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For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
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For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.
ArtDaily
For Twice in Dublin, Nathalie Du Pasquier responds to and transforms the minimalist architecture of Kerlin Gallery’s John Pawson-designed space. A site-specific installation houses a suite of new paintings and assemblages—configuring blocks of colour, line and shape into unexpected relationships.


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