The Scottish minimalist unveils a beguiling environmental artwork, while rude pots and satirical wall hangings are the focus of the ceramicist’s new show
Scotland’s minimalist Michelangelo creates another beguiling environmental artwork. Wright uses paint, drawing, gilding and stained glass to shape delicate, suggestive, site-specific installations that simultaneously revel in tradition – recreating the lost arts of fresco and Renaissance perspective – and express the throwaway modern moment. Most of his works are destroyed after being exhibited, but since winning the Turner prize he has created more permanent pieces.
The Modern Institute, Glasgow, to 26 August