Galleries - March 2015

c THOMPSON’S GALLERY LONDON 15 New Cavendish Street, W1G 9UB JoTaylor: Drawing Breath. Mar 4–22. Jo Taylor was the first female artist to exhibit at The Jockey Club in 2012. This time at Thompson’s Gallery London, she is exploring the Omey Races on the beach of Co. Galway, using a beautiful palette of cobalt blues, peat browns, charcoals and earthy greens. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10.30–5.30, Sun 11–5 t 020 7935 3595 MARCH 2015GALLERIES 35 MAP 23 LONDON MARYLEBONE PARK G E O R G E S T N E W C A V E N DIS H S T W I GM O R E S T C R AWF O R D S T M A R Y L E B O N E H I G H S T SE YMOU R ST OAD O V E B AK ER S T REET S EYMOUR PLACE G L OUC E ST E R P L A C E P ORT LAN D P L A OX F O R D S T R E E T O X F O MA R Y LEB ON E RO A D a c b Marble Arch Bond Street Baker Street Marylebone Regent's Park Gt Portland St Spring, featuring Emma Haworth’s latest study of Kensington Gardens. Mon–Sat 10–6 t 020 7436 4899 REBECCA HOSSACK ART GALLERY AT CHARLOTTE STREET 28 Charlotte Street, W1T 2NA Ross Bonfanti: Perched. Mar 3–28. Our first solo exhibition of Ross Bonfanti’s concreatures, with new works created from found soft toys, concrete and hardware materials, all collected in the artist’s native Toronto. With tufted birds dangling precariously from wrought-iron bars, teddies stacked in haphazard towers and woodland bears balanced on rusted cans, expectations of weight, weightlessness, texture and form are fully destabilised. Mon–Sat 10–6 t 020 7255 2828 j STORE STREET GALLERY 32 Store Street, WC1E 7BS k WOOLFF GALLERY 89 Charlotte Street, W1T 4PU Oona Hassim: solo exhibition. Until Mar 13. A dynamic exhibition exploring the powerful and turbulent energy embodied in recent demonstrations, as well as the calmer moments of the urban environment. Mon–Fri 10.30–6, Sat 11–5 t 020 7631 0551 a GRAHAM HUNTER GALLERY 81 Baker Street, W1U 6RQ Louise Hayward: Inner City Living. Mar 3–29. Artist’s prints. Mon–Fri 9.30–6, Sat 10–5, Sun 11–4 t 020 7935 7794 Professional onsite framing service. b HAY HILL GALLERY 35 Baker Street, W1U 8EN Sergey Sologub: Island, and Giuseppe Linardi: DECODED#LNDN. Mar 2–28. Sergey Sologub’s exhibition is a surreal fusion of ordinary landscapes and still-life, seen through a filter of science fiction. GiuseppeLinardi’s bright canvases are a matrix of optical sensations as disconcerting as magic-eye pictures or interactive screens; reminiscent of bit-map zeros and ones, the broad dots and dashes merge to unveil their hidden subjects. Mon–Fri 10.30–6, Sat 11–5, closed Sun/BHols tube Baker Street, Bond Street, Marble Arch t 020 7935 5315 MARYLEBONE ANTHONY GREEN RA Everyday Adventures with Anthony, his Family and the Flowers 5 - 2 8 M A R C H Talk by Anthony Green Tues 10 March from 6.30pm C u r w e n G a l l e r y 34 Windmill Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 2JR E: T:0207 323 4700 Open Mon-Fri 10-6 (Thurs 10-8) Sat 11-5 Anthony Green, Sunflowers on Margaret’s Trestle Table Work by Thirza Kotzen showing in the upper gallery