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Scapegoating Pictures For London - Gilbert & George - White Cube - Bermondsey
Jack Hems

Scapegoating Pictures For London - Gilbert & George - White Cube - Bermondsey

This show could be considered as much an installation work as an exhibition of pictures. The sheer scale of the hang and the density of works sets up an environment which deftly mirrors the urban landscape it so vigorously engages. This is the best work Gilbert & George have produced in over a decade and certainly the best installation of their photographs I have ever seen. Their last White Cube show saw their process dangerously becalmed by a passive surrender to the seduction of Photoshop. All evidence of this has vanished entirely and given way to an exacting but exuberant vitality of invention which is breathtaking. The artists entirely live up to their own creative maxims and are provoking without puerility and engaging equally through form and content.