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RICHARD SALTOUN

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VICTOR BURGIN: VOYAGE TO ITALY. Q&A WITH THE ARTIST
Sep 25, 2018 to 12:00am talk/event
Special event: Q&A with the artist, Italian Cultural Institute, London SW1X 8NX, Tuesday 25 September 7 pm

Click to enlargeLILI DUJOURIE : BALLADE
Apr 18 - May 25, 2019
The Belgian artist Lili DUJOURIE rose to prominence in the late 1960s, emerging as a key force in the Feminist avant-garde movement of the time. Dujourie’s exhibition Ballade at Richard Saltoun Gallery – her first show with the gallery and her first exhibition in London in over twenty years – focuses on her relationship with nature, specifically the poetry and art it evokes. The exhibition features sculptures made from clay, the essence of the earth, as well as a recent series of papier-mâché sculptures that explore the artist’s long-standing interest in plants and their associated healing properties.
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GINA PANE : ACTION PSYCHÉ
May 30 - Jun 22, 2019

PENNY SLINGER : TANTRIC TRANSFORMATIONS
Jun 29 - Aug 31, 2019
Private view Fri Jun 28 6pm - 8pm
“In 1971 I visited an exhibition called ‘Tantra’ at the Hayward Gallery in London which changed my future life and art. I saw a Yantra (mystic diagram) dedicated to the Goddess Kali and understood abstraction for the first time. I recognized the visual language of the exhibit, being entranced by animal headed beings and figures whose energy centres (chakras) throbbed with mystic energy. I felt that Tantric iconography represented the evolution of Surrealism.
 
Over the next years I sought to discover the secrets of Tantra. Nik Douglas, an authority in the field, became my next partner and I immersed myself in the art, philosophy and practice.
 
This exhibit shows some of the works that emerged.”
 
– Penny Slinger, 2019

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