Ken Kiff: Recent Work
A Mead Gallery Exhibition
Sat 24 May – Sat 28 Jun 1997
ON SHOW IN LIBRARY EXHIBITION ROOM WHILE MEAD GALLERY CLOSED FOR REFURBISHMENT
Ken Kiff has been painting and printmaking since the 1960s. This exhibition brings together his most recent monoprints, etchings, woodcuts and lithographs and includes work relating to his time as Associate Artist at the National Gallery. Kiff’s work takes a whimsical approach to the natural world. His strange and fantastic compositions describe places where figures, animals and birds play out elusive narratives. As with his painted works, he allows images to evolve slowly, taking months or years to bring them to completion.