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Anderson Contemporary & The Villa America Fine Art – present Anthony Haden-Guest – The Further Chronicles of the Now

Tuesday, May 9th, 2017

Anderson Contemporary and The Villa America Fine Art are thrilled to share The Further Chronicles of Now, a show of the ground-breaking cartoon work that Anthony Haden-Guest has been making over the last several years.  His targets are as various as the art world, our social disorders  (new & old) and the state/fate of the planet, so the work is content-driven but such formal elements as color and design are very much part of that content.

 Haden-Guest mostly works in pen and ink on paper, but he likes to extend the possibilities of cartoon language through works in neon, collaborating with animators and with other media.

The exhibit runs from May 10th – June 10th.

Susan Schwalb: Luminous Trace at Garvey|Simon Gallery – April 28th – June 6th

Tuesday, April 26th, 2016
Image: Quartet II, 2016 Silver/Copperpoint, navy gesso on arches on panel 16 x 16 1.35 in.
(Courtesy of Garvey| Simon and the Artist)

Garvey|Simon is pleased to announce Susan Schwalb: Luminous Trace, the artist’s 12th solo show in New York.

Susan Schwalb is pioneering American artist of contemporary metalpoint drawing.  The show features abstract, linear compositions of mixed metalpoint on colored surfaces, many of which introduce the artist’s new investigation of absence or the void as a constructive element.  The Opening Reception will take place on Thursday, April 28, 6-8pm. The artist will be present.

The Foundry Gallery presents Katherine Jones’ Looking In, Looking Out (14/Jan-28/Feb)

Monday, December 14th, 2015

From the 14th of January 2016, The Foundry Gallery will present a new exhibition featuring works by Katherine Jones, ‘LOOKING IN, LOOKING OUT’  (one of the works by Jones, Frame, a 2015 collograph is shown here courtesy of The Foundry Gallery) Bridging the divide between motherhood and the art-world has proved to be a catalyst for an exciting new body of work. Partly auto-biographical, acclaimed artist Katherine Jones has taken the archetypal children’s playground and the objects and things a child uses on a daily basis and employed these as a starting point for the works in ‘LOOKING IN, LOOKING OUT’

The fascination of the familiar objects of childhood playgrounds; roundabouts, climbing frames, and the apparatus which form secure considered places for children’s play have become Katherine’s means of expression for describing her personal experiences of witnessing her own children’s development as they begin to learn about the world around them.



Katherine Jones is a fine art printmaker and painter. She was brought up in Herefordshire and now lives and works in Brixton, South London. She combines traditional forms of intaglio and relief print, namely etching, collagraph and block-print to produce her distinctive images. (more…)

Oil & Water Gallery present a solo exhibition by Charles Newington (18/Jun-5/Jul)

Wednesday, June 17th, 2015

Wandsworth-based Oil & Water Gallery present Khajuraho to Cuba, a solo exhibition by Charles Newington running from 18th of June until 5th of July. The show will feature paintings (including Incoming Tide shown above courtesy of Oil & Water Gallery), drawings and prints from recent projects and adventures and these will be accompanied by a selection of small bronze figures by distinguished sculptor Frank Magnus-Hirshfield. Click here for more information.

Oil & Water Gallery - Charles Newington presents DEICIDE by Helen Gorrill

Friday, October 28th, 2011

This November DegreeArt’s Execution Room unveils a bold commentary through the visually confrontational works of Helen Gorrill. Gorill’s striking aesthetic uses post-feminist concepts of power and control, and investigates enforcement, reinforcement and reactions to patriarchal society to display stunning imagery of the female form.

When:  3 November –28 November 2011

Private View: 3 November 2011 6-9PM

Where: DegreeArt’s Execution Room, 12a Vyner Street, London, E2 9DG

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Deicide looks deeper into female submissiveness and the inferiority of women advocated through the bible. Gorrill thoughtfully explores the deconstruction and recovery of the Virgin Mary, the documented abuse and genocide by Moses and the current Pope’s editorial decision to remove women from the bible in his new book for children. (more…)

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