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The Cynthia Corbett Gallery will be at MULTIPLIED, London (12-15 Oct)

Monday, October 8th, 2012

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Image: Christina Benz’s ‘take it or leave it’ screenshot (Courtesy of The Cynthia Corbett Gallery)

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The Cynthia Corbett Gallery will be exhibiting at MULTIPLIED that takes place from 12 – 15 October 2012 at Christie’s, South Kensington | www.multipliedartfair.com

For more information contact the Cynthia Corbett Gallery.


Shirley Crowther Contemporary Art announces “Drawn to Colour” a showcase of drawings and original screen prints by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham (3-20 Oct)

Sunday, August 19th, 2012

In Barns-Graham’s centenary year, and in association with the Barns-Graham Charitable Trust, Shirley Crowther Contemporary Art announces “Drawn to Colour”, an exhibition that will a selection of works by Wilhelmina Barns-Graham. this show will run from 3rd to 24th October and will feature a selection of fine drawings and original screen prints, all of which will be for sale.  For more information, contact Shirley Crowther Contemporary Art.

Wilhelmina Barns-Graham (1912-2004) was one of the foremost painters working in St Ives after moving there in 1940. Her paintings, alongside those of her contemporaries that comprise the St Ives school, contributed greatly to the development of Modernist British painting in the mid to late twentieth century.

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Sarah Wiseman Gallery presents new works by Emerson Mayes

Saturday, June 2nd, 2012
Image: Emerson Mayes’ The Wary Hare Drypoint engraving (Courtesy of the Sarah Wiseman Gallery)

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This month at Sarah Wiseman Gallery, we’ll be exhibiting new work by acclaimed landscape  artist Emerson Mayes. In his new series, Emerson has created a number of works using oil on paper, which gives a softened, luminous line filled with light and movement. Much of his work is the result of an honest, emotional response to his surroundings, and his deep connection with his native Yorkshire, where almost all of his work is created.

Although he is best known for his landscape paintings, Emerson Mayes spent the majority of 2011 concentrating on drawing, and honing his skills as a printmaker. He spent a year studying the abundant wild-life and changing seasons at Fountains Abbey, Yorkshire which was historically also inspiration for JMW Turner. The result was a stunning series of dry-point etchings of British wild-life, which we exhibited at Sarah Wiseman Gallery last year.

He graduated from Leeds University in 1994 and has worked consistently since then, exhibiting all over the UK. His can be found in both public and private collections. Click here for more details.

 

Flaere Gallery presents ‘Another Dream #1′ by artist Hidemi Katagi

Saturday, December 31st, 2011

Hidemi Takagi has created this wonderfully evocative video that is sure to banish any winter blues. The video was shot in New York’s Coney Island and follows on from her earlier work in the series Happy Photographie taken over the last decade.  To view the video go to Flaere’s website. (more…)

Flaere Gallery presents Down Out London Paris ‘A Tale of Two Art Fairs’

Tuesday, October 18th, 2011

CHIC Artfair At la Cité de la Mode et du Design – From Fri 21st Oct  to  Mon 24th Oct
34, QUAI D’AUSTERLITZ – 75013 PARIS

AFFORDABLE ART FAIR, Hampstead From Weds 26 Oct (Private View – 5.30 – 9.30pm) to Sun 30 Oct – 11– 6.00pm

In 2011, for its second edition, CHIC ART FAIR will be:

A fair with 45 contemporary art galleries, with 15 innovative design galleries, and, new to the 2011 event, the creation of a section that bridges contemporary art and design, limited to 20 publishers of art books.

Ever more events, with a Video Night, the Green Party on Sunday evening, and many river-surprises…. Meetings, events, conferences…

sculpture garden on the terraces of the Cité de la Mode et du Design, a reflective exhibition on the dialogues of art and contemporary design.

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