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Malcolm Morley Rules of Engagement

by Malcolm Morley

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Malcolm Morley (b. 1931), back in the studio after something of a dramatic health scare, presents a dozen new paintings of World War II aerial combat. Dynamic and sophisticated in color, the new works are spectacular scenes of soaring dogfights, Spitfires and Messerschmitts outlined against a bright blue sky. Close observation of the dogfight depicted in Rules of Engagement (2011) reveals a small brush attached to the surface, right in the muzzle blast of the plane's guns. "I wanted to represent 'Make art, not war'," Morley said. The Paris-based art critic Brooks Adams wrote the essay in the accompanying catalogue. "Malcolm Morley: Rules of Engagement," Mar. 31-Apr. 30, 2011, at Sperone Westwater, 257 Bowery, New York, N.Y. 10002.

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