Victor Pasmore: Space as Motif, Works from 1960 – 1970
Marlborough Fine Art is pleased to present an exhibition of the work of one of the most prominent figures of post-war British art and architecture, Victor Pasmore (1908-1998).
The exhibition revisits abstract works shown in Pasmore’s lauded 1965 retrospective at the Tate, as well as others created in the years immediately prior to and after the show, illuminating a crucial stage in the artist’s long career. This is a unique chance to view works unseen by the public since 1965, including a mural painting on linen that Pasmore created on-site especially for the Tate exhibition. While it is listed in the catalogue raisonné, the mural was believed to have been destroyed after the exhibition and was only rediscovered in 2018.
Private View: Thursday 21 February, 6-8pm. Gallery Hours: Mon to Fri 10:00 - 17:30. Saturday, by appointment.
Marlborough Fine Art,
6 Albemarle Street, Greater London W1S 4BY
Tomorrow to Sat 30 Mar 2019