Monthly Archives: September 2015

Agnes Martin at Tate Modern to 11 October 2015

In looking for beauty and order Agnes Martin found it in a limited range of grids, colour and tonal range. Nature is at the heart of her work but also, it seems, is a need to order its chaos, to hone it within her grids to something without threat where we respond to its beauty… Read more »

Joseph Cornell ‘Wanderlust’ at Sackler Galleries to 27 September 2015

If you feel the need to absent yourself temporarily from the material world, visit the Sackler galleries this week to feast on Joseph Cornell’s amazing multi-layered universe. In the theatrical, fairy tale ‘Palace’ a forest of twigs stands impenetrable behind a white castle, its mirror-windows reflecting your image back at you. It sits in a… Read more »

Barbara Hepworth at Tate Modern to 25 October 2015

Sculpture for a Modern World Early in this exhibition there is a Henry Moore marble ‘Snake’ that speaks entirely of limbless Garden of Eden serpent-ness sitting in a cabinet with a spare and elegant John Skeaping ‘Fish’ and a Barbara Hepworth lumpy green onyx ‘Toad’ (1928) which casts no light on her future as a… Read more »

ELP Summer Show Exhibition

I will be showing prints with ELP members at the East London Printmakers Summer Show at The Embassy Tea Gallery 195-205 Union Street London SE1 0PB Exhibition dates: 16-27 September 2015 Private view: Tuesday 15 September from 6-9pm All welcome.