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Katrine Levin Galleries : The Magical Worlds of Mamuka Dideba | 31 May – 6 June 2019

Monday, May 20th, 2019


One of the oldest cultures in Europe and Central Asia, Georgia is a land of inspiration, diversity, and artistic mastery. It is the home of Mamuka Dideba.

The art of Dideba, who is dubbed “Georgia’s Bruegel”, brings joy through a unique expression of the wonder, the subtle humour, and the warm and often surreal philosophical outlook that is quintessentially Georgian.

A master of figurative and abstract, Dideba paints in exquisite Renaissance-era imprimatura technique that lights up the paintings from within – a process that requires enormous skill.

Inspired by the Old Masters and Georgia’s rich history, Dideba explores beauty through vivid characters whose unconventional forms and faces convey their essence with gentle humour.  The whimsical background and clothing of the figures incorporate elements of Dideba’s abstracted works, acting as an unconscious bridge between the genres.

His abstracted paintings lure deep inside their magical and irresistibly contemplative worlds through an ingenious interplay of light and colour. It is possible to “walk” for hours through their imperceptibly changing shades.

Born in 1968 in Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia, Dideba studied at the prestigious Nikoladze School of Art and the Tbilisi State Art Academy. Dideba is known as “Georgia’s Bruegel” because of his deviation from realistic proportions and interest in human behaviour.

WHERE: Shapero Rare Books, Modern Art Gallery, 32 St. George St., Mayfair, London W1S 2EA

WHEN: 31 May – 6 June 2019

Victor Richardson & Orla de Bri at the Barbara Stanley Gallery (18-30 Nov)

Monday, November 10th, 2014


The Barbara Stanley Gallery presents an exhibition of paintings by Victor Richardson & sculptures by Orla de Bri in a show that will run from 18th to 30th of November. For more information click here.


Piero Guccione: Master of the Sublime and the Everyday at Fiumano Fine Art in July

Monday, July 1st, 2013


Image: Piero Guccione’s Atesa di Partire (Courtesy of Fiumano Fine Art)


Curated by the British art historian and critic Michael Peppiatt, Piero Guccione: Master of the Sublime and the Everyday opens on July 4th at Fiumano Fine Art . This exhibition coincides with the screening of the documentary ‘Piero Guccione, ‘Verso L’Infinito’ directed by Nunzio Massimo Nifosì at the Italian Cultural Institute, London. For more information, contact Fiumano Fine Art.


Living Space, an exhibition exploring biomimicry and bio-inspiration in architecture at So Far, the Future (26 June-1July)

Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

So Far, the Future presents Living Space, an exhibition exploring biomimicry and bio-inspiration in architecture, through materials and installations that grow, decompose, sense and respond to their surroundings.

Living Space is an exhibition showcasing materials and installations that grow, decompose, sense and respond to their surroundings. Through the examination of biomimicry and bio-inspiration in architecture this project celebrates the work of contemporary architects and designers, and the methodology and materials used to explore their ideas.

Curated by CADA (Curating Architecture Design Art) in partnership with So Far, the Future gallery, Living Space includes materials, processes and projects that reflect upon the future of architecture, and its relationship to the environment.

For more information go to go to So Far, the Future.

Summer Exhibition at Fiumano Fine Art opening on July 3rd

Tuesday, June 26th, 2012
Images above courtesy of Fiumano Fine Art
Image below, a work by Margaret Egan courtesy of Barbara Stanley


Fiumano Fine Art and the Barbara Stanley Gallery will be holding their annual joint summer exhibition throughout July and August 2012 showcasing new work from a selection of gallery artists. Click here for more information.

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