Phillips is hosting an exhibition dedicated to the celebrated artist Joana Vasconcelos at 30 Berkeley Square on view until the end of August. The exhibition, entitled Material World, includes over 40 works of art representing various periods of Vasconcelos’ career to date and coincides with the publication of a monograph on the artist, published by Thames and Hudson. Joana Vasconcelos (b. 1971) is known for her sculptures and installations that explore collective identity and consumer culture, using the banality of everyday objects to express often ironic themes and the politics of feminism. She came to international prominence at the 51st Venice Biennale in 2005 with A Noiva (The Bride) (2001-2005), a striking, 5-metre tall chandelier sculpture made with wire, cotton thread and over 14,000 tampons. In 2012, following in the footsteps of Jeff Koons and Takashi Murakami, Vasconcelos hosted a solo exhibition

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