November 2 – December 22 2017
This exhibition re-visits the contributions of radical abstract painters in the 1960s and 70s. Focusing on lyrical, post-painterly abstraction, the exhibition presents work by Kenneth Noland, Morris Louis, Sam Gilliam, Ed Clark and Frank Bowling that re-defines abstract painting in American following Abstract Expressionism. By finding new ways to apply paint to canvas, focusing on expressive use of colour, and championing improvisational techniques, the artists in this exhibition pushed the language of abstract painting forward.
Thursday 2nd of November, 2017
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Tube: Green Park (7 min walk)
Train: Piccadilly Circus Station (6 min walk)