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'Aspects of Abstraction 1952-2007' reviewed by Rebecca Wallersteiner

Feature on Piano Nobile's summer exhibition
June 16, 2016

Piano Nobile's current exhibition, Aspects of Abstraction 1952-2007, has been reviewed by Rebecca Wallersteiner for the Notting Hill Holland Park magazine and the Kensington and Chelsea magazine. She writes, "Terry Frost, Bridget Riley and Howard Hodgkin reacted against the drabness and social insularity of the post-war period with exuberant palettes and freer styles of expression that paved the way for artists in the swinging 1960s."

 

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