‘Double Take’ Exhibition On Appropriation Opening In London

Art & Culture

Skarstedt in London has announced its forthcoming exhibition 'Double Take', which looks at the theme of appropriation and how it has been explored by different generations of artists using photography. It aims to explore the continued power of pictures in shaping ideas of identity, gender, race, desire and sexuality. Double Take features works by leading artists from the 1960s to the present day, starting with Robert Heinecken’s seminal series of photograms 'Are You Rea', as well as works by leading ‘Pictures Generation’ artists, including Richard Prince, Barbara Kruger and Louise Lawler. The exhibition also showcases works by a younger generation, including Anne Collier, Roe Ethridge and Steven Shearer.

'Double Take' will be at Skarstedt, London from 7 March – 22 April 2017 and full info can be found HERE. Image: © Richard Prince, courtesy of Skarstedt.

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