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Prunella Clough

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The Ground Around – Vilma Gold   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Waseem Ahmed, Prunella Clough, Morris Cox, Norman Dilworth, Ian Hamilton Finlay, Saul Fletcher, Isa Genzken, Ull Hohn, Jochen Klein, Paul Nash, Manfred Pernice, Dan Peterman, Carol Rhodes, Wolfgang Tillmans at Vilma Gold June 6th, 2010 - July 11th, 2010
Posted 6/19/10
    Art’s depiction of the earth has come a long way from the glorifying landscapes of Turner and Constable.  Landscape painting as a genre continues, and may well always retain its niche over the conservative mantelpiece, but the ways in which artists choose to represent the awesome power of the earth over its inhabitants, and indeed humanity’s attempts to master its surroundings, have branched out far beyond the picturesque watercolour.  Vilma Gold’s The Ground Around brings together... [more]
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Waiting..   Pick-button-f22fa879042524f5c7b8d2278b2983b8
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Michael Andrews, Frank Auerbach, Robert Sargent Austin, Sir Cecil Beaton, Tony Bevan, Edmund Blampied, Gerald Leslie Brockhurst, Edward Burra, Patrick Caulfield, Prunella Clough, Charles Conder, John Copley, John Craxton, Lucian Freud, Harold Gilman, Charles Ginner, Colin Hayes, David Hockney, Leonard Huskinson, Augustus John, Gwen John, R B Kitaj, Leon Kossoff, Percy Wyndham Lewis, Jock McFadyen, Paul Nash, Sir William Nicholson, Chris Ofili, Sir William Orpen, Chris Orr, Raymond Ray-Jones, Albert Richards, Walter Richard Sickert, Sir Stanley Spencer, Graham Sutherland, Gerald Wilde, Victor Willing, Madame Yevonde at Whitechapel Gallery January 9th, 2010 - March 14th, 2010
Posted 1/23/10
  The guest curator, Paula Rego, has chosen the title Thresholds for this selection of prints, drawings and photographs that date from the beginning of the 20th century. Rego claims that the link between the 50 works on display is one of anticipation, containing an element of suspense. The people illustrated are “on the brink of something.” This is the fourth Whitechapel exhibition in a series sponsored by the British Council, which has an extensive collection of British art. For 75... [more]
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Prunella Clough at Annely Juda Fine Art January 29th, 2009 - March 21st, 2009
Posted 3/3/09
Prunella Clough came to be seen as the quiet voice of British abstraction, yet since her death ten years ago it has continued to resonate where more assertive voices have faded away. What was it about this ‘art world recluse’ who found poetry in our urban debris? In a recent essay the analyst and critic Adam Phillips explores the difference between two kinds of creative experience: one where the artist seeks to fashion himself, the other where he or she intends to reveal something separate and... [more]
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