Galleries - February 2015

MAP 24 LONDON NEW BOND STREET 34 GALLERIES FEBRUARY 2015 C A R N S . M O L TON S T B IN N E Y ST ER I N G S T W H I T E H OR B O LTON S T H AL F M OO N CL IF F O R D ST BRU T O N PL B O U R D O N S T A V E R Y R O W S T G E O R GE S T C AR LOS P L K I N GLY ST B U R L I N G T O N BRO O K'S M S WEI GH H O U S EST B E R K E L E Y S T R E E T D O V E R S T R E E T D A V I E S S T R E E T D U K E ST R EE T BROOK S T RE E T C H AR LES ST SO UT H S T R EET H I L L S T REE T S. A U DLE Y ST C U R Z O N S T R E E T S A V IL E R O W M O U N T S T R E E T B R U T O N S T S Q U A R E B E R K E L E Y M A D D O X S T G T M A G R O S V E N O R S T R E E T SQUA R E G RO S V E N O R S Q U A R E H A N O V E R C O N D U I T S T R E E T N E W / N E W B O N D S T R E E T N E D I L L Y R E G E N T S T R R D S T R E E T S V E D E OL D B O N D S T C O R K S T MAP 27 MA ST J AM MAP 26 a e h n f c b i j l g k d m l Bond Street a ANNELY JUDA FINE ART 23 Dering Street, W1S 1AW TadashiKawamata: Feb 26–Mar 21. Representing Contemporary British, European and International artists. The gallery also exhibits masters of the 20th century avant-garde, specialising in Russian Constructivism, Bauhaus and De Stijl. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 11–5 t 020 7629 7578 b BEAUX ARTS 48 Maddox Street, W1S 1AY Sarah Gillespie – ‘A Love As Old As Water’. Jan 29–Feb 28. An extraordinarily talented artist who creates works on paper of remarkable depth and texture; using only ink and charcoal on paper creating the most beautiful images. Mon–Sat 11–6 t 020 7493 1155 c BELGRAVIA GALLERY 23 Maddox Street, W1S 2QN Trish Wylie. Cowboys. An exhibition of new works on paper and canvas. Mon–Fri 10.30–6 t 020 7495 1010 d BONHAMS 101 New Bond Street, W1S 1SR Fine Art Auctioneers. Sales and viewing held daily of paintings, watercolours and prints, English, European, Oriental ceramics, etc. Free verbal valuations given. Mon–Fri 8.30–5, Sun (viewing only) 2–5 t 020 7629 6602 e 54 THE GALLERY 54 Shepherd Market, W1J 7QX ‘Svalbard’: Arctic Wilderness, Community and Polar Bears. Feb 24–28. *ad For the last 5 years, through visits to Svalbard, Norway, Louise Pilditch has captured the phenomenon of the Polar Night, sharing space with Polar Bears and Svalbard’s sense of adventure. Paintings captured from sketches, memory and reference photos will transport visitors to the arctic landscapes of this unique collection of islands. Daily 11–6 t 020 7491 7322 f FLEMING COLLECTION 13 Berkeley Street, W1J 8DU Fleece to Fibre: The Making of the Large Tree Group Tapestry. Until Feb 14. No Foreign Land: Landscapes from the Fleming Collection. Until Apr 29. Thomas Joshua Cooper – Scattered Waters: Sources Streams Rivers. From Feb 20. Tue–Sat 10–5.30 t 020 7042 5730 tube Green Park g GIMPEL FILS 30 DaviesStreet, W1K 4NB Accrochage. Feb 5–Mar 7. Mon–Fri 10–5.30, Sat 11–4 t 020 7493 2488 f 020 7629 5732 Charisse Gardiner ‘Dancers’ Trained in South Africa in the early 1990s, Charisse Gardiner has shown widely there, establishing a strong reputation before deciding to work partly in the UK. This solo exhibition ( Bath Contemporary 2–21 February) essentially her first in this country, thus represents an important opportunity to assess her achievement to date. Working with dry brush-strokes over muted washes of sombre, semi-faded colour, almost ghostly in atmosphere, Gardiner creates powerful, resonant imagery, figurative in character, that touch on narratives of home, memory, and displacement. Figures move through urban and landscape settings, lost in thought, bewildered, self- preoccupied – the mood is profoundly ambiguous. A serious, thoughtful and utterly original artist at work. THUMB nails