Posts tagged Paintings
A Review of Slippage at The Post_Institute, Brixton, London

The corpus of postmodern abstraction and contemporary gambits on show demonstrated a clear hypothesis: the increasingly discursive fabric of painting in the expanded field. Drawing from this open legacy is the inaugural show of The Post_Institute, Slippage: Performative Utterances in Painting, an exhibition of five artists which similarly educes the hermeneutics of painting and its increasingly heterogeneous vernacular.

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An Interview with the British painter Hugo Hamper Potts in his London Studio.

The British artist Hugo Hamper Potts and I met on an autumnal evening of Soho exhibition openings before the beginning of the Frieze art fair. Dressed in an assortment of workman's attire and textured fabrics, his sartorial flare was aligned with his character. The 24 year-old painter was born into a family of artists and is now based in London and works in an Elephant Hotel studio alongside his artistic partner Jack Penny. 

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