We are pleased to announce Stand Still, a two-person exhibition bringing together the work of Abraham Kritzman and Eyal Sasson.
At first sight, Eyal Sasson and Abraham Kritzman seem to draw from completely different aesthetics and subject matters: Kritzman’s woodcut prints, pedestal-like plaster sculptures, graphite drawings and diluted oil diptychs, are all saturated in an austere, dark palette of murky colours. They stand in direct contrast to Sasson’s bright coloured, graphic, even child-like marker paintings and three-dimensional paper-cut pop-ups, all depicting hallucinatory landscapes or upside-down worlds. – Keren Goldberg
Gallery: Danielle Arnaud, London
Private view: Thursday 4th May 6-9pm
Artists Talk: Friday 5th May 2.30pm
Exhibition on view until Saturday 3rd June 2017