One of Douglas Gordon’s largest exhibitions to date, ‘In My Shadow’ presents the Scottish artist’s work from the mid 90s to the present day, staging it as a play between light and dark, which has been a consistent theme in Gordon’s practice. His films and video installations are accompanied by sound and text work and photography, as well as his 2006 collaboration with Philippe Parreno: Zidane: A 21st-Century Portrait. Find out more from the ARoS Aarhaus Art Museum website.
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Zidane: A 21st Century Portrait (film still; 2006), Douglas Gordon and Philippe Parreno. Courtesy Studio lost but found, Berlin; Studio Philippe Parreno, Paris; Anna Lena Films, Paris; © Studio lost but found/VISDA
Phantom (film still; 2011), Douglas Gordon. Courtesy Studio lost but found and Rufus Wainright. ‘ALL DAYS ARE NIGHTS: SONGS FOR LULU’ used courtesy Decca Label Group. Photo: © Studio lost but found/VISDA
Îles flottantes (If Monet Met Cézanne, in Montfavet) (film still; 2008), Douglas Gordon. © Studio lost but found/VISDA