These five pictures are based on a painting by Winston Churchill, or rather on a black-and-white photograph of one of his paintings. Churchill often painted with the help of a photograph, and here we have paintings of photographs of paintings of photographs. Depicted on a grid, there's nothing to see close up but a series of black and white squares; the image comes into focus as you move further away. It's a witty, inventive idea reminiscent of Gerhard Richter's work.
Jason & Rhodes, 4 New Burlington Place, London W1 (0171-434 1768) to 26 Sept
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