Doron Langberg

Brice and Robert (2020)

Edition of 75
Five colour lithographic print on Somerset Velvet White 300 gsm. Produced by Counter Studios, Margate.
76 x 60 cm (29.9 x 23.6 in)
Signed, numbered and dated by the artist

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An increasingly prominent voice among a new generation of figurative painters, Doron Langberg has gained a reputation for works that, luminous in colour and often large in scale, hinge on a sense of intimacy. Depicting himself, his family, friends, and lovers, Langberg’s paintings celebrate the physicality of touch – in subject matter and process – a closeness that engages with new dialogues around queer sensuality and sexuality.

Speaking about his work the artist says, ‘Queerness for me is not just a sexual experience, but a way of being in the world which affects every aspect of my life. Using intense colours and different paint textures and marks to create these everyday scenes, I want to connect with a viewer by speaking to our most basic commonalities – our bodies, our relationships, our interiority – rather than the social categories that may separate us. In creating this connection, I want to make queer pleasure, friendship and intimacy feel expansive and generative, embodying the full range of human experiences.’

'Brice and Robert' (2020) is Langberg's first print made exclusivley for Counter Editions to coincide with 'Breakfast Under The Tree' a major new group exhibition at Carl Freedman Gallery, Margate, curated by actor and Talk Art podcast co-host Russell Tovey (8 November 2020–17 January 2021).