Dale Devereux Barker

‘Dale Devereux Barker makes art out of all sorts of things, out of pictures, out of works, out of humour, out of frustration, out of sex, out of sitting on the beach. since graduating from the Slade in 1986 he has developed a pictorial language which is distinctive in its combination of figurative imagery and complex layering of more abstract planes and textures scavenged from outside sources.’ 2000

Taken from the essay ‘What does one make pictures out of ?’
by Emma Hill in the Exhibition Catalogue ‘Excessive Pleasures’

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