24 January 2015

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Luc Tuymans Quiet Restrained, And At Times Unsettling New Exhibition

Luc Tuymans is widely credited with having contributed to the revival of painting in the 1990s, Tuymans continues to assert his relevance by addressing a diverse range of topics. In a new exhibition at the David Zwirner gallery in London, the work remains quiet, restrained, and at times unsettling, his works engage equally with questions […]

18 August 2014

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Jack Bilbo: Modernist Fighter for Humanity New London Exhibition

A  new exhibition of works by Jack Bilbo (1907–1967) is to be mounted at London’s David Zwirner Gallery, organised in collaboration with The Estate of Jack Bilbo and England & Co. Spanning four decades of artistic production, the exhibition will focus on Bilbo’s ink drawings from the 1940s, highlighting his unique pairing of imagery with […]