Taking a break from his usual themes of pop culture, society, and political issues, French artist, Jules de Balincourt dedicated his latest project to the study of place and time. Or rather lack there of. Weekends in the park, holidays at the beach, and nights by the campfire reveal a sense of community spirit and leisure, but do not indicate when or where they may be set. Which decade are we in? Which country or culture? Unknown. The images have a universal quality that can be recognised by all.
His exhibition at Victoria Miro, Itinerant Ones, shows off de Balincourt's different techniques, which include stencilling, masking, abrading and, oil washes, and will be free to visit between the 16th November - 20th December. From impressionistic landscapes, to abstract close ups of nature, you will discover a world of peace and friendship, free from threats.