Sarah Morris

  • Born in 1967, in United Kingdom
  • Lives and works in Long Island City (United States)

Anna Gaskell

Since the end of the 1990s, Sarah Morris has been developing a dual vision of urban spaces and architecture through her paintings and films, forming a body of work that reflects hyper-modernity. Morris’ films are set in specific social and urban contexts, focusing on well-known places.

In The Collection

Exhibition of the Collection

From 27 October 2014 to 25 November 2014

Inaugural Hang

Curated to complement Frank Gehry’s architecture, the first hang displays a selection of emblematic works from the four themes of the collection (Contemplative, Pop, Expressionist, Music/Sound) by Christian Boltanski, Pierre Huyghe, Bertrand Lavier, Gerhard Richter and Thomas Schütte. As part of his commission for the auditorium, one room is dedicated to the works of Ellsworth Kelly.