Part of the joy of Gregory Hodge's new exhibition Figures, Lights, and Landscapes is that there's no one way to read his paintings. Created from highly pigmented, highly translucent acrylics and gels, these paintings mimic everything from collage to trompe l’oeil techniques to woven 17th century textiles. Hodge takes the modernist precedent of cutting up things that don’t necessarily belong together. The result: paintings that are utterly contemporary.

This exhibition closes 13th August, 2022.

Visit the online viewing room here: Figures Lights and Landscapes