Internationally acclaimed painter Hurvin Anderson, whose exhibition of new work is on view at The Arts Club, discusses his process, themes, and concerns with cultural historian Michael Prokopow, who is preparing a monograph about the artist. The exhibition comprises work from two series—interior views of emigré barbershops in Britain and exterior landscapes in Jamaica. By bringing together these bodies of work, Anderson defines a conceptual and methodological throughline across his oeuvre in terms of structure, abstraction, and perception. Prokopow will draw on his deep knowledge of the artist to bring forth these and other threads in Anderson’s thinking and making. Tune in to learn more about Anderson’s exhibition at The Arts Club!
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