11 FEBRUARY - 27 MARCH 2021
Alison Jacques Gallery is proud to present its first exhibition of work by Carol Rhodes (1959–2018). Organised in partnership with the Carol Rhodes Estate, whose curator Andrew Mummery worked closely with the artist for much of her career, the exhibition will include landmark paintings and rarely-shown drawings dating between 1995 and 2016.
Throughout her career, Rhodes produced a highly individual body of paintings describing the encroachment of human activity and occupation upon ‘natural’ landscapes. Primarily adopting aerial viewpoints, Rhodes favoured what she called ‘hidden areas’ or ‘left-over land’: industrial estates, airports, motorways and reservoirs, unpeopled and existing at the margin of more defined (urban or rural) environments.
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