White Cube gallery (London SW1) is now showing Ellsworth Kelly’s single, five-sided canvas entitled ‘Blue Panel’. Alone in its space, Kelly’s masterpiece reaffirms the vitality of American painting of the later 20th century. This painting seems to function almost as a sculptural relief, defining the margin between picture plane and surrounding space. The deep blue exudes a purification of colour within the irregularity of the form. The work is on show through 1 September.
Ellsworth Kelly at 100
This exhilarating and comprehensive show, celebrating the centennial of the artist’s birth, features 70 works, including paintings, sculptures, works on paper and some rarely shown photographs
Line & Color: The Nature of Ellsworth Kelly, Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena
This exhibition of Kelly’s work seeks to cut to the core of his practice, primarily through two sets of extraordinary lithographs from the mid-1960s, and traces a compelling link between his figurative and abstract work
Lluís Lleó: ‘It was important to me that the sandstone came from Spain and that I made them there’
Lluís Lleó talks about how, for his recent installation on Park Avenue, New York, he was inspired to use stones from Europe that referred to the history of murals and fresco painting as a way of re-establishing a relationship between old and new worlds
Colour Chart: Reinventing Colour, 1950 to Today
Pop art, performance art, conceptual art, abstract art, video art, installation art and even word art have all been made out of, inspired by, colour and the extensive new exhibition Colour Chart: Reinventing Colour snaking around the top floor of Tate Liverpool this summer is testament to this.