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Danh Vo, "Chicxulub," White Cube Bermondsey, September 11—November, 2, 2020), © the artist, photo © White Cube (Theo Christelis).

Danh Vo: Chicxulub

Katy Donoghue

18 September 2020

White Cube Bermondsey presents “Chicxulub,” a new show of work by Danh Vo. The pastoral exhibition was created on the artist’s farm in East Germany, comprised of living plants, a scaffolded tree, a monumental American flag made from chopped wood, stained glass, religious statues, and cardboard packaging. Vo revisits themes like the seduction and violence of Catholicism, the global export of religion and marketing, as well as nature’s interconnection. Visitors will feel a sense of escapism, nostalgia, and self-awareness in “Chicxulub,” taking place across Bermondsey galleries.

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