Installation images of Simeon Barclay's exhibition at Workplace in London, artworks, sculpture and video are cast in filtered blue light of a night club
Installation images of Simeon Barclay's exhibition at Workplace in London, artworks, sculpture and video are cast in filtered blue light of a night club
Installation images of Simeon Barclay's exhibition at Workplace in London, artworks, sculpture and video are cast in filtered blue light of a night club
Installation images of Simeon Barclay's exhibition at Workplace in London, artworks, sculpture and video are cast in filtered blue light of a night club
Installation images of Simeon Barclay's exhibition at Workplace in London, artworks, sculpture and video are cast in filtered blue light of a night club
Installation images of Simeon Barclay's exhibition at Workplace in London, artworks, sculpture and video are cast in filtered blue light of a night club
Installation images of Simeon Barclay's exhibition at Workplace in London, artworks, sculpture and video are cast in filtered blue light of a night club
Installation images of Simeon Barclay's exhibition at Workplace in London, artworks, sculpture and video are cast in filtered blue light of a night club
Installation images of Simeon Barclay's exhibition at Workplace in London, artworks, sculpture and video are cast in filtered blue light of a night club
Venue
WORKPLACE
Venue
40 Margaret Street

London,

UK

Date
9 September – 28 October 2021

Workplace is pleased to present England's Lost Camelot, an exhibition of new multi-media and installation works by British artist Simeon Barclay.

England's Lost Camelot is Barclay’s first solo show with Workplace and will open this September at the gallery's West End location. The exhibition takes as its starting point the legacy of the gallant knight, examining the persistence of its associated iconography in British folklore and its lasting influence in the construction of still prevalent ideas of masculinity. Combining research of this medieval legend with reference to popular culture and his personal biography, Barclay continues to explore the contestation, and strategic negotiation of cultural narratives that influence our behaviour and conformity to archetypes.


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