Alan Cristea Gallery presents Linear Abstraction, an exhibition examining differing approaches to geometric abstraction in editioned form. By virtue of its constituent processes, printmaking offers the possibility to create, manipulate and define a mark or colour in far greater depth and precision than almost any other medium.
Featured in the show are works by Josef Albers, a founding member of the Bauhaus, who was one of the most influential printmakers of the twentieth century and Frank Stella, renowned for his minimalist aesthetic, as well as his innovative approach to abstraction in printmaking. The exhibition also includes graphic work by leading artists Eduardo Chillida, Ian Davenport, Ellsworth Kelly, Sol LeWitt, Robert Mangold, Bridget Riley, Sean Scully and Anni Albers.
Linear Abstraction runs concurrently with the exhibition of work by Richard Serra in the gallery's other exhibition space at 34 Cork Street.
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