Spread across nine spaces and 4 buildings, the Royal College of Art will present two satellite events for their annual Photography & Print Degree Show followed by their Contemporary Art Practice Degree Show, comprising work from their 2021 cohort of students.
London Art Week has partnered with Cromwell Place to hold a satellite Showcase. The special group exhibition will feature a selection of works from a variety of 30 LAW dealers in addition to their own gallery-based shows.
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Spanning movements from the Barbizon School through Impressionism to Post-Impressionism and beyond, A Sense of Place includes nearly fifty landscape drawings, watercolours and oil sketches dating from c.1820 to c.1960.
The presentation will include artists who have been key to Ingleby's 2020 and 2021 programmes; David Batchelor, Andrew Cranston, Kevin Harman, Callum Innes, Peter Liversidge, Andrew Miller, Garry Fabian Miller, Jonathan Owen, Lorna Robertson, Caroline Walker and Frank Walter.
A group exhibition featuring four Ruskin School of Art 2020 MFA Graduates; Haffendi Anuar; Amy Bernstein; Sam Blackwood and Laura Hindmarsh. Works range from painting, works on paper, sculpture and performance.
An exhibition of work by South Africa-born, Berlin-based artist Robin Rhode. Working across (and often merging) media, including drawing, performance, street art, photography, and animation, Rhode is best-known for his serial photographs of his large-scale public wall drawings.
For her first solo exhibition with Tabari Artspace Maitha Abdalla has produced a body of work across varied mediums which interrogates the gravity and uncertainty of the in-between years of adolescence.
In its first-ever exhibition abroad, Abu Dhabi Art will present commissioned works created in 2020. Their works will be shown alongside presentations of UAE-based galleries Tabari Artspace, Lawrie Shabibi, Third Line Gallery and Isabelle Van Den Eynde across five galleries.
For their inaugural exhibition at Cromwell Place, J&J Rawlin are presenting rarely seen works on paper by William Scott R.A. Meanwhile, the second part of the exhibition will focus on Figure & Landscape, two classic Modern British themes featuring a diverse group of artists.
For its inaugural exhibition at Cromwell Place, Augusta Edwards Fine Art will present an exhibition focusing on the work of Brazilian Modernist photographers, Geraldo de Barros, Thomaz Farkas, and Gaspar Gasparian.
A solo exhibition of works by Olivia Fraser featuring recent miniature paintings with gem-like stone colours, unique miniature brush work, and elaborate decorative and burnished surfaces applying a traditional Indian technique.
The Gallery will be exhibiting a thought-provoking and varied selection of British works of art spanning 500 years including a 15th century Nottingham alabaster religious relief, a Luddite landscape by John Linnell, a Algernon Newton painting from the 1940’s, and a 1911 Stanley Spencer drawing.
VIGO is pleased to announce their fourth solo show with Johnny Abrahams. The artist has developed a new body of work over the last year, holding back the most significant paintings this exhibition, his first in London for two years.
A presentation of iconic works by acclaimed Korean artist Do Ho Suh. Showcasing the range of Suh’s practice - including large and small-scale architectural fabric works, thread drawings, watercolors, and bronze sculpture.
Join Georgina Adam, Financial Times contributor and art market editor-at-large of The Art Newspaper, and Clare McAndrew, the economist and author of the Art Basel & UBS Art Market Report, for a candid conversation about the state of the art industry today.
Lawrie Shabibi is pleased to be part of the first lineup of rotating exhibitions at the much anticipated opening of Cromwell Place London, featuring a series of recent paintings by Moroccan artist Mohamed Melehi (b.1936).
Lehmann Maupin is pleased to present a virtual conversation between Matthew Higgs, Director and Chief Curator of White Columns, and British artist Billy Childish, whose multi-disciplinary practice and creative process are the subject of a residency at the gallery’s new space in London.
Is the new spirit of collaboration lip-service or game-changing? Galleries are increasingly teaming up to stay afloat—but for how long? Featuring Pilar Corrias, Caroline Douglas, Sunny Rahbar and Neil Wenman.
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