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Ben Brown Fine Arts presents Epistrophies and Heads, an exhibition of recent paintings by British artist Tony Bevan at their London gallery. This will be Bevan’s twelfth exhibition with the gallery and marks the second part of their comprehensive exhibition, following the earlier works from this series displayed at the Hong Kong gallery in September 2023.
Over the last fifty years, Bevan has emerged as one of Britain's foremost figurative painters. The artist’s work has explored a cohesive yet dynamic evolution of thematic investigations. His works often feature trees, landscapes, architectural constructions and heads. This exhibition showcases Bevan’s latest series, Epistrophies, in which the artist explores the rhythmic, abstract, infinite possibilities inspired by a singular motif, a tree, which he encountered near his home over many winters. These works will be presented alongside Bevan’s iconic Heads paintings, with which he has taken on a looser, more abstract approach as this series progresses. Exhibited together, the repetitive forms and complex structures of these works offer a meditation and myriad associations to the viewer, suggestive of the human form and its intricate internal, external and psychological systems.
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