Exhibition Review - Chris Agnew':'Dither' Kristin Hjellegjerde, London till 6th Feb 2016.

Image of Kristin Hjellegjerde gallery, London with art exhibition review by Drenched Co.

Chris precisely defaces his defaced subject-matter. - Drenched Co.

Comment: "At his show, it struck me that Chris is an iconographer whose subject is iconology -as in he makes art that uses the material, techniques and methods employed by iconographers but he paints (or doesn't) about the problems inherent in identification, description and interpretation. Chris, who is interested in the bigger questions of truth and belief, subverts 'image-writing' by subverting his subjects, his methods and even tries to do that which is rationally impossible - finish a painting that is meant to be unfinished. Chris' struggles with contradictions and his amazing technical prowess makes his work fascinating. I, though, loved 'The mighty grip of fate' best." - FaSa

See http://kristinhjellegjerde.com/exhibitions/19/overview/

See also http://www.woundsthatbind.com/2016/02/exhibition-review-chris-agnewdither.html

Caption: Image above: Installation view    Chris Agnew©   Kristin Hjellegjerde, London  2016 
Image courtesy of the artist and Kristin Hjellegjerde, London.
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