Jonathan Jone gives Alison Wilding's solo exhibition at the De La Warr Pavilion a four-star review in the Guardian.
Jones advocates Wilding as an 'alchemist whose art is full of romance and mystery', refering to works such as Red Skies, 1992 and Drowned, 1993. Demonstrating the 'dreamlike abstractions', Jones draws paralells between the role of the artist's materials and a 'connection with the natural world' through titles such as Cuckoo I, 2015.
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June 22, 2018