Published  03/12/2013
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Jules de Balincourt: Itinerant Ones

Jules de Balincourt: Itinerant Ones

Balincourt’s exhibition is titled - after one of the paintings in this show - Itinerant Ones. Itinerant is described in the dictionary as meaning a person who travels from place to place for duty or business – but Balincourt’s images – his compositions and the people in them - wander about in body and appear to wonder with inquisitive mind for a myriad of intriguing and different reasons. As the accompanying gallery text tells us, Ballincourt is interested in both personal and social depictions of humanity.

Victoria Miro Gallery, Wharf Road, London
16 November – 20 December 2013

Written and presented by MK Palomar
Filmed by Martin Kennedy

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