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Leonardo Drew

Living and working in Brooklyn, New York, Leonardo Drew’s abstract works, made from an outpouring of chaotic elements, create installations that express immense tension and turbulence. The artist’s new work, Number 360 (2023), commissioned for YSP’s 18th-century Chapel, is a powerful reflection on the weight of collective experience, memory, and the cycles of life and death, decay and regeneration. This resonates within a historic building where many lives have been played out for centuries – unknown to us, yet somehow conveyed by the atmosphere of the space.

Drew joins several artists in responding to the Chapel, which was built in 1740 and is a singular, contemplative place. Projects here set out to connect emotionally with a wide humanity and to be welcoming to everyone.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park. 18th March - 29th October 2023. £10 / Concessions


Leonardo Drew, Number 8, 1988.

© Leonardo Drew.

Courtesy the artist and Galerie Lelong & Co.

Photo © Frank Stewart



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