Alison Jacques Gallery to host a virtual talk on Carol Rhodes

To coincide with the first exhibition of work by Carol Rhodes at Alison Jacques Gallery in London, artist Sara Barker, editor-at-large at ArtReview Oliver Basciano and editor-at-large at frieze Jennifer Higgie will discuss the artist’s life and work in a virtual talk on Tuesday 18 May at 6pm BST.

Throughout her career, Rhodes produced a highly individual body of paintings describing the encroachment of human activity and occupation upon ‘natural’ landscapes. Primarily adopting aerial viewpoints, Rhodes favoured what she called ‘hidden areas’ or ‘left-over land’: industrial estates, airports, motorways and reservoirs, unpeopled and existing at the margin of more defined (urban or rural) environments.

Carol Rhodes was born in Edinburgh, Scotland, in 1959; she died in Glasgow, Scotland, in 2018.

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