Lawrence Carroll (Melbourne, 26 October 1954 – 21 May 2019).
Distinctive feature of Carroll’s artistic research is the peculiar “fusion” he practiced between painting and sculpture, making his canvases similar to painted objects and revisiting the boundaries and differences between the concepts of “representation” and “what represented”. Carroll’s works, in fact, are stratified and hide different levels of reading.

Lawrence Carrol e una natura morta di Giorgio Morandi, 1996
Catalogue realized for exhibition n.184 at Studio la Città
32 pages

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