Galleries - June 2015

a ANNELY JUDA FINE ART 23 Dering Street, London W1S 1AW David Hockney: Painting and Photography. Until Jun 27. 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, Sat11–5 t020 7629 7578 b BEAUX ARTS 48 Maddox Street, London W1S 1AY Elisabeth Frink. Until Jun 20. Solo show of internationally recognised 20th century British sculptor Elisabeth Frink, with a selection of drawings and sculptures on display. Summer Exhibition. Jun 25–Aug 29. Mixed exhibition over two floors of paintings and sculpture by emerging talent and established gallery artists. Mon–Sat11–6 t020 7493 1155 MAP 24 LONDON NEW BOND STREET 42 GALLERIES JUNE 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 F F R I 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 f c b i j l g k d Bond Street c BELGRAVIA GALLERY 23 Maddox Street, London W1S 2QN Carl Laubin: A Different Perspective. Jun 15–Jul 6. *ad Carl Laubin’s work has architecture at its centre but also includes landscapes, paintings of classical sculpture and occasional portraits. He is well known for the series of architectural “capricci”, beginning with two paintings of a Bordeaux chateau for an exhibition at the Centre Pompidou in Paris. John Illsley. Until Jun 15. Works by John Illsley, founder member and bass guitarist of Dire Straits. Mon–Fri 10.30–6, weekend by appt t020 7495 1010 d BONHAMS 101 New Bond Street, London W1S 1SR Auctions 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 t020 7629 6602 e 54 THE GALLERY 54 Shepherd Market, London W1J 7QX t020 7491 7322 f FLEMING COLLECTION 13 Berkeley Street, London W1J 8DU New Scottish Artists. Until Jun 24. A Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition supported by the Fleming-Wyfold Foundation. A selection of work from the annual RSA New Contemporaries exhibition including this year’s Fleming- Wyfold Bursary winner and new work by the 2014 Fleming-Wyfold Bursary winners, the Brownlee Brothers. tube Green Park Tue–Sat10–5.30 t020 7042 5730 g GIMPEL FILS 30 Davies Street, London W1K 4NB Edwin Zwakman: Step Into My Office. Jun 11–Jul 18. Mon–Fri 10–5.30, Sat11–4 t020 7493 2488 f 020 7629 5732 Jamil Naqsh ‘Returning to the Muse II’ For artists coming out of the Indian sub-continent, the relationship between the visual traditions of their culture and that of the now globally dominant Western Modernism has often been an awkward one – neither quite one thing or the other. Jamil Naqsh, long famous in Pakistan, (born 1939), tackles the problem head on – on the one hand producing wonderfully rich and intricate calligraphic paintings and, on the other, dense, richly symbolic figurative paintings on themes such as female nudes and heads, pigeons and animals, painted in a way that reflects both his early training under an Indian miniaturist master and later study of Western techniques. His latest show at Albemarle reveals the compelling outcome. NU THUMB nails