Work categories:Transforming Films Sculptures Chinese Whispers Dutch Golden Age - Flower Paintings Dutch Golden Age - Portraits Pixelated Paintings Neon Line Drawings Composite Portraits Light Paintings Neon Details Grid Pictures Spectrum Circles Luminograms Vertical Lines Colour Spirals Light Drawings Multi-Coloured Lines Neon Landscapes Mag Lights Coloured Light Projections Light Paintings Harmonographs Orbs Photographs Seascapes Icelandic Poppies Ben-Day Dot Postcard Details Painting Photographs Paint Pigment Photographs Paper Photograph Paper Photograms Yoga Photograms Diamond Photograms Touched Other Photograms Neon Works Neon Line Drawings Postcards from Vegas Neon Light Works Miscellaneous Sculptures Unconscious Paintings Public Perception of Colour
23 May – 13 October 2018
5A Bathurst Street, London W2 2SD
Rob and Nick Carter’s latest exhibition Bloemen at RN at 5A features a collection of works created over the last 10 years based around Dutch flower paintings from the Golden Age. Mediums span from Cibachrome prints made using a Camera Obscura, to the Carters acclaimed film works and their large-scale Dutch Golden Age Collage Tapestry.
The mixed media exhibition showcases the artists pre-occupation with the boundaries between the real and the imagined, the analogue and the digital and the traditional and the contemporary.