Ostendarp Murals on Display in London

Mural by Carl Ostendarp.
Ostendarp's murals envelop the gallery spaces and provide the context in which other artists' works are displayed. photo / Damian Griffiths and Pace London
Mural by Carl Ostendarp.
The exhibition explores the influence of the cartoon on contemporary art. photo / Damian Griffiths and Pace London
Mural by Carl Ostendarp.
Wall murals by Carl Ostendarp at Pace Gallery in London. photo / Damian Griffiths and Pace London
Mural by Carl Ostendarp.
Everything Falls Faster than an Anvil is on view at Pace Gallery in London until June 18, 2014. photo / Damian Griffiths and Pace London
Mural by Carl Ostendarp.
Wall murals by Carl Ostendarp at Pace Gallery in London. photo / Damian Griffiths and Pace London
Ostendarp's murals envelop the gallery spaces and provide the context in which other artists' works are displayed. photo / Damian Griffiths and Pace London The exhibition explores the influence of the cartoon on contemporary art. photo / Damian Griffiths and Pace London Wall murals by Carl Ostendarp at Pace Gallery in London. photo / Damian Griffiths and Pace London Everything Falls Faster than an Anvil is on view at Pace Gallery in London until June 18, 2014. photo / Damian Griffiths and Pace London Wall murals by Carl Ostendarp at Pace Gallery in London. photo / Damian Griffiths and Pace London
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May 12, 2014

Site-specific, wall-to-ceiling drip murals by Carl Ostendarp are part of a group show titled Everything Falls Faster than an Anvil on view at Pace gallery in London until June 18. Ostendarp is an assistant professor and director of graduate studies in the Department of Art.

Ostendarp's murals envelop the gallery spaces and provide the context in which other artists' works are displayed.

Curated by CHEWDAY'S, the exhibition explores the influence of the cartoon on contemporary art, and features work by emerging artists in dialogue with established contemporary art figures, including Ostendarp.

Other exhibitors in the show include Catharine Ahearn, Alistair Frost, Philip Guston, Ella Kruglyanskaya, Tala Madani, Yoan Mudry, Marlie Mul, Yoshitomo Nara, Claes Oldenburg, Oliver Osborne, Tørbjørn Rødland, Paul Thek, Peter Wächtler, and John Wesley.