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Shaped from clay and cast in bronze, Rebecca Warren's sculpture evokes a handmade physicality and an earthy sensuality. Deeply engaged with the history of sculpture and particularly the female nude - the curved, pulled and pinched modelled line of 'Waterfall' (2017) presents a refreshingly contemporary perspective.
This exclusive multiple for Counter Editions coincides with Warren's first major UK museum solo show 'ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWS', the inaugural exhibition in the new extension at Tate St Ives.
Rebecca Warren's sculptures develop long-standing lines of sculptural enquiry into the history of art. It's an enquiry that can be traced back to its prehistoric magical inception, through ideals of representation of the human, to modern and postmodern reduction. In this process, inevitably, it takes in the work of canonical male artists such as Boccioni, Degas, Renoir, De Kooning, as well as cartoonist Robert Crumb. Warren's position regarding her antecedents is very much a fluid one, moving from homage to caricature, from celebration to willful dissolution.