Timothy Taylor Gallery opens exhibition of works by British artist Richard …

LONDON.- Timothy Taylor Gallery announces its third exhibition with the British artist Richard Patterson.

One of the YBAs to emerge in the late 1980s, and a participant in both the Freeze and Sensation exhibitions which helped to define a generation, Pattersonʼs work has only been seen occasionally in the UK since his move to the US, and this survey exhibition gives a welcome overview of the past 15 years of painting, by this most intriguing and thoughtful of artists.

Pattersonʼs compositions are often complex multivalent constructs, switching between meticulous realism and deft, rehearsed passages of abstraction sometimes even on the same canvas. As Toby Kamps has observed “Patterson achieves – technically and thematically – a thrilling simultaneity of images and ideas”. His paintings run

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