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Vija Celmins: To Fix the Image in Memory

Vija Celmins, Suspended Plane, 1966; oil on canvas

Best known for her photorealist drawings and paintings in monochrome or grey tones, Celmins’ work has always shown a fascination with what we see, how we see it, and the experience of seeing itself. ‘To Fix the Image in Memory’ presents some of Celmins’ most iconic works. Review by Rosanna van Mierlo

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Beatrice Gibson: Crone Music

Beatrice Gibson, Deux Soeurs Qui Ne Sont Pas Soeurs (Two Sisters who Are Not Sisters) Crone Music, Installation View, Camden Arts Centre 2019

Slightly obscured by a mass of literary and cinematic citations Beatrice Gibson’s ‘Crone Music’ contains a powerful narration of maternal fantasies and a study of the anxieties of millennial parenthood. Review by Piers Masterson

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