Join Turner prize nominated artist Paul Noble at Cristea Roberts Gallery for an informal talk about his latest body of work.
Paul Noble, known for his monumental drawing project 'Nobson Newtown', a project he began over 20 years ago, which depicts a fictional metropolis will be giving a free talk about his newest body of work, entitled 'Rooms with Wallpaper' at the Cristea Roberts Gallery. These meticulous etchings with aquatint are depictions of what the artist describes as ‘sublime prisons’, which show the possibility of freedom within containment. The images portray a section of a seemingly endless room with no doors or windows; no escape, which offer us a different relationship to space and being in space. They play with the idea of foreground and background while somehow resisting being perspectival. They almost verge on the abstract with their repetition of vertical lines of graduating tonality. Paul Noble's new work is on display at the Cristea Roberts Gallery from 13 February - 21 March 2020.
Spaces are limited and allocated on a first come, first serve basis.
Saturday 22nd of February, 2020
12:00 PM - 1:00 PM
Tube: Green Park Station (8 min walk)
Train: Piccadilly Circus Station (8 min walk)