Julian Grater's new work opens a painterly dialogue with the uncertainty and delicacy of the Arctic's natural phenomena, and through contemplative and elegiac reflection, he physically and psychologically constructs his landscapes. Grater's work sits on the border of a figurative and abstract style, representing mountainous scenes, weather stations, and the presence of man in the seemingly infinite white landscapes of the Sub Arctic and Arctic North. Grater's work subtly blends the borders between contemporary science, art and politics. The exhibition presents not the conclusion of a body of work but the genesis of a project that will develop for many years to come.
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