Darren Almond, ‘Tears’, 2010, Alfonso Artiaco

About Darren Almond

Darren Almond creates films, photographs, and sculptures that explore the notion of experienced and abstract time within both the historical and personal realms. From his large-scale digital clocks such as Mono Chrono Pneumatic Red (2007) to the moonlit long-exposure shots of beautiful and desolate natural settings in his “Full Moon” series (2000-), Almond’s oeuvre explores the emotional impact of waiting and anticipation, imbuing his works with a quiet, mystical quality.

British, b. 1971, Wigan, United Kingdom, based in London, United Kingdom

Solo Shows

2017
MUDAM Museum of Modern Art, Luxembourg, 
Luxembourg City, Luxembourg,
Timescape
2016
Hong Kong,
Time and Being
2014
London, UK,
To Leave a Light Impression
2010
London, UK,
The Principle of Moments
2008
London, UK,
Moons of the Iapetus Ocean
2003
London, UK,
11 miles......from Safety
1997
London, UK,
Fan

Group Shows

2016
Tokyo ,
Art Basel 2016
2013
2013
New York,
A Discourse on Plants
2004
London, UK,
Eclipse Towards the edge of the visible
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