Undoubtedly, if the Tate's new acquisitions are anything to go by, among the works to be hung at the completed Bankside Gallery will be the paintings of Fiona Rae, painterly Wunderkind of the Hirst generation. Rae's latest efforts, which go on view at Waddington's next Wednesday reveal that the artist, still only 32, has come a long way since her first controversial outing in the 1990 British Art Show. These new, panoramic canvases, with their Delaunay-esque underpinning, re-state Rae's position as a major force of contemporary British painting.
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