Women who appear to be captured unawares, often through a window or at a distance, are the subject of some twenty canvases by the Scottish painter Caroline Walker in this exhibition at KM21 in The Hague – the artist’s first solo outing in a museum (28 August–28 November). The earliest works on view are from 2016, when Walker shifted approach from her earlier, more openly staged paintings to these candid scenes of daily life. Also included in the show is Measuring, a painting from 2019 of a tailor on Savile Row, which was recently acquired by the museum. Find out more from the KM21’s website.
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