4 August 2013 – Guerilla Galleries took a trip to Rochester, Kent to see ‘Moment to Moment’ an exhibition by Randy Klein. After touring in Italy, the exhibition moved to St Giles’ Cathderal, Edinburgh, then Ely Cathedral before appearing here at Rochester Cathedral until 26 August.
Klein’s work consistently explores a narrative. This narrative often is carried out in a modularity of work many small works which lead to one large story as seen in the 100 sculptures of ‘Moment to Moment’. Klein’s sculpture carries its physical weight lightly, forming a dialogue between the plastic nature of three dimensional work and a flowing spirituality with Cathedrals seeming the perfect home for them.
Randy Klein grew up in New York City but now resides in London, he lectured in Metal Sculpture at City and Islington College (not too far away from our Shoreditch TreeHouse) and designed the large scale entrance sculpture at Nunhead Station. We do love a bit of public art here at Guerilla Galleries.
Although we are gearing towards our own summer show RANDOM ACTS OF ARTISTRY 2 on 14-16 August, there’s no stopping us getting out and about to see what’s going on wherever we may be … if you happen to be in The Garden of England, Klein’s bronze sculptures are well worth a look.