Tracing the Century: arbitrary and puzzling, but with gems

3 thoughts on “Tracing the Century: arbitrary and puzzling, but with gems”

  1. Thank you for this. I wanted to see the show because it was one of those oddball gatherings together under a loose topic. I like having a diversity of stuff to link, or not link, but which throws up familiar and unfamiliar, the long forgotten, the challenging, and the delightful – and am particularly interested in drawing and in figurative subject matter. However, I was not able to get to Liverpool for it, and there seems to be no catalogue – which would have been a consolation prize – so I was delighted to find your usual in-depth post on the exhibition.

    1. I’m glad you appreciated it, Olga, but I’m afraid it was a rather partial review – both in the sense of choosing what I liked (though, in an exhibition like this, I feel sure no-one could have liked everything) and being selective, not comprehensive like a catalogue. Thanks for reading!

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