Instantly recognizable, Louise Robert’scanvases and works on paper offer up a graphic world combining scribbling, stencilled or handwritten texts, and lively painterly touches through an accumulation of the medium. Resolutely abstract compositions containing fragmented statements whose context remains enigmatic have been an abiding feature of the painter’s work for forty years. Curated by art historian Ji-Yoon Han, this exhibition will present a number of Robert’s works from the 1980s, as well as from the period between 2006 and 2014. The paintings and drawings that have been selected establish a dialogue between themselves, not only through their treatment of paint but also through their texts, which are like remarks addressed to someone. Responding to each other, they show the consistency of Robert’s artistic vision.