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Legacies and Visits- Roger Hilton

The weight  and legacy of Modernism embraced rather than avoided.

Instead an invitation to visit.

Firstly Roger Hilton- drunk and constantly with his poet friend. 72 more words


A RADICAL VIEW: WILLIAM GEAR AS CURATOR 1958–64 │ Towner, Eastbourne → 31 August 2015


“So sxesfl wz h in incrisñ ɖ rpytešn v Tânr, ɖt in 1962 ɖ Obzrvr nyzpêpr hêld it az ‘ɖ most g-ahd mynisipl gaḷri v its sîz in ɖ cuntri’.” 89 more words


NO SET RULES │ Ben Uri Gallery and Museum, London → 15 June 2015

Gillian Ayres, Untitled (Abstract), pastel & charcoal on paper, 45.7 x 49.8 cm 1962/63. Reproduced courtesy Gillian Ayres. Schlee Collection, Southampton

Leon Kossoff, Christ Church, Spitalfields, Spring, 1992, etching and aquatint on paper, 84 x 64 cm, © Leon Kossoff. 569 more words


Roger Hilton, CBE. 1911 -1975 Researched by Angela Ball

Roger Hildesheim was born in Northwood, Middlesex in 1911. The family name was changed to Hilton during the First World War due to anti German feeling. 564 more words

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BRILLIANT COLOUR │ Falmouth Art Gallery │ 20 September → 22 November 2014

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“Grês Gādnr wz fîv ẇn hr frst xperimnts in abstraẋn bgan, n hr lîf wz dvotd t abstract āt evr sns. 111 more words


Chris Stevens on the contingent and provisional in Roger Hilton's paintings

“the emphasis on the layers of half-erased charcoal that results in a kind of web of allusive marks demonstrates the painting to be contingent and provisional, open to further change and development. 105 more words