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2018 art season kicks-off with the London Art Fair’s 30th Edition (17th – 21st January 2018)

Saturday, January 13th, 2018

From 17 – 21 January 2018, the London Art Fair will return for its 30th anniversary edition. Launching the international art calendar, the Fair offers exceptional modern and contemporary art from leading galleries around the world.

Exhibiting AWAD galleries include Anise Gallery (Stand G37), Contemporary Collective (Stand G33), The Cynthia Corbett Gallery (Stand 5), Decorazon Gallery (Stand G12), Joanna Bryant Projects (Stand P18B) and TAG Fine Arts.

In a celebration of female artistic talent at this special Fair edition, an all-female line-up is set for Dialogues. We’re delighted that AWAD Member Joanna Bryant is taking part in this guest-curated section of Art Projects that is intended to encourage and foster relationships on a global scale. This year’s exhibition is curated by Misal Adnan Yildiz and consists of five pairs of UK-based and international galleries presenting selected works by women artists, with a high percentage of Non-European participants which includes indigenous practices from Maori, Kurdish, Asian, and African origins.

Dialogues’ Curator Misal Adnan Yildiz says:

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Anise Gallery presents Daniel Mullen’s ‘Constructing the Future’ in June

Wednesday, May 25th, 2016

Anise Gallery presents artist Daniel Mullen (one of whose works is shown here courtesy of the artist and Anise Gallery) for his first show at the gallery, ‘Constructing the Future’, which sees the artist develop his practice exploring space, line and form. There are clear aesthetic influences from futurism and the Dutch ‘de Stijl’ movement, bringing both in line with contemporary messages and contexts.

Mullen’s work transcends the flat space of the canvas and invites the viewer into a new realm which is not explicit, creating access into a wider spectrum of the possible, and the imaginary. Again employing concepts developed by the likes of Mondrian in the De Stijl movement, we see the artist’s work materialising the term ‘neo-plasticism’, referring to a branch of abstraction which uses horizontal and vertical lines and mostly primary colours. For more information click here.

Anise Gallery, Elena Shchukina Gallery and Joanna Bryant Projects are exhibiting at Art16 (19-22/May)

Tuesday, May 3rd, 2016

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Image: Courtesy of Art15

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The fourth edition of Art16 is bringing together 100 galleries from over 30 countries at Olympia, London from 19 to 22 May . Alongside the gallery presentations, the Fair will launch a new series of talks, “Let’s talk about art,” curated by arts writer and Contributing Editor to GQ, Sophie Hastings.

Among the exhibitors in the main section, AWAD’s Anise Gallery and Gallery Elena Shchukina while Joanna Bryant Projects (exhibiting with Julian Page) will be featured in Emerge,a section dedicated to supporting young galleries and curated by Jonathan Watkins (Director Ikon Gallery, Birmingham). For more information contact the exhibiting galleries:

Anise Gallery          Gallery Elena Shchukina          Joanna Bryant Projects

Gurley’s ‘What Happens in the Print Room…’ at Anise Gallery until 24/March

Monday, February 29th, 2016

 

Image: Bikes on Camper by Gurley (Courtesy of the artist and Anise Gallery)
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Shad Thames based Anise Gallery presents What Happens in the Print Room… a new exhibition by Gurley. Using an artistic process that has been an established art form since the early 1900’s, London based Gurley has been focussed on developing her own evolution of the screenprint for the past ten years of her practice. Back at Anise Gallery for her third solo exhibition, What Happens in the Print Room… turns its attention to the process of the screenprint, the methodology that lies beneath its printed surface.

Click here to read more on the Anise Gallery website.

Anise Gallery presents works by Jeanette Barnes in ‘Time and Tide’ (5/Nov-5/Dec)

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

Anise Gallery presents works by Jeanette Barnes in ‘Time and Tide’, an exhibition at their Shad Thames space running from 5th November to 5th December.

Jeanette Barnes has, for the past 25 years, been capturing the city of London’s boundless energy through her drawings. Often vast in scale, they engage with the continual development of the urban environment and its relationship with those who inhabit it. In contrast to the frantic scenes that they depict, Jeanette’s drawings evolve gradually over time, the ebb and flow of information, akin to a passage of time, developing until the drawings outcome is found.

Her most recent work has taken her further into the depths of time, moving away from the familiar contemporary London to an exploration into its history, hidden and preserved amongst the river beds of the Thames. Everyday artefacts, carefully selected for their resonance, from specific sites along the Thames, St Paul’s, the Globe Theatre and Shad Thames, are reinterpreted. Their simplistic beauty highlighted and through integrating these objects into her work, Jeanette reconnects them with the present London.

‘Time and Tide’ brings these two bodies of work together for the first time, contrasting the activity and timespan of contemporary London with that deeper sense of history that London’s rivers maintain to re-frame our view of then and now.

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