Frestonian Gallery is delighted to present work by contemporary and modern artists exploring the boundless possibilities of geometric abstraction. The precisely measured and exquisitely realised lines of Sol LeWitt, Bridget Riley and Lothar Goetz, contrast with the more painterly employment of standard geometric forms as are found in the work of Andre Lanskoy and William Stein. Also included are works that subvert the 'high' mathematical air, such as in the incidentally formed linear patterns in the works of Dan ShawTown, or in the tongueincheek appropriation, by Eduardo Paolozzi in his seminal printwork 'B.A.S.H' 1971, of Frank Stella's grand abstract motifs.
Colour / Balance will run at Frestonian Gallery, west London, until 11th January 2020.
COLOUR / BALANCE: Sonia Delaunay, Lothar Goetz, Andre Lanskoy, Sol LeWitt, Eduardo Paolozzi, Bridget Riley, Dan ShawTown & William Stein
Forthcoming exhibition
11 December 2019  11 January 2020
 Bridget Riley, Large Fragment, 2006
 Bridget Riley, Rose Horizontal, 2018
 Bridget Riley, Arcadia 6 , 2013

Lothat Goetz, Geometry, 2017, 70 x 55cm
 Bridget Riley, Sylvan, 2000
 William Stein, Serdica, 2016
 Eduardo Paolozzi, B.A.S.H (Blue), 1971
 Sonia Delaunay, Mallarmé  Poésie de mots, Poésie de couleurs, 1961
 Eduardo Paolozzi, The Sun Dissolves While Man Looks Away From The Unborn Child Mesmerized By The New Technologies, 1988
 Sol LeWitt, Arcs from 4 Corners, 1986
 Sonia Delaunay, Grande Icône, c.1970