Jackie Wullschlager reviews Piano Nobile exhibition

The Financial Times
May 17, 2016

The Chief Visual Arts Critic of the Financial Times, Jackie Wullschlager, included the gallery's current Aspects of Abstraction 1952-2007 exhibition in her Visual Arts round-up. Wullschlager writes of the show "That story [of abstraction in Europe after the war] is amplified in its British context in a broad exploration of how abstraction evolved from embattled 1950s positions - William Scott, Terry Frost - through radical rethinking by Bridget Riley, Anthony Caro, William Pye and others, to become a 21st-century common currency". 


For further information on the exhibition, which is accompanied by a catalogue with an essay by Margaret Garlake, please click here