Continuing its Philip Guston season, Timothy Taylor announces the group exhibition Substance, which takes as its point of departure the “meat and potatoes” of Guston’s layered, visceral paintings – coined by Mark Leckey in his Cinema in the Round (2008) – and then goes on to explore the idea of substance in art from different points of view. Through an eclectic mix of artists and works, the exhibition’s title and premise also acknowledges the quasi- greatest hits structure of the highly acclaimed Factory Records releases by New Order, Substance (1987) and Joy Division, Substance (1988). By exploring the possibilities of the term, this exhibition brings together a thoughtful compilation of substance art. Guston asserted that a finished work of art is simply the remnants of a process: “What is seen and called the picture is what remains – an evidence

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