Working and shifting across mediums – photography, drawing and painting – British contemporary artist Richard Caldicott’s work is inextricably linked through its minimal aesthetic and focus. His early photographs of precise arrangements of Tupperware and everyday objects placed like trophies against painted backdrops are striking compositions of chromatic color and form. The use and elevation of these usually mundane, household...
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