Michael Buhler was one of a group of RCA students of the early 1960’s that included Patrick Caulfield, David Hockney, R B Kitaj and Allen Jones. The staff apparently thought them the worst they had had for many years; Jones (later an RA) was expelled after just a year.
This extensive collection illustrates work from all periods of Buhler’s career, from the early figures-in-landscape, with their developing use of a more graphical approach with curved lines reminiscent of neon lighting through his growing obsession with UFOs to his intriguing, and increasingly complex collages.
There are also three helpful introductory essays that explain Buhler’s career and the development of his themes and styles.
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