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John Nixon, ‘GROUPS & PAIRS 2016-2020’, Anna Schwartz Gallery, 21 March – 24 April 2020

March 21, 2020

Buxton Contemporary Collection artist John Nixon will open a new exhibition GROUPS & PAIRS 2016-2020 at Anna Schwartz Gallery on the 21st of March running until the 24th of April 2020.

More than 80 new works will be included in this upcoming exhibition, with centralised themes of experimentation, analysis and development of radical modernism, minimalism, the monochrome, constructivism, non-objective art and the readymade, which are key reference points in Nixon’s work.

At the same time, Alpha60 will screen a performance video by Nixon in their store window at Flinders Lane.

For more information please visit the Anna Schwartz Gallery Click Here

Image: John Nixon, Untitled, 2019. Image courtesy of Sarah Cottier Gallery

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