kenny hunter: 'like water in water' at conner contemporary art, washington DC
jun 01, 2009
kenny hunter: 'like water in water' at conner contemporary art, washington DC

kenny hunter: ‘like water in water’
conner contemporary art, washington DC
may 30 to july 25, 2009

‘like water in water’, 2009
made from resin, jesmonite, steel and paint
image © kenny hunter
courtesy of conner contemporary art

scottish artist kenny hunter is known for altering conventions of monumental sculpture
to describe tensions between the natural world and the man-made environment.
through sculptural installations and screen prints, hunter exposes reveals nature’s
adaptations to human encroachment. he currently has a solo-exhibition on show at the
conner contemporary art in washington, DC.

‘roche rooks’, 2009
made from jesmonite and paint
image © kenny hunter
courtesy of conner contemporary art

‘the unknown’, 2009
made from bronze
image © kenny hunter
courtesy of conner contemporary art

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