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Something Resembling Truth: History of Art Trip to the Royal Academy

Posted: 13/11/17

On Monday 9 November, the Upper Sixth History of Art students attended the Jasper Johns: Something Resembling Truth exhibition at the Royal Academy. Comprising of over one hundred and fifty paintings, sculptures, drawings and prints, Something Resembling Truth is the first comprehensive survey of the artist’s work to be held in the UK in forty years.

The girls appreciated the materiality of Johns' work, as well as the conceptual elements and the curatorial links from work to work. Seeing ‘Flag’, ‘Zero Through Nine’ and ‘Something Resembling Truth’ up close highlighted why Johns continues to inspire curiosity.

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