Galleries - July 2015

MAP 18 OLD BOND STREET a ALBEMARLE GALLERY 49 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4JR Jamil Naqsh: The Muse, Messengers and Miniatures. Until Jul 11. Neil Douglas: So it Goes. Jul 16–Aug 1. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–4 t 020 7499 1616 f 020 7499 1717 b RICHARD NAGY LTD 22 Old Bond Street, London W1S 4PY Classic Modernism, German Expressionism, Viennese Secession including works by Egon Schiele and Gustav Klimt and their contemporaries. Open by appt t 020 7262 6400 c WATERHOUSE & DODD 47 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4JW Post Impressionist & Modernism exhibition. Until Jul 18. This exhibition includes works by Pierre Bonnard, Salvador Dali, Jean Dufy, Georges Folmer, Robert Indiana, Peter Klasen, Henri Le Sidaner, Gustave Loiseau, Henri Martin, Henri Matisse, Henry Moret, Alfred Reth, Ismael de la Serna, Maurice de Vlaminck, Edouard Vuillard and Andy Warhol. Mon–Fri 9.30–6, Sat 11–4 t 020 7734 7800 R O Y AL A RC AD E ROYAL ACADEMY BU R LI N GTON AR CA D E S T A F F OR D S T TO G RA F TON H A Y HI L L EW B ON D ST OL D B O N D S T B U R L I N D O V E R S T R E E T B E R K E L E Y S T R E E T A LB E M AR LE S TR E ET P I C C A D I L L Y a c b G P k JULY 2015 GALLERIES 45 on the COVER Carl Laubin at Belgravia Gallery Carl Laubin studied architecture at America’s Cornell University before moving to work in the UK in the 70s. His interest in architecture heralded a career in paintings ofbuildings, landscapes and occasionally portraits. An ongoing fascination with architects ofthe past lead him to create a series of capricci depicting the work ofthose such as Hawksmoor, Palladio and Wren and more recently Edwin Lutyens. BROWN’S London Art Weekend 3 to 5 July The perfect reason to head for Mayfair and the best of what it has to offer in great art and great food – Brown’s Hotel is running a London Art Weekend (3 to 5 July) to coincide with London Art Week. A full and busy agenda awaits including some free events withtalks, walks and 100 exhibitions to see. You can dip into a guided tour, a curated walk or an art themed meal (pre-booking required) – or while the whole weekend away, stay at the hotel on their special package and do it all. ADVENTURES IN ART : limited to just 20 guests, a three night package (starting Thursday) staying at Brown’s Hotel withvisits to artists’ studios, private collectors’ homes and curator led tours to cutting edge galleries, including White Cube and Victoria Miro. LECTURES: from ‘How to start your art collection’ to ‘Fashion in art’ by experts including interior designer April Russell and art lecturer Kate Bryan. FREE TALKS: in the Mayfair galleries, and free to attend but places are limited so booking is required. Includes ‘Influence of the Orient’ and ‘Henry Moore – new discoveries and previously unseen works’. BROWN’S ART TOURS: four Mayfair galleries guided by a gallery owner, plus a three course lunch in the hotel’s HIX Mayfair restaurant. RECOMMENDED WALKS: Britishfashion icons Sir Paul Smith and Nicole Farhi share their insider art knowledge. SPECIAL MENU: unique all day art themed menu for the weekend by chef Mark Hix. For details, prices and bookings go to: