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STEPHEN FRIEDMAN GALLERY

11 & 25-28 Old Burlington St, W1S 3AN
020 7494 1434

www.stephenfriedman.com
info@stephenfriedman.com

Tue-Fri 10-6, Sat 11-5

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MULTIPLE II
Sep 5 - 14, 2019
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present ‘Multiple II’, the second iteration of the gallery’s annual exhibition of editions by gallery artists. In addition to launching new editions by David Shrigley and Andreas Eriksson, the exhibition marks the first time the gallery has collaborated with Deborah Roberts and Denzil Forrester to develop new works in multiple.
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LISA BRICE
Sep 27 - Nov 9, 2019
Private view Thu Sep 26 6pm - 8pm
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new paintings and works on paper by South African artist Lisa Brice. This will mark the second show at the gallery for Brice, who is based in London, and follows her highly acclaimed solo exhibition in 2018 at Tate Britain, London.
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Click to enlargeJONATHAN BALDOCK : PERSONAE
Sep 27 - Nov 9, 2019
Private view Thu Sep 26 6pm - 8pm
Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present its first exhibition with British artist Jonathan Baldock. This follows Baldock’s solo show at Camden Arts Centre, London in Spring this year and precedes a solo exhibition at Kunsthall Stavanger, Norway in May 2020. Baldock’s work is saturated with humour and wit, as well as an uncanny, macabre quality that channels the artist’s longstanding interest in myth, folklore, and narratives associated with ‘outsider’ practices.
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JONATHAN BALDOCK AT FITZROVIA CHAPEL
Oct 2 - 5, 2019
Private view Tue Oct 1
Coinciding with Frieze London and Frieze Masters, Stephen Friedman Gallery is also presenting a large-scale, interactive sculpture by British artist Jonathan Baldock in the intimate setting of Grade II* listed Fitzrovia Chapel, London. My biggest fear is that someone will crawl into it from 2017 is an exuberant, four-poster bed into which visitors can crawl inside and listen to a personal narrative recorded by the artist’s mother.

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