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Abstract Expressionism at the Royal Academy

Abstract Expressionism at the Royal Academy

Abstract Expressionism was a watershed moment in the evolution of 20th-century art, yet remarkably, there has been no major survey of the movement since 1959. It is a movement that has been tainted with the political interference of the American Government who sought to position the movement, and by association, […]

by × November 14, 2016 × 0 comments

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John Hoyland: Power Stations Paintings at Newport Street Gallery

John Hoyland: Power Stations Paintings at Newport Street Gallery

The Newport Street Gallery is the culmination of a long stated Damien Hirst ambition – a desire to publicly show his private collection. It may also be part of an additional desire to prove that an artist can also be a gallerist and curator. Hirst of course broke the mould in 1988 as […]

by × October 10, 2015 × 2 comments

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Agnes Martin at Tate Modern, London

Agnes Martin at Tate Modern, London

My paintings have neither objects nor space nor time nor anything – no forms. They are light, lightness, about merging, about formlessness, breaking down form.  Agnes Martin, 1966 Agnes Martin is not for everyone. In sharp contrast to the eye-popping bling of the current The World Goes Pop exhibition a few […]

by × October 2, 2015 × 0 comments