Exhibition Review - Anj Smith:'Phosphor on the Palms' Hauser & Wirth London till Nov 21st 2015.

Anj's fragile veils, 
lay thin and shredded,
betray a breach 
between surf and cloud, 
between neurosis and obsession,
between reality and imagination. - Drenched Co

Comment: "Ms Smith paints herself into and out of her paintings with beautifully rendered fine veils that seem to trap and free her thoughts and her tremendous cast all at the same time."- FaSa

Key: See the poem ‘Fabliau of Florida’ by Wallace Stevens (1879 – 1955).

See http://www.hauserwirth.com/exhibitions/2565/anj-smith-phosphor-on-the-palms/view/

Caption: Installation view - Hauser & Wirth London.
Image Courtesy of the artist and Hauser & Wirth London.
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