Galleries - December 2011

53. GALLERIES DECEMBER 11 g G90 90 Mountgrove Road, N5 2LT Mason Storm’s Solo Show – ‘Somewhere Between Sacred and Profane’. Dec 9–24. *pr *ad A stunningcollection of oils from art’s enfant terrible. h GUILDHALL ART GALLERY Guildhall Yard, EC2V 5AE Atkinson Grimshaw: Painter of Moonlight. Until Jan 15. First major show in over 30 years, chartinghis career from early Pre-Raphaelite style to atmospheric oils of later years. Over 50 major works from public and private collections by this celebrated Victorian artist. £5/£3, u-16, City workers & residents, Art Fund members free. Liza Dracup: Chasing the Gloaming. Until Jan 15. Photographer shows new work in response to Grimshaw’s paintings. Admn free with entry to above show. The Founders’ Sculpture Prize. Until Jan 22. Display of work by the winner of the 2011 biennial prize, which promotes figurative sculptors in the early stage of their career. Mon–Sat 10–5, Sun 12–4, free general entry t 020 7332 3700 i HOOPERS GALLERY 15 Clerkenwell Close, EC1R 0AA Roger Hooper: ‘Life in the Wild’ – in association with WWF. Dec 2–22. PV Dec 1, 6–8pm. tube Farringdon Tue–Fri 11–5, Thur 11–6.30, other times appt t 020 7490 3907 j I C N GALLERY 96–98 Leonard Street, EC2A 4RH Riusuke Fukahori: Goldfish Salvation. Dec 1–Jan 11. *pr *ad London debut exhibition. Fukahori’s unique style uses acrylic on resin resultingin 3D appearance and lifelike vitality. Gallery closed Dec 23–Jan 3. Mon–Sat 12–7, admn free t 020 7729 7977 k KINGS PLACE GALLERY Kings Place, 90 York Way, N1 9AG Line of Influence: Portraits of Central Saint Martins by Janet Lance-Hughes; Chris Moore: Catwalking– this exhibition celebrates Moore’s remarkable career with a collection of his iconic photographs. Dec 2–Feb 10. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat/Sun 12–6, admn free t 020 7520 1485 l MAUREEN PALEY 21 Herald Street, E2 6JT Gert & Uwe Tobias. Nov 26–Jan 15. Wed–Sun 11–6& by appt t 020 7729 4112 f 020 7729 4113 m THE MILLINERY WORKS 85/87 Southgate Road, N1 3JS Keith Sutton (1924–1991): Paintings and Collages – A Retrospective. Nov 30–Dec 22. *ad Tue–Sat 11–6, Sun 12–5 t 020 7359 2019 f 020 7359 5792 n SIGNAL GALLERY 32 PaulStreet, EC2A 4LB Specialisingin contemporary painting , with a particular emphasis on figurative work. Punk and Beyond . . . Dedicated to the late Poly Styrene. Nov 25–Dec 17. Tue–Sat 12–6& by appt t 020 7613 1550 51 Southwark Street London SE1 1RU Phone: 020 7407 3222 Email: m Housed on two floors of the historic Menier Chocolate Factory in Southwark, the Menier Gallery offers a dramatic space to exhibit works of art and design. The gallery can also be hired for evening events and receptions. Two minutes walk from Borough Market and five minutes from Tate Modern Exhibition space for one or two floors U Approx. 1500 square feet on each floor U Gallery technician U Free evening private view U Web & mailing list promotion U Competitive rates 51 Southwark Street London SE1 1RU Tel: 02 407 3 22 E: The EastEnd’s Premier ArtSpace Large, fully equipped, flexible open-plan space. Ideal for art, photography, jewellery, furniture and 3D exhibitions. 112 sq m (1,200 sq ft) of prime display area; 50 linear m (164 ft) of wall hanging space. 16 ft full-height display window. Video space/meeting room. 10 mins from Liverpool St/Old St Tube. PLEASE CALL OR EMAIL for a brochure and price list Tel: 020 7287 8408 email: The Factory, 50 Redchurch Street, London E2 7DP F O R H I R E