Work by Miles Aldridge features as part of an exhibition at Reading Museum. The show celebrates the Irish writer and dramatist Oscar Wilde by exploring the author’s theories of aesthetics and art criticism. An advocate of creative freedom, Wilde’s radical yet playful contributions were crucial to the development of modernism.
Until 28 January. Find out more: www.readinginternational.org.
1. Miles Aldridge, ‘Like a Painting #1’, Chromogenic print, 15 x 20 inches (38.1 x 50.66 cm), 2005. Edition of 10 + 2 AP’s HC.