Galleries - September 2013

a MALL GALLERIES The Mall (nr Trafalgar Square), SW1 Society of Equestrian Artists: The Horse in Art. Open Exhibition 2013. Sep 9–14. *ad For catalogues or to view online –see website for details. For PV invitation please contact the secretary: t 0300 0110 185 Still Alive. Sep 16–21. Contemporary still life paintings by members of the Federation of British artists –ranging from the realist to the abstract all utilising form and texture, colour and tone to convey the essence of everyday objects. Admn free. 10–5 The Threadneedle Prize for Painting & Sculpture. Sep 25–Oct 12. The leading competition for figurative and representational painting and sculpture for artists working in the UK and Europe. At £30,000 it is one of the largest art prizes in the UK: visitors may vote for the £10,000 Visitors’ Choice Award. Admn free. 10–5 (closes 1pm final day) t 020 7930 6844 b THE NATIONAL GALLERY Trafalgar Square, WC2N 5DN Vermeer and Music: The Art of Love and Leisure. Jun 26–Sep 8. Sainsbury Wing, admn charge. Dutch masterpieces alongside 17th C. musical instruments. Michael Landy: Saints Alive. May 23–Nov 24. Sunley Room, admn free. Interactive sculptures and collage inspired by images of saints in the National Gallery. Birth of a Collection: Masterpieces from the Barber Institute of Fine Arts. May 22–Sep 1. Room 1, admn free. Daily 10–6, Fri until 9 t 020 7747 2885 Gallery Information c PANTER & HALL 11–12 Pall Mall, SW1Y 5LU Susan Ryder RP NEAC: ‘Reflected Light’. Sep 11–27. An exciting new body of work by an artist renowned for her glorious interiors and sunlit terraces, in a contemporary, British Impressionist style. 20/21 British Art Fair , Sep 11–15, Royal College of Art, London SW7, Stand 38. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat by appt t 020 7399 9999 f 020 7499 4449 RE G ENTSTREET B EA KSTR E E T R EGEN T S T C HAR L E S II S T J E RMYN STREET C A R L T O N H S E. T E R. PLA C E WA T E R L H A Y M A R E T C O C K S P U R S T W H I T E HALL T H E MALL N O R T H U M B ER L A N D A V E . P A L L M A L L B ED F O R D S T F LORAL S T K I N G H ENRIE T T A ST ST A I N T MARTI N ' S L AN E S H E L W O L D COM T L E XIN G TONS T REET L L S H A F T E S B U R Y A V E N U E C H A R I N G C R O S S R O A D S T R A N D B R EWER S T P I C C A D I LLY L O N G A C R E NE W V I C T O R I A E M B A TRAFALGAR SQUARE K I N G S T S T O R M B E BE AK S EN T JE YN S TR E ET C A R L TON H S E . TE R . H A Y M A R K E T W H ITEHA LL THE MAL L L M A L L B E D F OR D S T R AL ST A I A RT IN ' S L ANE S L O W T E T L XI NG T O N S T C H I G C R O S S R O A D B R E R S T L O N G A C R E EGENT STREET S H A F T E S B U R Y A V E S T R A N D P I C C A I L Y V I C T O R I A E M B Covent Ga Piccadilly Circus Leicester Square Charing Cro Em a c b S T S T MAP 27 ST J A M ES ’ S 49. GALLERIES SEPTEMBER 13 MAP 28 LONDON TRAFALGAR SQ YOUNG ART 2013 Our grateful thanks to the following supporters: Artbeat dmg media Alec Drew Picture Frames Bilton Grange 3M United Kingdom plc Campbell Lutyens Chelsea Framers Christina Leder Collingham Cumberland Pencil Co Eaton Square School Galleries magazine Gallery 286 Henkel Holland Park Tuition & Education McVitie’s Menck Windows Piers Feetham Framing Print Station Reeves Seawhite of Brighton Slater Harrison SouthKensington Print The Maxim Workshop The Studio The Royal College of Art Thomas’s Schools Urban Space Management Waitrose, Belgravia Walkers Crisps Daler Rowney The Frame Library Framers Young Art is now the largest annual Exhibition of its kind in London, where young artists have the chance to exhibit their work at The Royal College of Art, one of the most prestigious venues in Britain, in aid of Cancer ResearchUK. 24 - 27 September The Royal College of Art , Kensington Gore London SW7