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Most artists paint with paint and sculpt with, you know, other stuff. Like rocks and wood and, if you're Sigmar Polke, potatoes. But Bram Bogart threw this simplistic 'rule' in the bin, embracing instead the sculptural possibilities of paint. This exhibition at the White Cube's Mason's Yard space focuses on his work in the 60s and 70s, and provides plenty of opportunities to marvel at the artist's thick, fat, gorgeously gloopy wedges of paint. Lovely stuff.