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REFLECTIONS ON THE SELF: FROM DÜRER TO STRUTH │ Christie’s, London → 5 September 2015

RUDOLF STINGEL, Untitled, 2010, oil on canvas, 131 × 102 1/4 inches (332.7 × 259.7 cm)
RUDOLF STINGEL, Untitled, 2010, oil on canvas, 131 × 102 1/4 inches (332.7 × 259.7 cm)

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ARTISTS INCLUDE
Maurizio Cattelan, Marlene Dumas, Albrecht Dürer, Lucian Freud, Francisco Goya, Richard Hamilton, Barbara Hepworth, Martin Kippenberger, LS Lowry, Sarah Lucas, Henri Matisse, Henry Moore, Edvard Munch, Albert Oehlen, Rembrandt van Rijn, Rudolf Stingel, Thomas Struth, Andy Warhol

“In an êj ẃr ɖ slfportrit hz arğbli bcm wn v ɖ most popylr viźl źãṛz, nt līst ʈru ɖ rîz v ɖ slfi, ɖs xbiśn sīcs t inrić âr undstandñ v its pârfl funẋn in śêpñ îdiyz v ɖ slf n îdentti”

Lucian Freud: Reflection (Self-Portrait), 1985. Oil on canvas, 22 x 19 7/8 in. (56 x 50.7cm.)
Lucian Freud: Reflection (Self-Portrait), 1985. Oil on canvas, 22 x 19 7/8 in. (56 x 50.7cm.)

Continue reading REFLECTIONS ON THE SELF: FROM DÜRER TO STRUTH │ Christie’s, London → 5 September 2015

SARAH LUCAS: TITS IN SPACE │ Whitworth, Manchester → 19 July 2015

Tits in Space, wallpaper, 2000, screenprint on paper
Tits in Space, wallpaper, 2000, screenprint on paper

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“Dvrs n smtmz plêfl apiṛnsz, harbrñ a mas v impliceśnz abt jendrsterịtîps, wor, deʈ, n ɖ vri we w cnsym ɖ wrld arnd s”

Sarah Lucas with her wallpaper Tits in Space, 2000, at the Whitechapel Gallery, 2013. Photo: Tina Hillier
Sarah Lucas with her wallpaper Tits in Space, 2000, at the Whitechapel Gallery, 2013. Photo: Tina Hillier

Sarah Crompton OBSERVER 10 May 2015
Louisa Buck TELEGRAPH 8 May 2015
BBC 6 May 2015
Charlotte Higgins GUARDIAN 6 May 2015
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Alastair Sooke TELEGRAPH 5 May 2015
Caroline Roux FINANCIAL TIMES 1 May 2015
Alastair Sooke TELEGRAPH 10 September 2013

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FACE VALUE: Portraiture from the Arts Council Collection │ Abbot Hall Art Gallery, Kendall → 13 June 2015

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Frank Auerbach, Vanessa Bell, Bruce Bernard, Richard Billingham, Peter Blake, David Bomberg, Reg Butler, Tracey Emin, Lucian Freud, Elisabeth Frink, Mark Gertler, Richard Greenhill, Brian Griffin, Siobhan Hapaska, Howard Hodgkin, Chris Killip, Sarah Lucas, Bernard Meninsky, Chris Ofili, Marc Quinn, William Patrick Roberts, Donald Rodney, Albert Rutherston, Jurgen Schadeberg, William Scott, Maud Sulter, Bedwyr Williams, Lynette Yiadom-Boakye, Bettina von Zwehl

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RUBENS AND HIS LEGACY: VAN DYCK TO CÉZANNE │ Royal Academy of Arts, London → 10 April 2015

Tiger, Lion and Leopard Hunt (detail), 1617
Tiger, Lion and Leopard Hunt (detail), 1616

(Posted 27 January 2015. The text is in an older version of Ñspel.)

“Pītr Pwl Rūbnz hz bn dscrîbd az ɖ prins v pêntrz. A bold clem? Juj fr yrslf at ɖs, ɖ frst mêjr ovrvy v hiz wrc n leġsi.

'The Garden of Love' (c. 1633), by Peter Paul Rubens
‘The Garden of Love’ (c. 1633), by Peter Paul Rubens

Rūbnz n Hiz Leġsi brñz tgɖr mastrpìsz pṛdyst jrñ hiz lîftîm, az wel az mêjr wrcs bî grt ātists hu wr inflụnst bî hm in ɖ jeṇrešnz ɖt folod. W si ɖ inflụns v Rūbnz in ɖ prints v Picaso n Rembrant, in ɖ pwtričr v Van Dîc, in ɖ huntñsìnz n dvošnl wrcs v Deḷqā, n in ɖ landsceps v Cunsṭbl n Gênzbra. It z a far-rīčñ n rmāc̣bl leġsi.

'Christ on the Straw', by Rubens, 1617-18. © Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp
‘Christ on the Straw’, by Rubens, 1617-18. © Royal Museum of Fine Arts Antwerp

Rūbnz, bst nôn fr hiz fleši nyd wimin, olso imbrest a brwd are v subjcts, fṛm rlijs n myʈ̇lojcl sìnz t landsceps n pwtrits. W lc at č v ɖz erı̣z ʈru ɖ lenz v six ʈīmz; pâr, lust, cmpašn, eḷgns, powtri n vayḷns.

Set t b wn v ɖ bgist specṭclz v 2015, ɖs z an unpreṣdntd oṗtyṇti t si mastrpìsz bî Rūbnz sîd bî sîd wɖ ɖ wrc v hiz ātistc érz.

La Peregrina
Cntemprri wrcs t jýn Rūbnz n Hiz Leġsi

Az pāt v ɖs landmāc xibišn, seḷbretd ātist n Royl Acaḍmišn Jeni Savil hz kretd La Peregrina, a prsnl n cntmprri rspons t Rūbnz n Hiz Leġsi.

Fr La Peregrina, Savil hz čozn a ṣlẋn v wrcs bî mêjr 20ʈ n 21st senčri ātists. Az wel az pêntñz bî Wiḷm d’Cūnñ, Pablo Picaso, Fransis Bêcn, Sẹra Lūc̣s, Lūšn Frýd n uɖrz, y cn si xtrōdnri ny wrc crietd bî Savil ispešli fr ɖs ocežn.

Jeni Savil z bst nôn fr hr lj-scêl ýlpêntñz v fīmel figrz. Wɖ hr dīp fasinešn in ɖ palṗbiḷti v fleš, xtreṃtiz v anaṭmi n ɖ gṛtesc, Savil’z ātwrc invocs ɖ inflụns v Rūbnz. Ɖ renj v wrcs š hz brwt tgɖr rflct bʈ hr prsnl rspons n dīp undrstandñ v wn v ɖ grt mastrz v āthistri.

Ẇɖr y ʈnc y lîc Rūbnz or nt, hiz inflụns runz ʈru ɖ paʈwez v pêntñ. Lîc Wōhol, h čenjd ɖ gem v āt. Jeni Savil RA”

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