British artist Nick Gentry. Portraits and sculptures created from publicly sourced materials
The making of 'BIOS'
The making of 'BIOS' USB cables, x-rays and film negatives, 220cm x 60cm From 29th June until 6th September 2015 a specially commissioned sculpture by Gentry will be publicly displayed in the Barbican Centre in London. Inspired by the DNA double helix form, a series of 21 giant sculptures have been designed by artists and designers including Ai Weiwei and Zaha Hadid. The sculptures will be auctioned at Christie's on 30th September 2015 to raise funds for Cancer Research UK and to help complete the construction of the Francis Crick Institute, a new biomedical research facility being built at London’s King’s Cross. See the full gallery of sculptures here.
Synthetic Daydreams - solo exhibition at Robert Fontaine Gallery
Synthetic Daydreams - showreel
Nick Gentry on Euromaxx
British artist Nick Gentry grew up with floppy disks, stored computer games on them, and swapped them with his friends. Now he uses the plastic diskettes as canvases for his creations - with spectacular success.
Collective Memory - showreel
Soundtrack: 'Black Milk' by Massive Attack
Solo Exhibition at Robert Fontaine Gallery
Solo exhibition at Robert Fontaine Gallery in Miami, USA.
14th April 2012 Copyright Florent Garcia and Robert Fontaine Gallery
Urban Masters group show
Production : Beyonder Realisation : David Maginot Music : Wild Belle - It's Too Late (Snakehips Remix) Curators:
Jean-David Malat & Florie-Anne Mondoloni for Opera Gallery Creative sponsor: ANV
Obsolete - showreel of paintings
Paintings by London artist Nick Gentry. Made using floppy disks and other outdated media formats.
Preparation for the solo exhibition at Robert Fontaine Gallery