Lou Cantor – The Labour of Watching. Difficulty of Seeing / Leto Gallery, Warsaw / ArtReview, Summer Issue 2016 / Phoebe Blatton


In Summer Issue of ArtReview you could read a reviev of Lou Cantor’s exhibition ‘The Labour of Watching. Difficulty of Seeing’ presented at LETO:

“Further into the show, a series of bright-blue aluminium crash-test barriers are wall-mounted at head height in what seems like a conventional gallery hang, simultaneously aping the crash-test technicians’ ‘exhibitions’ (they apperently use the same word). These raw, appropriated ‘sculptures’ conjure a range of masculine associations, from the dudelike ‘woah’ you can’t help but utter on inspecting the tengible damage, to formal echoes of those defining ‘masters’ of twentieth-century sculpture, Donald Judd and Claes Oldenburg.”