London, South Kensington
23 September 2015
Lucy McKenzie (B. 1977)
The Danger in Jazz
watercolour and graphite on paper
39 3/8 x 61 3/8in. (100.2 x 156cm.)
Executed in 2000
Cabinet Gallery, London.
Acquired from the above by the present owner.
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London, Saatchi Gallery, The Triumph of Painting, 2005 (illustrated in colour, pp. 324-323). This exhibition later travelled to Leeds, City Art Gallery, 2006.
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