Blain|Southern London Hill Street

Venue  |  Exhibitions  |  Reviews

Rachel Howard at Blain Southern

by James Cahill
describes the psychiatric syndrome in which two people enter a shared delusion, or more colloquially, the playacted ‘game’ often formulated privately by couples. But delusions or secret flights of fancy are not what spring to mind in the face of Rachel Howard’s disconcerting new works at Blain Southern. Executed in her characteristic combination of household gloss paint, acrylic and oil, the works are closer in mood to her bleak and oblique Suicide Paintings from 2007, in which sketchy... [more]
Posted by James Cahill on 12/4/11