2 March – 2 April 2016
Marlborough Gallery, London
‘The artist’s first major exhibition took place at Marlborough in 1962, and this is his seventh solo show with the gallery.
Originally associated with British Pop Art in the early 1960s, Tilson soon became disillusioned with consumer technology, instigating a departure in his artistic direction. He employs bold colours, schematised imagery and a compartmentalised format to create paintings, constructions and reliefs, working with a variety of materials such as wood, ceramic and stone.’