The guardian | Mark Brown:
It is a dreamlike, or possibly nightmarish, art installation – a huge, menacing, fluorescent Richard Branson and a jazz saxophone played discordantly by an apparently naked man. The work by Benedict Drew opens to the public at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool on Friday.
It is owned by the Arts Council Collection (ACC), this year celebrating its 70th birthday, and its unveiling coincided with the launch of a new exhibition and 2017 programme. Leading figures in the art world gathered at the Walker to hear details of new plans for ACC exhibitions at four national partner galleries: the Walker, the Towner in Eastbourne, Birmingham Museums Trust and Yorkshire Sculpture Park… Read more
Image: Orange cables protrude from the eyes, apparently controlling foil-covered beating heart sculptures. Photograph: Fabio de Paola for the Guardian