Exhibition

Peripheral Vision:images of rural Spain and Wales

20 Feb 2019 – 25 Feb 2019

Event times

20th-23rd Feb 10am-6pm
25th Feb 10am-3pm

Cost of entry

Free

Four Corners

London, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • Buses: D6, 8,
  • Tube: Bethnal Green
  • Train: Bethnal Green

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What future does the landscape have once its resources are exhausted? This exhibition showcases the work of two artists who, in different ways, consider the impact of man upon our rural environment.

About

This exhibition showcases the work of two artists who consider the landscape from sympathetic yet unsentimental perspectives. In Frank Ferrie’s resonantly sombre paintings of disused Welsh slate mines, and Mark Stuart Smith’s turbulent panoramic drawings of a Spanish woodland there are no visible horizons, only a sense of uneasy immersion and proximity. The show brings together paintings, drawings, prints, and photographs to reflect on how these landscapes have been worked, then abandoned, and finally transformed into visual spectacle.

Curators

Mark Stuart-Smith and Frank Ferrie

Exhibiting artists

Frank Ferrie

Mark Stuart-Smith

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