Toby Paterson exhibition: Consensus and Collapse

Paterson’s paintings on Perspex are displayed on large floating timber frames.

Source: Alan Dimmick

Glaswegian artist Toby Paterson’s fascination with desolate fragments of cities helps us to re-examine architecture’s visual and social role

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