File 3 - Stuart Brisley: Black

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Stuart Brisley: Black

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  • 1996 (Creation)

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Installation photographs of the solo exhibition Stuart Brisley: Black which took place at the South London Gallery from 29 May to 7 July 1996. The exhibition included paintings, prints and sculptures. Most of the works exhibited had its source material used by the press, images of the IRA / British conflict, of Royalty and more symbolic imagery demonstrating the artist's strong and forceful view of the state of Britain and some of its most enduring institutions. The exhibition was supported by Henry Moore Foundation, the Elephant Trust and UNISON.

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