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KRISTIN HJELLEGJERDE GALLERY

533 Old York Road, SW18 1TG
020 8875 0110

www.kristinhjellegjerde.com
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Tue-Sat 11-6

undergroundWandsworth Town Wandsworth Station

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Click to enlargeJONNY BRIGGS & EVY JOKHOVA : THE MANICURED WILD
Jul 20 - Sep 2, 2017
A giant eye, staring out at you, fingers clawing out of a young boy’s portrait; there are overlapping image panes, a kaleidoscopic vision of deconstructed portraits. Elsewhere, pictures are embedded in foamy concrete, blocks of grey stone standing on spindly legs like totems. A boulder endlessly pushed up and down a quiet street, a Sisyphean feat of rebellion against the man-made constraints forever taking over nature. It is precisely here, at the junction where man and nature collide, that the works of artists Jonny Briggs and Evy Jokhova meet. The Manicured Wild (20 July – 2 September 2017) at Kristin Hjellegjerde, brings together the place where both disparate artistic practices meet, as each investigates the relationship between the manmade and the natural, old and new, and our desire to control the world around us, whether through landscaping and architectural interventions, or constructed realities, where truth and fiction merge.

ANDRÉ HEMER : THE COBRA EFFECT
Tuesday-Saturday 11-6pm
Here is a painting that is at once a finished work and an artist’s messy palette. It is a map, a vivid topography of colour. Petal-like daubs of paint explode in a maelstrom, and rich swathes of silk-like pigment have the shimmery sheen of smooth fabric. Elsewhere, pools of texture appear to melt into rough, liquid pumice, tempting the viewer to run their hand over its their surface. This map, this unknown country, is a heady mix of sensory colours and textural shapes. In The Cobra Effect (8 June – 21 July 2018) at Kristin Hjellegjerde London, Vienna-based artist André Hemer returns for a second show at the gallery, and his first solo, to present new works in his signature style.

SINTA TANTRA
Jul 20 - Sep 1, 2018
Private view Thu Jul 19

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