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RICHARD SALTOUN

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ROSE ENGLISH : FORM, FEMINISMS, FEMININITIES
Mar 1 - Apr 13, 2019
'Form, Feminisms, Femininities' is the British artist Rose English's first solo exhibition with Richard Saltoun Gallery. The exhibition shines light on two moments from the early stages of the artist's career, beginning with her experimentation with emergent processes and materials as a young artist in the early 1970s and culminating with a focus on her 1983 performance Plato's Chair, a work that marked an important turning point in English's extensive interdisciplinary practice.
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ROSE ENGLISH IN CONVERSATION WITH PAUL CLINTON
Apr 11, 2019 6:30pm talk/event
Rose ENGLISH discusses her extensive interdisciplinary practice with Paul Clinton, London-based writer, lecturer and curator, on Thursday 11 April from 6.30pm.
 
The discussion will focus on a variety of key themes apparent in English's work and will feature a presentation of film extracts from previous performances.
 
The event coincides with English's exhibition ‘Form, Feminisms, Femininities’ (until 13 April), the artist's first solo exhibition with Richard Saltoun Gallery and her first ever exhibition in a commercial gallery.
 
The talk is free and open to the public but spaces are limited. Reserve your space by email: rsvp@richardsaltoun.com

Click to enlargeLILI DUJOURIE : BALLADE
Apr 18 - May 25, 2019
Private view Wed Apr 17 6pm - 8pm
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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