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TAG Fine Arts presents Adam Dant “Maps of London And Beyond”

Wednesday, June 27th, 2018

To celebrate the launch of his new book ‘Maps of London & Beyond‘, TAG Fine Arts presents a solo show of Adam Dant’s works at The Map House, London.  Adam Dant’s new book is full of his brilliantly inventive maps which focus on the history and culture of London (and beyond). He looks in detail at the neighbourhoods of Shoreditch and Hackney, identifies characters commonly found in the squares of Hoxton and Soho, and charts the history of Gin in the city. There is also a geographical guide to London slang, and a tour of some of the city’s public sculptures. The exhibition includes an extensive selection of original works and limited edition prints that are featured in the book.

Friday 29th June – Saturday 14th July Private View & Book Signing Thursday 28th June 6 – 8pm (by invitation only)

Erika Ranee’s Green Rose at the Ground Floor Gallery

Tuesday, June 26th, 2018

Ground Floor Gallery is proud to present “Green Rose,” a solo exhibition of new works culled from Erika Ranee’s rich trove of abstract, mixed-media drawings informed by nature. This show is the Act3 of a five part exhibition series in celebration of the Galleries fifth anniversary. It opens on June 28th.

“It’s been reported that abolitionist Quakers in Maryland planted and/or wore green roses as beacons of safety for slaves along the Underground Railroad.I like the idea of nature as a beacon. It plays well with my works on paper as they explore the internal biology of plants and humans (in an abstract intuitive way, of course). I think of each work on paper as a journal documentation of energy and essence. Nature is the healer and neutralizer.” – Artist Erika Ranee

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts presents Four Degrees of Abstraction

Wednesday, June 20th, 2018

Kathryn Markel Fine Arts is pleased to present Four Degrees of Abstraction, a group show curated by Anne-Brigitte Sirois. 

Four Degrees of Abstraction brings together paintings by four artists, Xiaofu Wang, Suzanne Olivier, Cora Cohen, and Morgan Everhart, working in various degrees of abstraction and investigates each artist’s iconographic relation with nature. The exhibition aims to consider the hierarchical distinctions first positioned by art critic and champion of abstract painting, Clement Greenberg, who wrote in his essay On Abstract Art(1944), “Let painting confine itself to the disposition pure and simple of color and line, and not intrigue us by associations with things we can experience more authentically elsewhere… art that is representational too easily suggests narrative and thus panders to literature.” Nearly seventy-five years and many waves of Clem-bashing later, the formalist perspective occupies a position at the zenith of the established culture, yet it remains a subject of controversy.

The show will run June 21st – July 28th.

Suzanne Olivier, Érosion du continent

TAG Fine Arts presents Rob Ryan’s But If I Tell You It Won’t Come True

Monday, June 18th, 2018

TAG Fine Arts  is pleased to present for June 2018, ‘But If I Tell You It Won’t Come True’,  Rob Ryan‘s solo show at the Art Workers’ Guild, Bloomsbury. The show consists of brand new intricate paper cuts and silkscreen prints along with the launch of his new monograph titled ‘I Thought About It In My Head and I Felt It In My Heart But I Made It With My Hands‘.  Copies of the monograph will be available to purchase and there will be a book signing on Saturday 23rd June from 1pm- 3pm. This is the first book of his collected artwork, which features his work spanning 30 years of his career.

Opening hours: Monday June 18th – Saturday June 23rd, 10am – 6pm.

 

You can pre-order your copy of Rob Ryan’s Monograph here.

VanDeb Editions presents – Summer Selects

Monday, June 4th, 2018

Each summer VanDeb Editions chooses prints from among the artists that they have worked with for their Summer Selects show. Each artist worked with Master printer Marjorie VanDyke to create either etchings, aquatints or monotypes at the VanDeb Studio. The show is up from June 5 – August 31st.

DEBORAH FREEDMAN & MARJORIE VAN DYKE  began their association at Robert Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop in 1988 – sharing a passion for etching and monotype. In 1999 they founded VanDeb Editions – collaborating with artists to explore the process of making prints while expanding their aesthetic vocabulary. It has been a joy for them to work with the 43 people who have produced prints of originality and superlative production values.

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