Alan Green: A Survey

Annely Juda Fine Art presents an exhibition of paintings by Alan Green (1932 – 2003). The exhibition will offer a broad view of Green’s work, charting the vitality and evolution of his paintings from the early block paintings such as ‘Happy Christmas’ of 1972 through to the minimal and multi-part canvas works, the horizontal paintings and to the last disc works such as ‘Red Over White’ of 2001.  This comprehensive exhibition will comprise over 25 paintings and will be spread over two floors of the gallery.

Alan Green is one of the great British abstract artists whose formative years were spent in London in the 1960s, having studied at Beckenham School of Art and The Royal College of Art (in between which he served two years of national service in Korea).  By the mid–1960’s, in response perhaps to the influence of American abstract painting, Green began working on colour field paintings in which paint and its application dictated the form. He intended his paintings to function in two ways; as a two-dimensional pictorial space as well as a three-dimensional material object in real space. Green’s structured, painterly surfaces register changes in movement, colour and light revealed through the layers of their making.

Duration 31 March 2022 - 07 May 2022
Times Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm Saturdays 11am - 5pm
Cost Free
Venue Annely Juda Fine Art
Address 4th Floor 23 Dering Street, London, W1S 1AW
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