Alexis M Teplin's new body of work relates to the earliest moments of abstract art in the 20th century.
Brightly coloured and abstract, Teplin's paintings and sculptures visually reference Kandinsky's approach of bringing music, colour and composition together.
These works also integrate Aubrey Beardsley's iconography of Salome, exploring the seductiveness of form alongside the flirtatiousness of Teplin's lyrical colour.
Monday 12 noon - 6pm, Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 6pm, late nights Thursday and Friday until 8pm.
Hear Alexis Teplin in conversation with Stephanie Rosenthal on Sunday 20 January at 2.30pm in the Dan Graham Pavilion at 2.30pm in the Dan Graham Pavilion.
Details for main image above -
Alexis Marguerite Teplin
Oil on linen
133 x 144 cms / 52 3/8 x 56 3/4 ins
Image courtesy the artist; Mary Mary, Glasgow