The Upcoming review of BP Portrait Award Exhibition
...Now in its 37th year, the BP Portrait Award not only represents a range of countries, but also a variety of painting techniques: from strikingly realistic works that almost seem like photographs to expressive brush works, almost every genre of painting is represented. Equally diverse is the range of subjects – from family members and friends to prominent personalities, the range is overwhelming. John Borowicz’s Tad (Son of the Artist), for example, depicts the heartwarming moment when his young son pulled a large brown paper bag on his head, while Charles Moxon more soberly portrays MP Harriet Harman in a Renaissance-style full-head portrait...
Blouin Art Info. review of BP Portrait Award Exhibition
...Other highlights are works that also take their inspiration from art history. “Die Vermutung I” by Wolfgang Kessler, for example, features a young girl in a shawl like Holbein-era royal portraits; John Borowicz’s “Tad (Son of the Artist)” is similar, but strips the images of their imperial trappings, replacing the robes and crown with his topless son wearing a paper hat.
BP Portrait Award Exhibition
My portrait of my youngest son Tad will be included in the BP Portrait Award Exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery In London - the show runs from 23 June - 4 September 2016.
TimeOut New York
Dizzying, repetitive architectures recall the fantasies of Italo Calvino's "Invisible Cities" in these packed drawings.
Sprawling Conglomerates - Solo show at Adam Baumgold Gallery
Show runs until August 4 2010