Here at Browns we're big fans of Gary Hume and his boldly abstract works of art, which is why we were eager to check out his latest exhibition at Tate Britain. Hailing from Goldsmiths College, Hume is celebrated for his use of colour, line and surface in his distinctive compositions, while also recognised as part of the internationally renowned group of ‘Young British Artists’. More recently Hume has caught the eye of Browns favourite and Marni founder Consuelo Castiglioni, using his colour-blocked creations for a unique capsule collection of t-shirts.
The exhibition runs in parallel to a survey of celebrated painter Patrick Caulfield (1936–2005), offering visitors the chance to see alongside each other two complementary British painters from different generations.
Angela Merkel from the series Anxiety and the Horse 2011
The Moon 2009
Tony Blackburn 1993
The Cradle 2011