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Mar 3 - 26, 2017
As the Director of Hundred Years Gallery, I am notorious for my lack of common sense and the use of my instinct when it comes to organise the chaotic creative trend of this run-by-artists place. And that is what has made me rescue from the gallery archive some forgotten pieces by forgetful talented artists, as if they were left behind and secured in the good hands of an asylum’s director.
The result is this glorious display of artworks by six artists whose main practice is the use of the instinct in order to reveal their visions of the truths that populate their confused and poetic minds, …on the verge of madness?…yes, probably… Welcome to The Asylum.
M. Gallego, London 2017
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May 4 - 14, 2017
Private view Thu May 4 6:30pm - 9:30pm
A posthumous exhibition of work by the talented artist Piers Sanders whose career was brought to a premature end by pancreatic cancer in 2014 at the age of 55. His mother Paule Sanders was a noted sculptor. It was Piers’ drypoint prints which attracted the most attention from leading figures in the art world, displaying his skill and confidence as a draughtsman. He painted subjects that meant a lot to him: family portraits, landscapes in the Fens and in Suffolk, domestic objects. Piers’ portraits show unarguably what a talented painter he was, whilst his abstract paintings show a deep understanding of colour and form gained from many years of figurative painting and drawing.
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