Written by Liz Hoggard, Journalist and author
Review of Out of the Rectangle, Gazelli Art House, Dover Street, London W1 until 13 May 2023
‘We live in rectangles. Much of our visual art is bound by rectangles: billboards, images online, films, magazines, Fine Art… credit cards, passports, medical cards… Something so ubiquitous is worth questioning and disrupting,’ the British-American artist Jann Haworth writes in the introduction to her new show. After the Covid pandemic, Haworth says she felt the need to make softer pieces to get away from the rigidity of stretched canvas.
Image courtesy of Jan Howarth
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