Gladstone Gallery opened their first solo show by Jill Mulleady at their Brussels space recently.
Uruguayan-born Mulleady lives and works in Los Angeles. Her work was included in last year's Venice Biennale group exhibition, and she will be in the Hammer Museum's Made in L.A. 2020 later this year.
Mulleady's figurative paintings oscillate between complex narratives—broad in scope—and micro-cosmic details that harness metaphorical potency. Her world is imagined and fantastical.
Narrative elements are gleaned from literature and art history, but these are interwoven with contemporary references, resulting in slippery, time-bending ensembles.
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