An interesting exhibition which mostly engages the mind rather than the senses. There’s humour (some scatological), politics made more powerful by the absence of emotion – a sharp commentary on the late 20th/early 21st Century. The map of the growing/diminishing territory of Israel/Palestine a direct and effective statement. And then, his painting ‘Lobby’ is a place in which the plant life looks uncomfortably out of place within this man-made vacuum. It’s a soulless hotel reception endlessly reflecting on itself in pristine mirrored pillars, the threat of a ghastly limbo world with a staircase on the right, like Jacob’s Ladder, rising to the blue-sky ceiling without the promise of something beyond. A world apart from Matisse and his cut-outs on the next floor – an entirely different journey.