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Elena Shchukina Chen Jiang-Hong

Gallery Elena Shchukina presents Returning Home, an exhibition by Chen Jiang-Hong

Gallery Elena Shchukina presents Returning Home, an exhibition of ink wash and oil painting by Paris-based Chinese artist Chen Jiang-Hong. The exhibition, Chen’s first with the gallery, will open on 3rd November to coincide with Asian Art in London.

Chen’s work is characterised by a chaotic serenity: at once explosive and calm, dynamic and tranquil. Chen has developed his unique aesthetic by merging Eastern and Western painting traditions, profoundly influenced by his own experience of living between two cultures. Read more

Sarah Wiseman Carol Pace First Sun

‘Connections’: an exhibition with Carol Peace and Andrew Hood at the Sarah Wiseman Gallery, Oxford

Sarah Wiseman Gallery in Oxford presents Connections an exhibition with Andrew Hood and Carol Peace (whose work First Sun is shown here courtesy of the artist and Sarah Wiseman Gallery), two artists exploring the connections we make with one another and with the landscapes around us. Connections runs until October 29th. For more information click here.

About Connections

Working in sculpture and in painting respectively, both artists begin by drawing from life; in Carol’s case in the life room with a model, or with Andrew Hood, a chosen location in a city street or remote landscape. Both seek an emotional response from what they see, immersing themselves and the viewer into their own perceived world. Forming connections between vision and the page, canvas or clay – pencil, brushes or charcoal becomes an extension of the eye, arm and hand.
The exhibition promises to be a visual and sensual feast, both sculpture and painting in an exploration of texture, dynamic mark making, movement and colour.

ARTful Tower 42 Bonnie & Clyde + Maria Rivans

ARTful are collaborating with Liberty Gallery at Tower 42 with art by Bonnie & Clyde and Maria Rivans

ARTful are delighted to be collaborating with Liberty Gallery  for the first time together showcasing artworks by artists Bonnie & Clyde (including From the City to the Sea shown above courtesy of the artist and the galleries) and Maria Rivans at Tower 42, 25 Old Broad Street, London. For any information or an appointment to view please contact

Karin Weber Gallery Eric Fok

Karin Weber Gallery presents Paperscapes, New Works by Stephen Wong Chun Hei and Eric Fok

Karin Weber Gallery is excited to present a new gallery collaboration with a Hong Kong and a Macau artist in the upcoming show ‘Paperscapes’: New Works by Stephen Wong Chun Hei and Eric Fok (one of whose works is shown here courtesy of the artist and the Karin Weber Gallery). Paper transforms into the perfect backdrop for the artists’ flights of the imagination across mythical mountain – and cityscapes.

‘Paperscapes’ created by both artists may be surreal, yet elements that appear warmly familiar to the viewer appear in each work. An intriguing blend of the local, the rooted, and the everyday are juxtaposed with the dreamy and fantastical in works inspired by the past, yet inspired by the minds of their creators. The fantastical nature of the show is enhanced by the miniature sizing of many of the paintings, introducing greater complexity while demanding even greater craftsmanship.

About the artists

Stephen Wong Chun Hei (b. 1986)

Stephen obtained his BA in Fine Arts from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2008 and has since worked from his studio space in Fo Tan. Inspiration for his early work initially came from video games; now, the mountain subject plays a significant role in his work, which is frequently created ‘en plein air’ while hiking the Hong Kong hillside. As he shares, “a new mountain is created everyday in my imagination.” Stephen Wong has shown extensively in Hong Kong. His works are held in numerous private collections in Hong Kong and Asia.

Eric Fok (b. 1990)

A visual arts graduate from the Macao Polytechnic Institute, Eric Fok lives and works in Macao. His paperscapes are a unique blend of tradition and modernity. Using a technical pen and paper that is aged using tea, he integrates ancient maps with modern constructions. Eric had his first solo exhibition in Portugal in 2014 but has participated in several group shows in Macao, Hong Kong, London and Singapore over the past seven years. His works form part of several prestigious public collections including the Macau Government Headquarters (Governor’s Palace), Cultural Affairs Bureau of the Macau S.A.R., Oriental Foundation, Macau Museum of Art, The Orient Museum (Portugal), University Museum and Art Gallery (HKU), and private collections in Italy, Las Vegas (U.S.A.), United Kingdom, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Macao.


Kathryn Markel Fine Arts shares YOLANDA SANCHEZ Along the Road of Dreams

Image – Yolanda Sanchez’ “The Space Between,” 2016, oil on canvas, 52 x 52 in.
Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to present Along the Road of Dreams, Yolanda Sanchez’s fifth solo show with the gallery. Sanchez’s paintings are beholden to the contrast of movement and pause, energy and stillness. Her wildly expressionistic brushwork is infused with the elegant control of calligraphy and grounded by the quiet of negative space. There is a dancer’s rhythm to her work, celebrating gestural mark-making, the harmony of opposing forces, and the physicality of the paint itself.
October 20th  – November 26th , 2016

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