News - Carl Randall
We’ve long been fans of Carl Randall’s crowd portraits and sketches, and were very excited to be invited to his latest solo exhibition in London last month. Carl's skilfully executed individual studies of the people of Tokyo give a unique insight into the anonymity of being a city dweller, and present a personal response to the people and places of Tokyo city, as seen through the eyes of a visiting UK artist.
As described by his friend, the accalimed author of Cloud Atlas, David Mitchell, Carl's work is “sentient. It knows it’s alive. His paintings are worlds that you live in, as much as places you look at.”
This month, don’t miss your chance to see 16 of his works in his solo exhibition at the Daiwa Anglo Japanese Foundation in London.
If you would like to hear Carl talk about his work and experiences in Japan you can also attend an artist’s talk this week on 13th February 2014, 6pm – 8pm