Pontone Gallery, London
'Tim Wright’s fluently seductive paintings deploy a recurring motif - that of an elaborately carved Rococo frame. Together with what is contained, the frame variously suggests an aperture, an eye, a lens or a mirror. It is also a gateway through which information is transmitted and transformed.[...] The painting make oblique reference to the disturbing worlds of Carroll’s “Through the Looking-Glass”, Tarkovsky’s “Solaris” and Turner’s late-period sea-pieces' (Into the Deep, Pontone Gallery, exhibition catalogue, June 2018, not paginated).