Galleries - July 2014

JULY 2014 GALLERIES 47 glass. Featuring Stephen Gillies and Kate Jones. Summer Open House & Sale. Jul 18–Jul 27. Celebrate summer and enjoy a glass of our iced punch. Peter Layton will be showing his newest series and there will be new work from the London Glassblowing team. Mon–Sat 10–6 tube London Bridge t 020 7403 2800 i SKYLARK GALLERIES - Artist-Run 1.09 Oxo Tower Wharf (first floor riverside), SE1 9PH Tue–Sun 11–6 t 020 7401 9666 5 Gabriel’s Wharf, SE1 9PP Daily Winter 12–5, Summer 11–6 t 020 7928 4005 Two friendly galleries on London’s South Bank present an exciting range of contemporary paintings, prints, ceramics, sculpture and photography. Admn free. j SOUTHBANK PRINTMAKERS Gabriel’s Wharf, (near the Oxo Tower) 56 Upper Ground, SE1 9PP Artist run Gallery; contemporary printmakers showing a wide variety of images and techniques. All work is original and limited edition. Examples of etching, lithography, silkscreen, linocuts, woodcuts and engraving. Mon–Fri 11.30–5, Sat/Sun 10–7 t 020 7928 8184 k STUDIO SIENKO GALLERY 57a Lant Street, SE1 1QN 80 vintage Polish Poster School posters from the pre electronic era. Until 11 July. Concert pianist in residence Lukasz Filipczak. Contact gallery for further details. Prints and Sculptures by Sumiko Okubo from Tokyo. Jul 15–Sep 18. *ad Distinguished printmaker inspired by the tradition of a luminous and misty style of the Korin School, with an influence from her former art education in London. Following successful exhibitions with us and Riverside Gallery in Richmond a few years ago. 1 minute from Borough Tube Mon–Fri 11–6.30, Sat 11–4.30 t 020 7403 1353 l TATE MODERN Bankside, SE1 9TG Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs. Apr 17–Sep 7. A groundbreaking reassessment of Matisse’s colourful and innovative final works made between 1943 and 1954. Admn £16.30 (concs £14.50) or £18.00 (concs £16.00) with Gift Aid donation. Project Space: A Chronicle of Interventions. May 2–Jul 13. Foreign intervention in Central America – seven international artists. Malevich. Jul 16–Oct 26. Admn £13.10 (concs £11.10) or £14.50 (£12.50 concs) with Gift Aid donation. The first major retrospective for almost 25 years, this groundbreaking exhibition draws on the world’s greatest collections of his work. Sun–Thurs 10–6, Fri–Sat 10–10 t 020 7887 8888 (advance tickets and information) Businesses operating principally on the Internet A rt D Your place to buy artwork delivered directly from the artist. Free Delivery. 14 day no quibble returns policy. t 01324 558075 GALERIE D’ART 64 Old High Street, Folkestone, Kent CT20 1RN Fine Art Gallery by the harbour at the centre of a thriving art community. Exhibiting and Dealing. GALLERY JKL Modern and Contemporary French Art. t 07739 596826 ILLUSTRATION ART GALLERY Original illustration art from books, magazines, newspapers and comics at affordable prices. t 020 8768 0022 THE INFINITE GALLERY Rosemary Clunie. *ad JANE FUEST GALLERY Contemporary paintings, sculpture and ceramics. t 01962 735834 P rints GB .com Dedicated site promoting the work of artists working in print. *ad Featuring: Jane Bristowe, Emma Clark, Paula Cox, Colin Gale, Vincent Jackson, Elaine Newman, Susie Perring, Melvyn Petterson, Sonia Rollo, Chris Salmon. t/f 01372 842 879 TALISMAN FINE ART Symbolist Art, Art Nouveau, Deco, mainly on paper (1860-1940). t 07764 578130 VICTOR ARWAS GALLERY Editions Graphiques Ltd, London Original graphics, drawings, paintings, 1880–1960. Art Nouveau and Art Deco Applied Arts and graphics. Books by Victor Arwas. t 020 7499 2658 f 020 7493 5779 THE WHITLEY ART GALLERY Annacrevy Schoolhouse, Enniskerry, Co. Wicklow Ireland Original Prints & Drawings, Japanese Woodblocks, Contemporary Painters & Photographers. t 00353 1 2829915 WEB WORLD WIDE