Friday, 23 November 2012

New Possibilities: Abstract Painting from the 70s - Piper Gallery

Albert Irvin, Glow, 1971
As a fan of British abstract painting of the 1970s I am thrilled to see that New Possibilities: Abstract Painting from the 70s is at the Piper Gallery until 21 December.
The exhibition features 14 artists, all born between 1922 and 1950, and still working today: Frank Bowling, Graham Boyd, Barrie Cook, William Henderson, Albert Irvin, Tess Jaray, Jeanne Masoero, C. Morey de Morand, Mali Morris, Patricia Poullain, Desmond Rayner, Alice Sielle, Trevor Sutton and Gary Wragg. 
Trevor Sutton, That Swing, 4. K, 1979
Barrie Cook, Blue, Red and Yellow Grid, 1977
Gary Wragg,  Carnival, 1977-79
Graham Boyd, Descender, 1976
Mali Morris, Purple Heart, 1979
Desmond Rayner, Bull's Eye, 1979
William Henderson, Funky, Black and Catch Me, 1978
Colette Moray de Morand, There is Always More, 1978
Frank Bowling, Rush Green, 1977

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