The art world heard the saddening news that painter Zao Wou-ki had died. In his early nineties, and dogged by ill health, Mr Zao had not painted for some years, but long before he stopped he had already built up an unforgettable legacy.
Charles Jaulerry studied graphic design and illustration in Paris, even though he had long been fascinated by the art world. He later studied illustration at the New York School of Visual Arts, and interned at the archival division of the Marlborough Gallery. That convinced him he should try devoting his life full time to making a living as an artist. His exhibition “Mirrors” presents works in acrylic and enamel that encourage you to stand in front of the canvas and see it as your own psychic reflection.