Dale Frank, The Crotch swelling of the crotchet king 10, 2019. Varnish and epoxyglass on perspex, 150 x 100cm. Courtesy: the artist and Gow Langsford Gallery, Auckland.
The paintings of celebrated contemporary Australian artist Dale Frank have long mesmerised viewers, their characteristically colourful surfaces at once seductive and sublime. Over a successful international career spanning four decades, Frank has continuously experimented with the conceptual and formal properties of paint, asking first: how does paint move? And then: how does painting move us? Mounted across both gallery spaces, Gow Langsford Gallery presents a new body of work painted on mirrored perspex, emphasising the physical experience of his paintings.
Exhibition opens: 5–7pm Tuesday 26 November 2019
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