'No one is watching you: Ronnie van Hout' at Buxton Contemporary

10th Jul 2018

Ronnie van Hout’s solo exhibition 'No one is watching you: Ronnie van Hout', curated by Melissa Keys, opens tomorrow night at Buxton Contemporary. Showcasing over thirty years of artistic practice alongside newly commissioned installations, this exhibition surveys van Hout’s absurdist impressions of the contemporary human condition through an array of sculptural, video, photographic, embroidered and text-based works. ‘No one is watching you’ will open to the public on July 12 and remain on view until 21 October.

(image: Ronnie van Hout ‘Handwalk’ 2015 (film still))