Galleries - February 2010

a ALLA BULYANSKAYA GALLERY 31 Bury Street, St James’s SW1Y 6AU Russian Contemporary Original Paintings, Graphics and Sculpture. Mon–Fri 11–6 t 020 7930 8100 f 020 7930 8103 b CHRISTIE’S (StJames’s) 8 KingStreet, St James’s SW1Y 6QT t 020 7839 9060 c FROST AND REED 2–4 KingStreet, St James’s SW1Y 6QP Living in the City. Feb 2–20. Including works by Emily Allchurch, Jean Dufy, Tom Flint, Kate Giles, Christopher Glanville, Christine Lafuente, Charles Leickert and Lynda Minter. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 11–2 t 020 7839 4645 d GROSVENOR GALLERY 21 Ryder Street, SW1Y 6PX Albert Bitran: Obliques. Feb 3–26. Gallery Specialisms include Modern & Contemporary Indian Art, South African Art and Modern British Sculpture. Mon–Fri 9.30–5.30, Sat 11–4 (during exhibs) t 020 7484 7979 f 020 7484 7980 e THE ILLUSTRATION CUPBOARD 22 Bury Street, St James’s SW1Y 6AL Cambridge School of Art Graduate Exhibition. Feb 1–10. 2010 highlights include artwork by Lauren Child, Brian Wildsmith, Anthony Browne, Shaun Tan and Angela Barrett. t 020 7976 1727 48. GALLERIES FEBRUARY 10 MAPS 31 & 32 LONDON ST JAMES’S & TRAFALGAR SQUARE f MARTYN GREGORY 34 Bury St, St James’s, SW1Y 6AH Early English Watercolours, British Paintings; also leading specialist in China Trade Paintings and pictures relating to the Far East. Mon–Fri 10–6 t 020 7839 3731 f 020 7930 0812 g OAKHAM CONTEMPORARY 27 Bury Street, SW1Y 6AL The Scottish Show. Jan 27–Feb 19. The cream ofcontemporary Scottish painting – over 100 works by 50 artists, from realism to abstraction; prices begin at £450. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat by appt t 020 7839 8800 f 020 7976 2266 h ROYAL OVER-SEAS LEAGUE Over-Seas House, Park Place St James’s Street, SW1A 1LR ROSL Annual Music Competition Photographic Exhibition. Jan 26–Mar 19. To celebrate the centenary ofthe ROSL and the 58th ROSL Annual Music Competition, black and white photographs of recent finalists will be on display. Daily 10–6, admn free web t 020 7408 0214 ext 324 i STERN PISSARRO GALLERY 66 St James’s Street, SW1A 1NE Specialising in Camille Pissarro and three generations of his descendants with a permanent but ever-changing display ofworks by eleven members of the Pissarro family. Also some 19th C. European and 20th C. paintings. Mon–Sat 10–6 t 020 7629 6662 f 020 7409 0077 j WHITFORD FINE ART 6 Duke St, St James’s, SW1Y 6BN Twentieth Century British and European Paintings and Sculpture including Post War Abstraction, Pop Art, French Cubism and Modernism. Aboriginal Art. Mon–Fri 10–6 t 020 7930 9332 f 020 7930 5577 a JILL GEORGE GALLERY 38 Lexington Street, Soho W1F 0LL ‘The Figure Show’. Until Feb 19. Annual Exhibition ofwork based on the Figure. Mon–Fri 10–6, Thur until 8, Sat 11–5 tube Piccadilly Circus & Oxford Circus t 020 7439 7319 b THE MALL GALLERIES The Mall (nr Trafalgar Square) London SW1 London College of Fashion: MA Showcase 2010. Part 1. Feb 2–5, 10–5 (closed Wed from 2), MA Fashion Artefact; MA Fashion Footwear; MA Fashion Curation. Part 2. Feb 9–12, 10–5 (closed Wed from 2), MA Fashion Photography, MA Digital Fashion. For further information please visit: Anatomy of Feelings. Feb 23–Mar 6. First GB solo of1960s-70s Russian non-conformist artist Vladimir Yankilevsky, who has had more than 70 shows in important museums around the world. This exhibition gathers 60 triptychs, collages, draw- ings, oils and sculptures from the 60s to today. Daily 10–5, free except where indicated above t 020 7930 6844 c THE NATIONAL GALLERY Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DN Painting History: Delaroche and Lady Jane Grey. Feb 24–May 23. Sainsbury Wing, admn charge. Focusing on one ofthe nation’s best-loved paintings, this exhibition examines how 19th century French artists found dramatic subject matter in English history. A Masterpiece Recovered: Delaroches’s Charles I Insulted. Feb 24–May 23. Room 1, admn free. Showcasing another monumental painting by Delaroche. Damaged in a bombing raid in 1941 but recently recovered, it will be hung complete with shrapnel wounds. Kienholz: The Hoerengracht. Until Feb 21. Sunley Room, admn free. A contemporary evocation of Amsterdam’s red-light district draws on an old theme ofEuropean art. 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