Gregor Kregar: Reflective Lullaby

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Gregor Kregar: Reflective Lullaby, 2018. Published by Gow Langsford Gallery and Gregor Kregar.

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Gregor Kregar: Reflective Lullaby

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Gregor Kregar is a highly respected New Zealand contemporary artist, whose practice is socially and politically engaged, spatially conscious, complex and generous. The monograph Gregor Kregar: Reflective Lullabies explores the multi-faceted nature of the artist’s practice, featuring essays by Mark Amery, Bruce E. Phillips, Dr. Zara Stanhope and Dr. Lara Strongman, with a forward by Rhana Devenport. It is the most comprehensive volume on his work to date.

Rhana Devenport introduces Gregor Kregar as “unfailingly dedicated to the work of being a sculptor; to making, thinking spatially, testing and expanding the possibility of form and its encounter.” His practice is energized, employing an extensive range of media including stainless steel, neon, recycled timber, glass and ceramics. In his architectural configurations, Phillips describes Kregar as an advocate for “the constructive potential of recycled materials and our ability to use them to reconfigure our reality,” while Amery reflects on the political nature of Kregar’s use of the figure. Stepping across genres, Kregar has a unique ability as to lead the viewer down new avenues of thought. As Devenport describes, he offers possibilities for us “to consider, observe and encounter the world as it is, as it was, and as it might be.”

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