Studio Show

I recently published a review of the work of Jeff Tutt, an artist also mentioned earlier on this blog. I can’t add much more to what I said in the review, except that it might be too much about local circumstances and not enough about the work itself. But then that is one consequence of the position I’m developing – that it’s not always necessary to say something about an artwork. Simpler work attracts my interest more than evident complexity, but that’s an aspect of the attraction to difficulty, one of the most pleasurable features of art. Simplicity is no longer simple.

Jeff Tutt's show in Josh Thorpe's studio, Toronto 2014

Jeff Tutt’s show in Josh Thorpe’s studio, Toronto 2014

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