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11 October 2018

Frank Bowling paintings at Jessica McCormack’s

Designer Jessica McCormack is famous for her Georgian-style diamond jewelry. Every year, in her magnificent Mayfair townhouse boutique, she presents a selection of contemporary art pieces from the collection of her partner, Michael Rosenfeld. Now, for the first time, she is focusing on a single artist: Frank Bowling, a pioneer in Caribbean abstract painting. ‘I love Frank’s exploration in paint and colors and his use of light and movement. he has been working for decades but even the earlier paintings are as fresh and strong as if they had been mad today.’ 

Don’t wait too long to see the show, as three of his 10 works are leaving soon for the “Frank Bowling” Tate Britain retrospective.

 

Until the beginning of 2019, « Frank Bowling » at Jessica McCormack’s – 7 Carlos Place, Mayfair, London

31 mai-26 août 2019, « Frank Bowling » retrospective at the Tate Britain

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