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Ben Uri is delighted to be one of the National Gallery’s nine regional collection partners for the virtual exhibition Fruits of the Spirit [insert] pairing Ben Uri’s Mornington Crescent, Summer Morning II by Frank Auerbach with the National Gallery’s Sunflowers by Vincent van Gogh to explore the ‘fruit’ of Joy. The current exhibition explores the concept of Joy through a selection of artworks from the Ben Uri Collection asking whether Joy is to be found in home (Frank Auerbach), in family (Dora Holzhandler, Bernard Meninsky), in love (Yaki Assayag, Chana Kowalska), in the shimmering heat of a summer’s day (Auerbach, Arthur Segal), in a vibrant landscape (Auerbach, Philip Sutton), in a bold still-life (Sutton, Tomalin), in celebration (Dancing Figures) or even the act of dance itself (Feibusch, Levy, Bakst). Is it achieved through spirituality (Holzhandler) or a joyous religious festival (Levy)?

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