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Bloomsbury and Fitzrovia Art Shows.
Underground: Tottenham Court Road, Russell Square, Holborn, Goodge Street
AUSTIN/DESMOND FINE ART
CONTEMPORARY CERAMICS CENTRE
DÉBUT ART & THE CONINGSBY GALLERY
THE FRAMERS GALLERY
REBECCA HOSSACK ART GALLERY
STORE STREET GALLERY
30 Museum Street, London WC1A 1LH
opp British Museum
Illustrated 'Lists' introducing new stock of watercolours, drawings, oils and prints appear on our website on the 1st Wednesday of every month.
Our Conservator offers free advice and quotes for the conservation of works on paper.
t 020 7637 3981
Pied Bull Yard, 68/69 Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3BN
Specialising in Modern British, International and Contemporary art.
Telfer Stokes: Embodied - Metal Objects 2013-15. May 1-23.
Mon-Fri 10.30-5.30, Sat during exhibitions only 11-2.30
t 020 7242 4443
63 Great Russell Street, London WC1B 3BF
Svend Bayer: New Work. Until May 2.
Walter Keeler: New Work New Possibilities. May 7-30.
New extruded salt glazed forms. "It is the constraints as well as the opportunities of a process that have always motivated my sense of adventure in making."
t 020 7242 9644
34 Windmill Street, London W1T 2JR
Emma Dunbar and Fiona Millais. May 7-28.
Mark Cazalet in the Upper Gallery. May 7-28.
Talk by Mark Cazalet Tue May 12, 6.30.
Mon-Fri 10-6 (Thur 10-8), Sat 11-5
t 020 7323 4700
PRESS RELEASE: Mark Cazalet
30 Tottenham Street, London W1T 4RJ
Exhibition of photographs by BA (Hons) Editorial and Advertising Photography students at the University of Gloucester. Includes a range of talks. May 4-9.
Christina K: Lunar Tribes. May 11-23.
A series of limited edition hand-printed, digital and original works by illustrator, textile designer and screen-printer Christina K. The work explores Christina’s fascination with tribes, their decoration and mystical spirit.
Exhibition of final year Illustration BA (Hons) students’ work at Cleveland College of Art & Design. May 25-30.
t 020 7636 7478
36 Windmill Street, London W1T 2JT
J.E. Pipkin: Horizontal Aspects. May 12-22.
Exhibition of paintings.
Mon-Fri 10-5.30, Sat 11-5
t 020 7580 4878
14 Percy Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 1DR
Artpop - Keith Haynes. Until May 30.
Solo exhibition featuring new work by this exciting vinyl and mixed media artist.
Tue-Fri 10.30-6, Thur 10.30-8, Sat 11-5
t 020 7637 3775
24 Old Gloucester Street, London WC1N 3AL
Kenji Yoshida: Infinite Light. Until May 9.
Solo exhibition of oils and metals works by renowned Japanese artist.
Wang Huangsheng: Unbroken Line. May 14-Jun 20.
First solo exhibition in London by one of the most influential figures in the Chinese art world, Wang Huangsheng ranging from light installations to sculpture, but primarily with ink on paper. Often working with one line, he enhances traditional Chinese brushstrokes, moving ink around the paper in a free form to express a contemporary language.
tube Holborn/Russell Square
Tue-Sat 12.30-5.30, or by appt, admn free
t 020 7242 7367
2a Conway Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 6BA
Will Mackinnon. May 4-30.
Scenes of the Australian wilderness, urbanity and domesticity, exploring their intersection with powerful use of light and shade.
Tracks: Land and Landscape in Aboriginal Art. During May.
Examining the connection between mankind and the land which is at the heart of Aboriginal life and art. Masterworks from across Aboriginal Australia.
t 020 7436 4899
REBECCA HOSSACK AT CHARLOTTE STREET
28 Charlotte Street, London W1T 2NA
Anne Middleton. May 5-30.
Australian artist's exhibition to coincide with the Chelsea Fringe Festival. Middleton’s brush works on her soft grey Belgian linen canvases with scrupulous attention to sensual detail, illuminating the delicate textures of flowers and plants.
t 020 7255 2828
32 Store Street, London WC1E 7BS
89 Charlotte Street, London W1T 4PU
Annemarie Wright: What do you think? Election Special. Until May 15.
Handwritten portraits created using text, all comments and public opinion has been sourced by the artist from social media.
Mon-Fri 10.30-6, Sat 11-5
t 020 7631 0551