REVIEW | The EY Exhibition: Cezanne – Tate Modern, London

The EY Exhibition: Cezanne at Tate Modern, London, is practically a flawless presentation of the artist’s best landscapes, nudes, portraits, and still lifes. It’s impossible to overstate the outstanding quality of work exhibited and the excellent groupings of related pieces. Impressively, the show manages to highlight the materiality of Cezanne’s oil paintings and watercolours. DueContinue reading “REVIEW | The EY Exhibition: Cezanne – Tate Modern, London”

Top 5 London Art Exhibitions 2017: A Personal Selection

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays everyone! As festive cheer spreads throughout the country, let’s look at some of the best exhibitions this year. Below are my top 5 exhibitions of 2017 in London, in addition to some special honourable mentions:

“Colour and I are one. I am a painter” – Paul Klee retrospective at Tate

Art does not reproduce the visible; rather, it makes visible. The above is the opening sentence to Paul Klee’s Creative Confessions, a critical text written in 1920 that reflects on the artist’s thinking and creative processes. He sees the visual piece as a record of movement, a journey through unploughed fields, rivers, fog, a “flashContinue reading ““Colour and I are one. I am a painter” – Paul Klee retrospective at Tate”