th Nov
Hughie O'Donoghue - Deep Water and the Architecture of Memory
Marlborough London presents Deep Water and the Architecture of Memory, an exhibition of large-scale works by Hughie O’Donoghue RA (born 1953).
At the core of this new body of work is the artist’s deep-rooted interest in interrogating the way memory is forged through generations. Inspired by his own memories as a child, the substantial works on tarpaulin exhibited in the show capture the gradually decaying MV Plassy wrecked in a storm off the coast of Inisheer in 1960.
Deep Water and the Architecture of Memory celebrates the artist’s singular ability to excavate history in an almost archaeological manner to investigate the compelling themes of memory and identity.
Mayfair 6 Albemarle St, W1S 4BY