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Tim Noble & Sue Webster's 'dick and slit' sculptures explore relationship dynamics & self-image via… https://t.co/5PrVXbWesN
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Beautiful collaboration between artist Eduardo Sarabia and @deltoroshoes https://t.co/0SuMQ5AWsi https://t.co/USBAfRzC1r
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Last Day at @LAArtShow – see some pictures of our booth here: https://t.co/3O5aB7WaW8 https://t.co/vHyvPbtooZ
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Hard as Fuck: #HarlandMiller new release on show @LAArtShow. Our booth also features works by #JohnHoylandhttps://t.co/ck2StJLIfv
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@RobSawyerUK Thank you. More pictures to come but you can see the work here: https://t.co/nfkmhzfVFb
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.@LAArtShow opens to the public today – join us booth 312 to discover works by #DamienHirst #HarlandMiller &more!… https://t.co/j6xYvJw8X6
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Works by Gavin Turk and Wolfe von Lenkiewicz will be on show at @GalleryGriffin from 12th Jan – 24th Feb 2017… https://t.co/eyicG3U514
2 weeks ago

'Thin Slivers of Hope' at Ground Floor Left

April 6, 2011 by Kay

‘One can literally ‘step’ through and across the surface of one of Paul Manners new paintings. Stepping with the eye is an alarming, contradictory and pleasurable experience. It involves working with and against the painting’s surface and includes generosity and seduction, and equally a type of dissent and failure. Turbulence occurs where the eye is asked to navigate the surface of these abstract paintings through peaks and troughs, through materiality and illusionism. The new work is assembled and constructed as well as conventionally painted.’ Alexis Harding, March 2011 Extract from “Notes from Paul Manners studio”

For more information on this exhibition, visit www.groundfloorleft.co.uk