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Colours are coming to London!


When the 'events' section is not enough to deliver excitement about the upcoming exhibitions... This short post works as a reminder that colours are coming to London!



I was pleasantly surprised by the works of Dora Maurer at Tate Modern. This Hungarian artist (b.1937) needs to be examined in a lot more than ten minutes before closing time. Colourful experimentation and documented processes captured my attention quickly, making me contemplate possible/doable future projects. Her background in Graphic Design was another point why after coming home I started checking her online. Here is what I found: there will be another exhibition dedicated to this artist.


(!) See Dora Maurer at White Cube Bermondsey, 12 September – 3 November 2019



Also, educational/methodological practice emerges in other artists works. In 1963, Josef Albers published one of the most influential art and design books of the twentieth century, Interaction of Color, as a handbook and teaching aid for his experimental way of observing, studying and teaching colour. His works alongside with Bridget Riley, Sol LeWitt and others will be on display in Septemper.


(!!) See The Interaction of Colour at Alan Christea Gallery, 7 September - 26 October 2019




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