In the first iteration of this touring show (now at Turner Contemporary, Margate, until January), Toby Treves finds a coherent display of Heron’s intention that his paintings – indeed all good contemprary painting – should have an ‘all-over stress, this insistent regular pulse from edge to edge’, but that this comes at the cost of the effect of the individual works and visual harmony of the entire exhibition. You can read the whole review here.

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