Exhibition Review - Jules de Balincourt: 'Stumbling Pioneers' Victoria Miro, London till 14th May 2016.

Thursday, May 12, 2016

Image of Victoria Miro, London with art exhibition review by Drenched Co.


 What purchase iridescence on a parting glance?
- Drenched Co.

Comment: "In de Balincourt's paintings I hear the familiar Nietzschean cry, "God is dead". And I marvel at how this artist uses humour to deal with the space that is left deserted, empty in His absence.   de Balincourt's humour is ambivalent, casually delicate and fundamentally pessimistic and it invents 'festivals of atonement' and 'sacred games' to find new meaning in a godless America. And this without obscuring any of its ills. I love the way the artist makes me feel his stumbling presence in his paintings as he completes his 'chapters' in a flurry of mad inspired activity." - FaSa



See http://www.victoria-miro.com/exhibitions/490/

See also http://www.soaked.space/2016/05/exhibition-review-jules-de-balincourt.html




Caption: Image above: Installation view   Jules de Balincourt©  Victoria Miro, London 2016 
Image courtesy of the artist and Victoria Miro, London.
We take great care not to harm the image in any way. It has not been cropped, altered, montaged or overlaid with text ( only in the separate sections below and above it) or manipulated in any way. Images are always used with supplied captions. And the views expressed here are solely those of the authors in their private capacity and do not in any way represent the views of the said artists or gallery. - Drenched Co.




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