Outside Edge: Blom goes through the roof

17 May 2016 - 10:25 By Mary Corrigall

If you had the chance to visit Zander Blom's Brixton house in Johannesburg there would have been only one feature you wanted to see: the pressed ceiling where he famously re-enacted some of the painterly struggles of the abstract expressionists of the late 1950s.His cheeky project involved painting abstract works inspired by the history of art, which he then photographed.

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