Prevalent to the celebrated portraits and immersive landscapes of Alex Katz is a pristine, flat surface and an economy of line, first developed by the artist in the 1950s. Katz’s minimal aesthetic was, at this time, both a reaction to Abstract Expressionism and an anticipation of Pop Art. In tandem with his painting practice, Katz is a prolific printmaker, and continues to explore three-dimensional space with sculptural cutouts, a technique first established by the artist in 1959.
|Duration||02 November 2018 - 21 December 2018|
|Times||Tuesday to Friday 10am–6pm, Saturday 11am–5pm.|
|Address||15 Carlos Place, London, W1K 2EX|
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