Using Bauhaus theater, Ikebana and Arte Povera as variant points of departure in his work, Ned Colclough’s sculptural assemblages encompass a visual style where formalism, minimalism, and neo-modernism are repositioned into abstract mediations. Balancing his sculptural elements–a vocabulary that includes found wood, stone, rope, and plaster–into orchestrated compositions, Colclough lends a lyrical and poetic relationship to both material and object. Colclough received his BFA from the NYSCC School of Art and Design in Alfred, NY. Recent exhibitions include a solo show at Nicelle Beauchene Gallery, New York and group shows at Halsey Mckay Gallery, East Hampton, NY; Zieher Smith, New York; Sara Meltzer Gallery, NY; and in curated exhibitions by Apartment Show. He is a recent recipient of the 140 Foundation Emerging Artist Grant. Colclough lives and works in Brooklyn, and is represented by Nicelle Beauchene Gallery.

Selected Press

Ned Colclough, Modern Painters, May 2012. (PDF)

Ned Colclough, Flash Art, Christopher Hart Chambers, April/May 2012. (PDF)