For his new exhibition, abstract artist Alexander Johnson drew inspiration from patterns in the photographs his father took whilst flying a Spitfire during World War II. These reemployed scrapbook images from his childhood of North African and Iberian vistas belie the violence and turmoil of the time with their seemingly simplistic, neon strokes. An inescapably charged subject matter makes for an interesting collection of abstract work. 11am – 6pm, except Mondays.
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