I like Frank Moore’s latest paintings, a lot different from his abstracts of past years. These are really strong and worth studying.
The eighth show in the Corke Art Gallery’s ‘10 Exhibitions in 10 Weeks’ series is a solo show featuring the latest work by Frank Moore which embraces mythology, history and the present day, combined with references from literature, film and television.
The paintings deal with issues centred on the misuse of power within politics, religion, conflict, the aristocracy and social policy. Using a mixture of different disciplines, the work attempts to be satirical through fictional and non‐fictional representations.
The Human condition has always been of great interest and the paintings aim to represent the sense of disdain and cynicism of the people who wield power.
A Sense of Reality Where None is Present – Frank Moore
9 -13 November 2010
at Corke Gallery
Gallery Opening Hours: Tue- Fri 2pm – 6pm, Sat 10am – 2pm