On the ground floor gallery ‘Warp and Woof’, a sparkling granite boulder, has become something more than an inert mass. It tilts its weight to one side, its body repeating an intricately cut geometrical pattern which adjusts in scale to fit the form and gives the impression of something living. The mystery is underway.
Monthly Archives: May 2015
The Witches and Old Women Album At the start of the exhibition is a self portrait of Goya. At first glance he looks like a man who, unafraid of dark corners, could handle a street fight and relish it. But then again, the left eye looks down from the shadows as if into less friendly… Read more »
Food for the soul at the RA Sackler Galleries. Younger generation American Abstract Expressionist Richard Diebenkorn’s work celebrates the pursuit of painting, and it is fabulous. Even in his figurative period when he explored the human form and still life the architecture of his final Ocean Park series of abstract paintings is already alive within… Read more »