Marian Goodman announces an exhibition of new work by Gabriel Orozco at the London gallery, his first in the city since the 2011 retrospective at Tate Modern. He presents new paintings, scrolls, sculptures, drawings and photographs made over the last year in Japan and Mexico. The exhibition is accompanied by a newly commissioned text, entitled Wrappings, by Briony Fer. The itinerant nature of Gabriel Orozco’s practice has been a defining characteristic of his career, providing him with inspiration through travel and immersion in foreign cultures. In 2015 he took up residence in Japan where the majority of this exhibition was created, including a series of 28 collages on traditional scrolls. The scrolls are displayed both on the gallery walls and in their own individual wooden presentation boxes. While the compositions are characteristic of

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