Galleries - May 2015

a ANNELY JUDA FINE ART 23 Dering Street, London W1S 1AW Roger Ackling: Simple Gifts. Until May 7. June Green. Until May 7. David Hockney. May 14–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, Sat 11–5 t 020 7629 7578 b BEAUX ARTS 48 Maddox Street, London W1S 1AY Anthony Scott. New Works. Until May 16. First London show of popular Irish sculptor Anthony Scott. Striking new bronzes inspired by Celtic legends. Elisabeth Frink. May 21–Jun 20. Solo show of internation- ally recognised 20th century British sculptor Elisabeth Frink. On display a selection of drawings and sculptures. *ad Mon–Sat 11–6 t 020 7493 1155 c BELGRAVIA GALLERY 23 Maddox Street, London W1S 2QN Harikleia Papapostolou: Breathing Colours. May 12–16. *ad Papapostolou’s bold, colour-infused, abstract paintings bring the light and energy of her native Greece, evident MAP 24 LONDON NEW BOND STREET 44 GALLERIES MAY 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 A S 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 through her exceptional use of texture, movement and colour, celebrating the pulsating life force of nature. Tue–Sat 10.30–6 John Illsley. May 18–Jun 15. Works by John Illsley, founder member and bass guitarist of Dire Straits. *ad Mon–Fri 10.30–6, Sat by appt t 020 7495 1010 d BONHAMS 101 New Bond Street, London W1S 1SR Mon–Fri 8.30–5, Sun (viewing only) 2–5 t 020 7629 6602 e 54 THE GALLERY 54 Shepherd Market, London W1J 7QX t 020 7491 7322 f FLEMING COLLECTION 13 Berkeley Street, London W1J 8DU New Scottish Artists. May 12–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–Sat 10–5.30 t 020 7042 5730 g GIMPEL FILS 30 Davies Street, London W1K 4NB Accrochage. Until May 22. Mon–Fri 10–5.30, Sat 11–4 t 020 7493 2488 f 020 7629 5732 h HAMILTONS GALLERY 13 Carlos Place, London W1K 2EU Modern and Contemporary Photography. Cathleen Naundorf: Noah’s Ark. May 14–Jun 20. Tue–Fri 10–6, Sat 11–4 t 020 7499 9494 i HANINA FINE ARTS 21 WoodstockStreet, London W1C 2AP Leading specialists in the post-war School of Paris. Showing Claude Venard, Gustave Singier, Jacques Germain, John Levée, Olivier Debré, Youla Chapoval, André Lanskoy, Jean Le Moal and others. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 12–4 t 020 7243 8877 j OPERA GALLERY LONDON 134 New Bond Street, London W1S 2TF Opera Gallery exhibits and sells masterpieces of Modern Art by the likes of Picasso, Miró, Buffet and Prunella Clough ‘Printer Checking Proofs’ When Prunella Clough won the Jerwood Painting Prize in 1999 (just a few months before her death), a huge roar of approval went up. Given this audience was mostly made up of other distinguished artists, it was a fitting testimony to this most loved and respected of post-war painters. This never translated though into institutional accolades of any proper merit which makes this month’s quite remarkable show at Osborne Samuel such a significant event. Clough’s subject was always the unconsidered and expendable in modern urban life and landscape, the visual dignity and elegant tension she gave to everything from flaking paint on a wall to a neglected hedge, a wall ventilator to a child’s plastic toy. Now, that’s painting! NU THUMB nails