Galleries - June 2011

MAPS 29 & 30 LONDON ST JAMES’S & TRAFALGAR SQUARE a ALAN WHEATLEY ART 22 Mason’s Yard, St James’s SW1Y 6BU British and International Modern Art from the latter half of the Twentieth Century. Alan Davie: To uncover the Hidden Unknown, Early Paintings 1949–1968. Jun 16–Jul 22. Mon–Fri 10.30–6 t 020 7930 1262 b CHRISTIE’S (St James’s) 8 KingStreet, St James’s SW1Y 6QT t 020 7839 9060 c GROSVENOR GALLERY 21 Ryder Street, St James’s SW1Y 6PX M.F. Husain: Paintings. June. Gallery specialises in Modern & Contemporary Indian Art, South African Art and Modern British Sculpture. Mon–Fri 9.30–5.30, Sat 11–4 (during exhibitions) t 020 7484 7979 f 020 7484 7980 d IAP FINE ART at Horne & Harvey, 23a St James’s Street (corner of Ryder Street) SW1A 1HA Chris Gollon –New Paintings (incl Love series). Open Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 11.30–2 or by appt tube Green Park or Piccadilly For details on work available and exhibitions: t 0844 561 1833 e THE ILLUSTRATION CUPBOARD 22 Bury Street, St James’s SW1Y 6AL Shirley Hughes: Celebrating 30 48. GALLERIES JUNE 11 Years of Alfie. Jun 2–25. t 020 7976 1727 f MARTYN GREGORY 34 Bury Street, 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 PANTER & HALL 27 Bury Street, SW1Y 6AL Mark Demsteader: ‘Emma’ – a series of paintings based on Emma Watson exploring the artist/muse relationship and the iconic status of the muse in modern society. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat by appt t 020 7839 8800 f 020 7976 2266 h OLYVIA FINE ART 17 Ryder Street, SW1Y 6PY Having successfully promoted the emerging market of Chinese Contemporary Art, in recent years the gallery has heralded an expansion into the Western Modern Masters and Post War. Mon–Fri 10–6 t 020 7925 2986 f 020 7839 5845 i ROYAL OVER-SEAS LEAGUE Over-Seas House, Park Place St James’s Street, SW1A 1LR No exhibition in June. 10–6, admn free t 020 7408 0214 ext 324 j 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 of works by eleven members of the Pissarro family. Also some 19th C. European paintings and 20th C. paintings. Mon–Sat 10–6 t 020 7629 6662 f 020 7409 0077 k WHITFORD FINE ART 6 Duke Street, 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. Showing at Masterpiece 2011, Lon- don, Jun 30–Jul 5, Stand no A46. *ad Mon–Fri 10–6 t 020 7930 9332 f 020 7930 5577 a GALLERY AT THE CRYPT St Martin in the Fields, Trafalgar Square, WC2N 4JJ Jane Stothert: Changing Spec- trums: Paintings and prints of images expressed through colour, shape and rhythm. Jun 13–26. Mon–Sat 10–8, Sun 11–5 t 020 7766 1100 ? JILL GEORGE GALLERY formerly 38 Lexington Street Soho, W1F 0LL The Gallery is re-locating. Please check the website for further details. b MacDOUGALL ARTS Ltd 30A Charles II Street, SW1Y 4AE Russian Art, Works of Art & Icon Auctions. Jun 8–9. Viewing days: Jun 3–7. Old Masters & 19th Century Art Auction. Jul 7, 5pm. Viewing days: Jul 1–6. Catalogues may be ordered online. t 020 7389 8160 f 020 7389 8170 c MALL GALLERIES The Mall (nr Trafalgar Sq) SW1 Wildlife Artist of the Year 2011 & Wildlife Art Exhibition. Jun 7–11. All profits from sales will support David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation projects in the field. Daily 10–5, 4pm final day, admn free Contemporary Perspectives on Water Colour. Jun 14–18. Artists who make innovative use of water-based media showcase their broad range of approaches in this small group show. Daily 10–5, admn free Francesco Visalli: Alternative Reality. Jun 14–18. This solo exhibition records the path P I C C AD I LL Y A R CAD E P A R K P L S T J A M E S ' S P L R YD ER S T R E E T BU R Y STREE T D U K E S T R E E T K I N G S T R E E T JERMY N ST R EET PI ST JAMES'S ST R EET MASON'S YARD a e g d h k j i f c b ST JAMES’S K INGST C O C K S P U RS T N O RTH UMBE R LA N DAV E . OLDCOMPT O NST REG E NT STREET C A R L T O N HS E . TE R. H A Y M A R K E T W HIT E HAL L T HEMALL P A L L M A L L B E D F O RD ST F LO R ALS T NEALST DELLSTREET S A IN TM A RT IN' S L AN E S HEL TON S T BO WST RE E T D R U R Y G R E A T Q U E E G CRO S S R D F RITH S T G R E EK S T E A NST RE ET R DOU R S TR EET ER WICKSTREET L EXI N GTO N ST A N D C H A R I N G C R O S S R O A D W E RS T L O N G A C R E S H A F T E S B U R Y A V E S T R A N D S H A F T E S B U A DI LLY V I C T O R I A E M B A N K M E N Covent Garden Piccadilly Circus Leicester Square Charing Cross Embankm a e d c b TRAFALGAR SQ