Relive Cecily Brown at Blenheim Palace, the British-born, New York-based artist’s major solo exhibition, comprised entirely of new works. Considered one of the foremost painters of her generation, Brown is best known for her vivid, gestural paintings which toy between abstraction and figuration in turn. For this exhibition, Brown developed a new body of work responding to Blenheim’s history as an English country estate and its world-renowned permanent collection of paintings, tapestries and decorative arts.
The catalogue includes exclusive installation photography, an interview of Brown by Blenheim Art Foundation director Michael Frahm, and catalogue essays by Anders Kold and Dr Carol Jacobi.
Edited and published by Blenheim Art Foundation.
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