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A.P.T. GALLERY

Harold Wharf, 6 Creekside, SE8 4SA
020 8694 8344

www.aptstudios.org
aptlondon@btconnect.com

Thurs - Sun, 12-5pm

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ALEX VARDAXOGLOU

Finstock Road, W10 6LU
020 3097 1865 / 07540 053 033

www.vardaxoglou.com
info@vardaxoglou.com

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PATRICK CAULFIELD
14 November 2020 - 14 February 2021
Alex Vardaxoglou inaugurates a private exhibition space with a small exhibition of paintings and work on paper by celebrated British artist Patrick Caulfield.

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6 February - 13 March 2021

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ALICE BLACK GALLERY

1st Floor, 47 Berwick Street, W1F 8SQ
020 7734 7018

www.aliceblackart.com
info@aliceblackart.com

Open by appt.

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Click to enlargeFIRE & FROST
Dec 21, 2020 - Jan 31, 2021 FINAL WEEK
‘Fire & Frost’ is inspired by the elemental forces of burning embers and dancing frosts. The source of its inspiration is T.S Eliot’s ‘Little Gidding’, first published in 1942. The showcase includes pots, paintings, works on paper and cloth and brings together the work of three artists:
 
The late, great, Dante Elsner who was born in Krakow in 1920 and died in London in 1997. During his lifetime he produced an extraordinary body of Raku works as well as ink paintings. In both his painting and his pottery, he prized above all the qualities of spontaneity and honesty in relation to form, line and colour. His life as an artist cannot be separated from the turmoil of the 20th century in central Europe; in many ways it represents a series of personal responses to the upheavals of his time. Elsner’s work is included in the permanent collection of the Ashmolean, Oxford (United Kingdom).
 
Matthew Harris, born in 1966 in Kent and now living and working in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Harris makes wonderfully layered, abstract works in paper and cloth which oscillate with colour, texture and rhythm. Using techniques of painting, patching, darning and stitching, his works are directly informed by his passion for music. Harris has exhibited widely throughout the U.K, Europe, the United States and Japan and has work included in The Whitworth Museum and Art Gallery and Crafts Council Collection, (United Kingdom).
 
And finally, Vincent Black, a London based painter born in 1975 whose works portray deep personal emotions, as he takes the viewer into hazy constructed worlds of solitary figures and vast open, enigmatic, landscapes. Blacks works are included in the NHS Permanent Collection.
 
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ALISON JACQUES GALLERY

16-18 Berners Street, W1T 3LN
020 7631 4720

www.alisonjacquesgallery.com
info@alisonjacquesgallery.com

Tue-Fri: 12-5, Sat: 10-6. Advanced booking required. Social distancing in place.

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Click to enlargeTHE GEE'S BEND QUILTMAKERS
GALLERY TEMPORARILY CLOSED (view online)
ESSIE BENDOLPH PETTWAY, DELIA BENNETT, AMERICA IRBY, ANNIE E. PETTWAY, CANDIS MOSELY PETTWAY, LORETTA PETTWAY, QUNNIE PETTWAY, RITA MAE PETTWAY, STELLA MAE PETTWAY, LORETTA PETTWAY BENNETT, ETHEL YOUNG
 
Alison Jacques Gallery presents the first solo exhibition in Europe devoted to three generations of women artists living in Gee’s Bend, officially known as Boykin, a remote black community situated on a U-turn in the Alabama River. The show is organised in partnership with the Souls Grown Deep Foundation, a non-profit organisation dedicated to the preservation and promotion of the contributions of African American artists from the Southern states, and provides a survey of quilts spanning nearly 100 years, with a number of the artists still living and working in Boykin to this day.
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ALMINE RECH

Grosvenor Hill, Broadbent House, W1K 3JH
020 7287 3644

www.alminerech.com
contact.london@alminerech.com

Advanced bookings required. Email to book. Masks must be worn.

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Click to enlargeDIFFERENT STROKES CURATED BY MARCUS JAHMAL
Jan 13 - Feb 20, 2021
(Gallery exhibition temporarily closed - view oniline)
 
Marcus Jahmal brings together fourteen contemporary American artists whose works explore the possibilities of painting.
 
‘Different strokes’ will include artists who examine the parameters of painting, not only by questioning ideas of content or form, but also through probing the nature of painting in and of itself. Marcus Jahmal, who has worked closely with Almine Rech since 2018, was drawn to the idea of how an exhibition could bring together a group of artists whose work has challenged him to consider these questions within his own artistic practice. The show will function as a hypothesis, a temporary tonic, to the concerns which continue to motivate artists to paint, whether in two or three dimensions. To that end, the presentation will include wall-based works as well as sculptures, so that painting can be imagined as a sensibility and an outlook, as well as a set of technical limits. The exhibition will include recent works by artists spanning different generations and who are based mainly in Marcus Jahmal’s place of residence—New York.

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AMANDA WILKINSON

1st floor, 18 Brewer Street, (entrance on Green's Court), W1F 0SH
020 3355 2416

www.amandawilkinsongallery.com
info@amandawilkinsongallery.com

Wed-Sat 12-5. Book online or contact the gallery

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ANNELY JUDA FINE ART

4th Floor, 23 Dering St, W1S 1AW
020 7629 7578

www.annelyjudafineart.co.uk
ajfa@annelyjudafineart.co.uk

Mon-Fri 10am-5pm. Gallery closed 24 Dec 20 to 4 Jan 21

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NIGEL HALL : TANGLED UP IN BLUE
Nov 7, 2020 - Feb 20, 2021
Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the gallery is temporarily closed to the public. You can still contact us via ajfa@annelyjudafineart.co.uk / +44 (0) 207 629 7578.
 
Tangled Up in Blue (2020), a major new work in this show, features a series of interlocking elliptical steel rings painted in blue and black. Denser than other works, it is – in the artist’s words - “like an equation on volume, structure and colour.” Named after Bob Dylan’s opening song on the seminal 1975 album, ‘Blood on the Tracks’, as one moves around the sculpture, it appears to move or dance. Elsewhere, Ghost (2020) has a more minimal appearance next to the solid, circular form of the earlier sculpture, Soglio VI(1996) which is named after a Swiss mountain town.

Click to enlargeONLINE ONLY | DAVID HOCKNEY, NORMANDY
Jan 11 - Feb 8, 2021
David Hockney has spent many months living in the French countryside of Normandy and has been documenting his surroundings in ink drawings, iPad drawings and paintings. We are delighted to show a selection of the editioned works from this series, exclusively online. There are 11 inkjet prints from original ink drawings and 3 iPad paintings.

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ANNKA KULTYS GALLERY

472 Hackney Road, Floor 1, Unit 3, E2 9EQ
07455 561 887

www.annkakultys.com
office@annkakultys.com

Thur-Sat 12-6; advance booking recommended

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Click to enlargeGRETCHEN ANDREW : OTHER FORMS OF TRAVEL
Feb 25 - Mar 27, 2021
Private view Thu Feb 25 6pm - 8pm
Gretchen Andrew is a self-proclaimed Internet Imperialist artist. Best known for her playful hacks on major art world institutions, Andrew’s current practice involves actively reprogramming the artificial intelligence underlying the global internet. By performatively manipulating the artificial intelligence of the tech giants’ search engine optimisation (SEO) technology, she can make her dreams come true – at least virtually. Artificial intelligence is inherently backward looking and susceptible to being reprogrammed through knowledge of the internet’s structure and Andrew exploits this, rewriting existing representations of reality by using a search engine’s own rules and limitations against itself.
 
Andrew calls the paintings she produces in conjunction with her hacks, ‘vision boards’ and she has been producing them in series with titles like “Cover of Artforum”, “The next American President” or “Best MFA” since 2019. They begin as charcoal on canvas and grow to include traditionally feminine imagery such as flowers and butterflies with collage elements that add a level of kitsch which contrasts with the tech-tools, AI manipulation and SEO the artist uses to create her hacks.

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THE APPROACH

1st Floor, 47 Approach Rd, E2 9LY
020 8983 3878

www.theapproach.co.uk
info@theapproach.co.uk

Thurs-Sat 12-6. Appointments are encouraged due to limited capacity.

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ARCADE

87 Lever Street, EC1V 3RA
02076 832 999

www.thisisarcade.art
info@thisisarcade.art

Wed-Sat 12-6pm. Gallery closed 20 Dec - 5 Jan. Please wear masks in the gallery.

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ONLINE | ZELDA
Dec 2, 2020 - Mar 1, 2021
ZELDA is pleased to announce a new partnership with Procreate Project, the only organisation dedicated to supporting the professional development of contemporary artists who are also mothers, working across disciplines.
 
“We’re thrilled to be forming an ongoing partnership with Procreate Project as enthusiastic advocates of their values and the artists they support. We hope to facilitate art sales and visibility to generate much needed income for both the artists and the organisation in a time that has been financially devastating for so many working in the arts.”
 
Mary Cork and Kate Phillimore,
ZELDA founders
www.zeldaart.com

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AREBYTE GALLERY

Java House, 7 Botanic Square, London City Island, E14 0LG

www.arebyte.com
hello@arebyte.com

Tue-Sun 12-6. Gallery closed 20 Dec to 4 Jan. Please book visit online.

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KATE FRANCES LINGARD MECHANISMS OF CARE…
Feb 6 - Mar 6, 2021
Private view Fri Feb 5
Kate Frances Lingard’s first solo exhibition, Mechanisms of Care. Kate was the final selected artist of the gallery’s annual young artist development programme, hotel generation. The exhibition involves an adapted, illustrated set of playing cards. These become props to explore whether love, care and intimacy of relationships can alter deeply rooted ideologies surrounding existing frameworks of the financial, societal and the political realms.

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DANIELLE ARNAUD

123 Kennington Rd, SE11 6SF
020 7735 8292

www.daniellearnaud.com
danielle@daniellearnaud.com

Thur-Sat 2-6 & by appt. Gallery closed 20 Dec to 6 Jan.

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A CHRISTMAS SELECTION
From 4 December, by appointment only
To close this unusual year, the gallery decided to revisit 1995 and present an exhibition of works in a domestic setting, a salon ambience reminiscent of its beginnings, 25 years ago. Recent and new works by the gallery artists and artists due to show in 2021/22 are brought together, without a theme, following the simple rule of aesthetics: what works together will be together!
 
The show will only be open by appointment but tea and cake, or aperitif, will be served to the intrepid visitor. All the works are for sale, reminding the audience that artists and galleries need some help too.
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KATHARINE FRY : PLEASE CALL ME HOME
Dates TBC
For Katharine Fry’s first solo show at the gallery, Please call me home, the artist transforms the intimate space into a series of unsettling encounters with uncanny screen bodies. Each video reveals the same female figure contained by an interior space and by the video frame, staging a separation between her and another surface. A quasi automaton, she appears barely alive, rarely displaying emotion or fatigue. The quiescence of her surface performance is ruptured by the force of her messy desire that presses for release against the too-neat container of her skin.

Click to enlargeJOY GREGORY AND PHILIP MILLER : SEEDS OF EMPIRE: A LITTLE BREEZE
Dates TBC
SEEDS OF EMPIRE is a series of exhibition projects by the artist Joy Gregory and composer Phillip Miller. The work combines still and moving image, drawing, text, objects, sound to create an immersive installation. Emerging from Gregory’s extensive research on the slave trade and colonial histories in Jamaica, the work looks at documentation of slavery from 1492 to the present day. This includes visual and textual documentation from historical figures such as Hans Sloane (physicist, naturalist and collector whose vast collection made up the origins of The British Museum and The Natural History Museum), Maria Sibylla Merian, (naturalist, entomologist and botanical illustrator), and Chief Tomba (a Guinean resistance fighter against slavery). Inspired by Hans Sloane’s journal documenting his voyage to Jamaica, where he collected and examined plant specimens, the work considers the complex history of Jamaica; its plants, people, and fused cultures.

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ART ON THE UNDERGROUND

London Underground, All stations London
0203 054 8525

www.art.tfl.gov.uk
art@tube.tfl.gov.uk

Daily according to station hours

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LUCY MCKENZIE : PLEASURE’S INACCURACIES
23 Mar 2020 – Permanent
For her first UK public commission, Lucy McKenzie will take over the iconic Art Deco Sudbury Town station.

Click to enlargeHEATHER PHILLIPSON : VOLTA
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Acknowledging the seismic global changes of the past few months, Heather Phillipson has been commissioned by Art on the Underground to produce a new online work to accompany her Fourth Plinth commission, THE END. A counterpoint in tone to THE END, Phillipson’s new audio-collage, VOLTA, reckons with upheaval, renewal and possibility. Written and composed by Phillipson, it combines her distinctive layering of voice, sound effects and music samples to destabilise and relocate.
Phillipson’s singular, visceral audio works connect an abundance of noises, words and images, generating multiple possible directions. Her frenzied musings bend speech to tempo and logic to rhythm, disrupting perceptions and assumptions.

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ARUP

8 Fitzroy St, W1T 4BJ
020 7636 1531

www.arup.com/phase2exhibitions

Galleries temporarily closed - see website for online programming

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ONLINE | WORKS FROM THE ARUP COLLECTION
ongoing - see website

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AUSTIN / DESMOND FINE ART

Pied Bull Yd, 68/69 Gt. Russell St, WC1B 3BN
020 7242 4443

www.austindesmond.com
gallery@austindesmond.com

Weds-Fri 10:30am-4:30pm, please wear a mask and observe social distancing.

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Click to enlargeONLINE EXHIBITION | MUSIC MAESTRO PLEASE...
Dec 2, 2020 - Jan 29, 2021 FINAL WEEK
A gallery selection of prints and works on paper. Artists include Gillian Ayres, John Banting, Edward Bawden, Pearl Binder, Roberta Booth, James Boswell, John Buckland Wright, Alexander Calder, Eduardo Chillida, Prunella Clough, Cecil Collins, Sam Haile, Richard Hamilton, Paul Feiler, Howard Hodgkin, Ronald Brooks Kitaj, LUKE, Alexander Mackenzie, Edward Mcknight Kauffer, Sidney Nolan, Tom Phillips, John Piper, Paula Rego, Graham Sutherland, Julian Trevelyan and Edward Wadsworth.

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AVIVSON

49 Highgate High Street, Highgate, N6 5JX
020 8342 9553 / 07852 558 944

avivsongallery.com
avivson@gmail.com

Wed, Fri & Sat 12-6; Thur 12-8 & by appt

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Click to enlargeWINTER SHOW
Dec 5, 2020 - Feb 28, 2021
See website for further information and virtual tour.

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BARBICAN ART GALLERY AND THE CURVE

Barbican Centre, EC2Y 8DS
020 7638 8891

www.barbican.org.uk/artgallery
art@barbican.org.uk

Curve: Mon-Fri 12-7 Sat & Sun 11-7; Gallery: Mon-Fri 11-7 Sat & Sun 10-7

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JEAN DUBUFFET
Feb 11 - May 23, 2021
GALLERIES TEMPORARILY CLOSED - see website for online programming and updates.
 
An exhibition celebrating Jean Dubuffet, one of the most powerful and provocative voices in the post-war avant-garde.
Spanning more than four decades in the studio, this exhibition brings together powerful work by the French artist Jean Dubuffet (1901-1985). This show is the first in the UK in more than 50 years, highlighting Dubuffet’s radicalism as he experimented with materials and aimed to create what he described as:
‘an art that is directly plugged into our current life, that immediately emanates from our real life and our real moods.’
Dubuffet was one of the first to champion ‘Art Brut’ – a phrase he coined, which literally translates as ‘raw art’. The exhibition explores his lifelong pursuit of authentic expression, featuring rarely exhibited pieces from international museums and private collections.

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BARTHA CONTEMPORARY

Gallery relocating, See website for updates .
020 7985 0015

www.barthacontemporary.com
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ONLINE SHOWCASES AND VIEWINGS BY APPOINTMENT
Re-opening in a new location Spring 2021
Bartha Contemporary is relocating - please see website or social media for updates.

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BASTIAN

8 Davies Street, W1K 3DW
020 3940 5009

www.bastian-gallery.com
london@bastian-gallery.com

Tuesday - Saturday, 10 am - 6 pm

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Click to enlargeMETAL, INK & DYE: LATE WORKS FROM CAPTIVA ISLAND
Jan 18 - Mar 27, 2021
No other artist in the 20th Century has celebrated the social and economic trajectory of the United States in such efficient terms and, in the same breath, enabled the viewer to take part in the journey, rather than being mere spectators.
This exhibition will focus on Rauschenberg’s metal assemblages from the Glut series (1986-89 and 1991-94) and a selection of innovative dye-transfer works from the Anagram (A Pun) (1997- 2000) and Short Stories (2000-2002) series.
Escaping the dizzying hurriedness of New York in 1968, Rauschenberg found sanctuary on small sun-drenched island just off the coast of Florida, called Captiva. It was this new island home that proved to be a fertile domain for some of the artist’s most remarkable and challenging works. Here, BASTIAN uncover a selection of works from this late period on Captiva Island which showcase not only Rauschenberg’s use of ink transfers and printing technology but his use of metal in ever more imaginative and inventive ways. The exhibition includes three ground- breaking Glut sculptures, a series that underpinned the artist’s intensive investigation into the sculptural possibilities of found metal objects.
Witnessing first-hand the desolation caused by a recessive Texan economy struggling to stay afloat due to a glut in the oil market in the early 80’s, Rauschenberg’s Glut sculptures narrate an American obsession with lavish extravagance which is part social criticism, part automotive/industrial relic, but fundamentally absolute Americana.

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BEACONSFIELD GALLERY VAUXHALL

22 Newport St, Vauxhall, SE11 6AY
020 7582 6465

www.beaconsfield.ltd.uk
admin@beaconsfield.ltd.uk

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ONLINE| FOAM TALENT : DIGITAL 2020
Nov 19, 2020 - Apr 21, 2021
Foam Fotografiemuseum Amsterdam presents a unique digital exhibition celebrating the works of young artists sha­ping the future of photography. The exhibition Foam Talent | Digital is a new multi-media platform that showcases artist projects supported by audio, video and effects. This unique experience is an addition to the existing Foam Talent programme consisting of the annual Talent issue of Foam Ma­gazine and the touring Foam Talent exhibition.

B_T2 MONIKA OECHSLER
Nov+Jan
Beacon_Transitions an ongoing online series in response to the uncertain future of exhibition culture.

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BEAUX ARTS

48 Maddox St, W1S 1AY
020 7493 1155

www.beauxartslondon.uk
info@beauxartslondon.uk

Mon-Fri 11-5 & open by appointment

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Click to enlargeDESMOND MORRIS
Oct 14, 2020 - Feb 5, 2021
Desmond Morris held his first solo art exhibition in 1948, now at the age of 92 he is still actively painting and writing. Today, most of his paintings are in private collections but he also has works in public galleries and art museums in England, Scotland, Holland, Italy, Israel and the United States.
 
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BEERS LONDON

1 Baldwin Street, EC1V 9NU
020 7502 9078

www.beerslondon.com
info@beerslondon.com

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Click to enlargeSUMMER MARATHON PART II: DAVID NORO - SHINUK SUH - EHRYN TOR
Jan 7 - Feb 27, 2021
The continuation of our SUMMER MARATHON (2020) takes a revitalised approach to the traditional ‘group show’, presenting 3 artists in back­-to­-back solo exhibitions (in lieu of one group show). Through this unconventional approach, each exhibiting artist is able to stage their envisioned solo show over a two-­week period.
 
Due to UK-wide Covid closures from March to June 2020, last year’s Summer Marathon was truncated due to timing with only 3 of the 6 artists selected able to exhibit. Therefore, we will now revisit part two of the Summer Marathon in the first-half of 2021 with the remaining 3 selected artists.
 
Round 1: (7 Jan – 16 Jan) David Noro: tbc
Round 2: (21 Jan – 30 Jan) Shinuk Suh: Post-Human Syndrome
Round 3: (4 Feb – 13 Feb) Ehryn Torrell: Fascination with the Seam
 
8 July – 5 Sept. 2020
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Kristina Chan & Itamar Freed Miles Debas Valentin Van der Meulen

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BELMACZ

45 Davies St, W1K 4LX
020 7629 7863

www.belmacz.com
gallery@belmacz.com

Open by appt Mon-Fri 11-5

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Click to enlargeCOCO CRAMPTON : DOMESTIC WEARS
Oct 8, 2020 - Feb 19, 2021

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BEN BROWN FINE ARTS

12 Brook's Mews, W1K 4DG
020 7734 8888

www.benbrownfinearts.com
info@benbrownfinearts.com

Open by appt Mon-Fri 11-6. Book a viewing via our website.

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Click to enlargeFRANK AUERBACH / TONY BEVAN : WHAT IS A HEAD?
Dec 7, 2020 - Feb 26, 2021
Ben Brown Fine Arts, London, is delighted to present the exhibition “Frank Auerbach / Tony Bevan: What Is A Head?”, featuring portraits by two of Britain’s leading figurative painters, curated by Michael Peppiatt. The concept for this show is based on the exhibition organised by Michael in 1998 at the Musée Maillol in Paris under the title L’Ecole de Londres de Bacon à Bevan, which traced the influence of Bacon, Freud, Auerbach and Kossoff on the younger generation of figurative artists working in London.
A generation apart, Bevan and Auerbach share a fascination for the conceptual and painterly possibilities of reinventing heads. For both artists, the head is the centre that controls everything we do, its mysterious significance laying in its endless sparring of juxtaposed natures: impulse and restraint, instinct and order, spontaneity and discipline. It is rife with contradiction and yet to both remains the prime vessel of human life.
But there is as much to differentiate them as to bring them together. In Auerbach, who grew up during the war, between layers of excavation we see the buried image rising through the paint to resume its fragmented presence. Bevan’s ‘Heads’ are also reconstructions, though more linear than painterly, approached through its working parts, its muscles and sinews. While Auerbach’s heads conjure up struggle, exhaustion, a fire burnt forever into the thick layers of paint, Bevan’s explore its inner structure as an unknown space, an experimental architecture. The differences and similarities inherent in the same subject set up a dialogue not only between generations but within the way we view painting, as an ever-evolving insight into the human consciousness.

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BETTS PROJECT

100 Central Street, EC1V 8AJ
020 7250 1512

www.bettsproject.com
marie@bettsproject.com

Wed-Fri 12-6, Sat 12-5 or by appt

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Click to enlargeZOE ZENGHELIS : DO YOU REMEMBER HOW PERFECT EVERYTHING WAS?
Dec 3, 2020 - Jan 30, 2021 FINAL WEEK
Betts Project presents the first part as a review of Zenghelis’ early paintings from the 1960s, her years at OMA (Office for Metropolitan Architecture) including works of the Hotel Sphinx project, through to recent works made in 2020. Stretched between abstract metropolitan tectonics and landscape structures, the selection of Zenghelis’ paintings represent an enquiry into absent architectural projects. An exhibition catalogue published by Betts Project will accompany the exhibition, while the second part of the project will be hosted by the AA in Janurary 2021.

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BLUE MOUNTAIN SCHOOL | BLUE PROJECTS

9 Chance Street, E2 7JB
020 7739 9733

www.bluemountain.school/blue-projects

Open by appt Wed-Sat 11-5

Shoreditch High St

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ANDREW HOLLIGAN
Jan 1 - Feb 28, 2021
The works shown here are studies of the painted and scratched windows of closed down storefronts that the artist began in the wake of the widespread closure of independent businesses and social disruption caused by the expansion of corporate retailing and online shopping. As if developed out of the legacy of action painting from the school of abstract expressionism, the works offer an experience of unfettered interaction and the traces of activity layered over time. Both a signifier of closure and a site of renewal, the surfaces become canvases that have been rigorously and anonymously worked on, consumed by diluted paint, incidental markings, drips, and instinctual gestures that reveal new realms of possibility.

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BLYTH GALLERY

Level 5 Sherfield Building, Imperial College,Exhibition Rd, SW7 2AZ
020 7594 9354

www.imperial.ac.uk/music-and-arts/visual-arts/blyth-gallery
gallery@imperial.ac.uk

Galleries temporarily closed

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BRUN FINE ART

38 Old Bond Street, W1S 4QW
020 7493 0195

www.brunfineart.com
info@brunfineart.com

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Jan 1 - Feb 28, 2021

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