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Viewing Idris Khan, The Seasons Turn at Victoria Miro

In lockdown Idris Khan produced a new body of work exploring the tumult of 2020. Now it’s the subject of an IRL solo show at Victoria Miro London.

The Seasons Turn includes two distinct installations. The largest comprises a suite of 28 watercolour and oil collaged works on paper that are stamped with fragments of the score of Vivaldi’s baroque masterpiece The Four Seasons.

There are seven works illustrating each season. As you move around the gallery, the colours change to reflect subtle seasonal shifts: lush greens and yellows of summer give way to the burnished hues of autumn.

Elsewhere, there is a series of mesmerising blue paintings — a colour the artist describes as having ‘an immediate effect on emotion’ — which are layered with the artist’s thoughts, feelings and responses to 2020. This show advocates for a slower, more considered way of looking. Just what we need.

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13 April 2021 — 15 May 2021
Victoria Miro
The Wick - Federico Zandomeneghi, Study of a Woman from Behind, 1890-97. Pastel on cardboard, 48 x 38 cm. Galleria D'Arte Moderna, Milan. Photo: © Comune di Milano
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Viewing Impressionists on Paper: Degas to Toulouse-Lautrec

The Wick - Wedgwood Caryatid, 2023
glaze on porcelain
233.7 x 78.7 x 53.3 cm, 92 x 31 x 21 in
© Francesca DiMattio, 2023
Photo: Karen Pearson
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Viewing Francesca DiMattio: Wedgwood

The Wick - Scott Monks, Rankin Live, 2023 ©Rankin
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Viewing RankinLive at 47 Carnaby Street

The Wick - Daisy Collingridge

Viewing Daisy Collingridge, Splanchnic

The Wick - Christian Marclay
Vertical Cuts (White Door)
Altered wooden door
194.6 x 27.5 x 13.5 cm | 76 5/8 x 10 13/16 x 5 5/16 in.
© Christian Marclay. Photo © White Cube (Theo Christelis)
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Viewing Christian Marclay: Doors

Visual Arts
The Wick - Cog X
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Doing Cog X 2023

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