D.I.Y. by Richard Woods

The artist's latest site-specific installation traverses art and design for a look at the ubiquity of modern renovation

by Andrea DiCenzo Seductively simple and impishly clever, Richard Woods‘ signature exaggerated wood grain takes new shape in a site-specific show at London’s Alan Cristea Gallery this month. “D.I.Y.” sees the artist simultaneously mock and pay tribute to “the cult of renovation” sweeping the modern world by covering the gallery in his block-printed parquetry, which is exacerbated by “Offcuts” and “Remnants”—two new series of woodcut …