Blue Nights And Libertine Legends
Sep22

Blue Nights And Libertine Legends

Stair Sainty Gallery are proud to present the first major UK retrospective of the late Cuban-born, Spanish artist Federico Beltran-Masses. The exhibition will include his controversial nude Salome, which was painted in Paris in 1918 and exhibited at the XII Venice Biennale in 1920 in a pavilion dedicated solely to his paintings; there it earned the artist comparisons to the Venetian Masters. Critic Camille Mauclair waxed lyrical about...

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Karin Kneffel At Gagosian Gallery
Sep10

Karin Kneffel At Gagosian Gallery

Gagosian Gallery is pleased to present an exhibition of recent paintings by Karin Kneffel. This is her first exhibition with the gallery. Kneffel addresses the threshold between interior and exterior, and real and fictive space through a sophisticated play on reflectivity, opacity and transparency. Seaming together heterogeneous spaces and times in a flawlessly executed, seductively realist manner, she paints pictures that are...

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Nathan Bowen Solo Show
Aug09

Nathan Bowen Solo Show

Premiere Art’s Nathan Bowen will be hosting his first solo show Nathan Bowen and Friends at the Curious Duke Gallery from the 16th August. Nathan Bowen has been known for his kinetic graffiti style and his ability to create animated characters with a mischievous and boisterous personality.  Nathan is most well-known for his industrious daring builders portrayed on building sites and scaffolding boardings.  A Central St Martins...

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Alex Katz at Turner Contemporary
Aug02

Alex Katz at Turner Contemporary

Alex Katz: Give Me Tomorrow 6 October 2012 – 13 January 2013 This autumn, the remarkable work of one of America’s most important and respected living artists comes to Margate. Alex Katz was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1927 and his prolific career spans an incredible six decades. This major exhibition at Turner Contemporary brings together a selection of Katz’s works from the 1950s to now, including paintings, collages and a 3D...

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Another Man’s Vine
May22

Another Man’s Vine

Barry Sullivan – Another Man’s Vine The Barnard Gallery is delighted to present an exhibition of paintings by Barry Sullivan. At first sight his work appears vaguely reminiscent of the genre of naive, or outsider, art. But a closer reading uncovers a clever ploy on Sullivan’s part to draw the viewer into fantastical vistas where all is not what it seems, where incongruities of scale, unexpected juxtapositions and cunning...

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The Artist Iain Gardiner
May03

The Artist Iain Gardiner

The Artist Iain Gardiner Iain was born in England on the 14th February 1969 but educated in South Africa, where he gained a Diploma in graphic design from the University of Cape Town. He initially worked at Saatchi & Saatchi advertising before moving on to other high profile agencies as an Art Director. After working for over 12 years in advertising and winning numerous awards Iain decided to concentrate on his other passion,...

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