Time Out says
Friendly warning! We're working hard to be accurate. But these are unusual times, so please check that events are still happening.
Working during the 1980s, Dryer (1957-1992) was largely out of step with the such trends of the time as Appropriation Art, Neo-Expressionism and Commodity Fetishism, preferring instead a reflective, nuanced take on abstraction that softened quasi-geometrical or patterned schemes with a deft painterly hand applied to wood panels. She also wandered occasionally into shaped canvases. This show presents works created between 1985, the year before her first solo show, and 1992, the year of her death from cancer.