Darren Almond is one of the most acclaimed creators of the generation known as Young British Artists, which revolutionized the international artistic landscape in the ‘90s. Unlike his generational peers, his work avoids extravagance and provocation to develop a complex discourse of great emotional power. Almond has worked in cinema, photography, sculpture and drawing to establish an elaborate, emotive and flexible practice that revolves around time and history, as well as the effects of industrialization.
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