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29.5 cm x 42 cm
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About the artwork
Clive Hodgson's abstract paintings playfully investigate symmetry and repetition, often deliberately making use of decorative forms as a way of refusing meaning. Frequently, both the artist's signature and the date of the painting are given prominent placement, becoming a significant part of the canvas's content. In Title TBC, light reflected from a small mirror becomes a spotlight for Hodgson’s signature, similarly placing what is usually peripheral at the centre of the work.
About the artist
Clive Hodgson (b.1953). Recent solo exhibitions include: Tatjana Pieters, Ghent, Belgium (2016); Bruce Haines, London (2016); Carlton Place, Glasgow (2013); White Columns, New York (2014). Selected group shows include: July, The Approach, London, UK (2014).
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