Covering 1960s and 1970s neo-pop pieces that reflect his time in London; via his thick, painterly canvases portraying massive desolate, drowning cities; to his multi-layered screen print/painting interventions of topographical cities and crowds in the 1990s; and finally to his intimate contemplations of city life, social commentary, surveillance and human existence in the later years.
Using real world environmental elements and the unmoving human face to confront the viewer and draw focus to the tension between them.
(Formerly Brenda May Gallery)
409b George Street Waterloo NSW Australia 2017 t: (0)2 9318 1122 e: email@example.com
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