Art: Private View - Prunella Clough to 26 Sept Kettle's Yard, Cambridge
Saturday 07 August 1999
Clough has always resisted the idea of retrospectives, so opportunities to take a long look at her career have been rare, but a new exhibition in Cambridge reveals an unswerving continuity of thought and purpose. It isn't quite a retrospective, though the work spans more than 50 years; rather, it is an exploration of certain themes and links from one decade to the next - the sense of surprise that she brings to the ordinary things, objects or landscapes that provide the starting points for her very personal brand of abstract painting. Clough's is a quiet voice, but one that is constantly convincing.
Kettle's Yard, Castle Street, Cambridge (01223 352124) to 26 Sept
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