Jeff Robb | Liminal States
16 Apr - 09 May 2015
Jeff Robb is currently best known for his lenticular photographic work focusing on the female nude and abstract forms in space, which he makes in series. The works in this exhibition are predominantly lenticular photography that use a vertical lens array to present a stereo pair of images to the eyes. They are 3D pictures without glasses. The screen...
Christopher Thompson | Somewhere : A Moment's Thought.
16 Apr - 09 May 2015
Captured in his delicate painterly technique and an often subdued palette, Christopher Thompson’s compositions portray the human drama inherent in gestures, glances and emotions. In combining his imagined sources with observational accuracy, his work traverses the divide between the real and the fictitious &n...
Alison Jacques Gallery is pleased to present Organic Sculpture, a group exhibition including works by fifteen artists made over the past fifty years. Whilst some sculptures question the differentiation between geometric and organic forms, others address the relationship of the form to the body or the form to the whole. The artists participating span four continents: Janine Antoni (American, b.1964);...
Los Angeles-based artist Joel Morrison creates sculptures and wall works that are slick, highly polished and desirable. They are also changelings born from the waste and excess of a consumerist culture. His stainless steel artworks are dystopian aberrations made up of quotidian discarded objects found around his neighborhood and studio in Los Angeles. Broken bits of trolley, balloons, blankets an...
September 25th, 2014 - May 17th
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The first display in a series exploring the architecture and design of the Barbican celebrates its architects: Peter 'Joe' Chamberlin, Geoffry Powell and Christof Bon.Discover rare photographs taken by CP&B and watercolours by Powell.
This is the first major exhibition in the UK to present the fascinating personal collections of post-war and contemporary artists. Ranging from mass-produced memorabilia and popular collectibles to one-of-a-kind curiosities, rarefied artifacts, and specimens, these collections provide insight into the inspirations, influences, motives and obsessions of artists. While some artists are connoisseurs, oth...
Internationally renowned for sculptural installations and video works, Swiss artist Roman Signer presents Slow Movement, a new installation for the Curve using the kayak, a longstanding symbol and form in his work for three decades. Specifically made for this show, a kayak navigates the 90-metre long gallery as if moving through a canal. The exhibition extends out to the foyer and lakeside, with two...
Bernard Jacobson Gallery
other (outside main areas)
28 Duke Street St. James's
London SW1Y 6AG, United Kingdom
+44 020 7734 3431 http://www.jacobsongallery.com
May 1st - May 30th
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Bernard Jacobson Gallery is very pleased to announce that our second exhibition in our new space on Duke Street St James’s will be a series of paintings by one of Britain’s leading painters William Tillyer.
The Palmer paintings continue Tillyer’s long engagement with the English landscape and in particular his lifelong obsession with clouds. The Palmer of the title is Samuel Palmer 180...
There are 108 beads in the japa mala Hindus and Buddhists use to meditate. This is a meditative series, and it powerfully conjures India, where at one time, artists were often pilgrims, even secular-minded ones…”
Blain|Southern is delighted to present an exhibition of new watercolours by Francesco Clemente. Bringing together 108 works on paper, all of which are delicately and i...
"There are 108 beads in the japa mala Hindus and Buddhists use to meditate. This is a meditative series, and it powerfully conjures India, where at one time, artists were often pilgrims, even secular-minded ones…”
Blain|Southern is delighted to present an exhibition of new watercolours by Francesco Clemente. Bringing together 108 works on paper, all of which are delicately...
Jo Baer’s first major show in a UK public gallery centres around her most recent series of paintings, In the Land of the Giants. This series, developed since 2009, reflects on her life-long interest in history and science. Inspired by Palaeolithic cave paintings, Baer saw in these ancient marks, with their instilled meaning, a midway between abstraction and figuration. Depicting esoteric and e...
For his second solo exhibition at Camden Arts Centre, British artist Simon Martin (b. 1965) presents a new film, UR Feeling. This new work takes its title and direction from a quote by architect Peter Eisenman in conversation with Charles Jencks, discussing the redevelopment of Santiago de Compostela’s historic city centre.
'They will feel in the alleyways something, but it’s not qui...
People try to put us down (Talkin' 'bout my generation)
▪ The Who, 'My generation', (1965) (1)
Gustave Courbet once stated that he was 'not only a Socialist, but a Democrat and a Republican, as well: in a word, a supporter of the whole revolution, and above all a realist, that is to say a sincere lover of genuine truth' (2).
In T. J. Clark’s book 'Image of the People’ (1999), Courbet is...