Galleries - October 2015

46 GALLERIES OCTOBER 2015 T H E M A L L C O N S T I T U T I O N H I L L B I R D CA G E W ALK M O TCO M B S T S Q B E L G R A V E P I M L I C O R O A D R O Y A L H O S P I T A L R D B U C K I N G H A M P A L A C E R O A D L Y A L L S TRE E T E C CLE STO N S T E B U R Y S T B EL G R A VE R O A D L U P U S S T R E E T R E G E N C Y S T J O H N I S L I P S T E A TO N TCE P EL H A M S L O A N E A V E M I L N E R S T P O N T S T W A LT O N S TR EET R I N G T O N R D D R A Y C O T T A V E G R O S V E N O R P L V A U X H A L L B R I D G E R O A D M I L L B A N K K S LOANE S TREET C H E L S E A B R I D V I C T O R I A S T R E E T K E N S I N G T O N R O A D E X H I B I T I O N R O A D W E L L R O A D Q U E E N 'S G ATE F U L H A M R O A D B R O M P T O N R O A D D B R O M P T O N R D K I N G ' S R O A D HOUSES OF PARLIAMENT BUCKINGHAM PALACE ST JAMES'S PARK a g f b e d c Victoria Sloane Square Pimlico Knightsbridge S.Kensington Westminster a CADOGAN CONTEMPORARY 87 Old BromptonRoad, LondonSW7 3LD DeborahTarr. Oct 5–17. *ad Tarr continues her rise as one of Britain’s best contemporary painters. An exhibition of eight new paintings. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 11–6, or by appt t 020 7581 5451 b CRANE KALMAN 178 BromptonRoad, LondonSW3 1HQ Tessa Newcomb. Until Oct 10. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat by appt t 020 7584 7566 c LONG & RYLE 4 JohnIslip Street, LondonSW1P 4PX Su Blackwell: Dwelling. Until Oct 9. Book-sculptures exploring the theme of ‘dwelling’, inspired by the folk stories from the pages they are carved from. Anne Desmet: Time Sequences. Oct 15–Nov 13. An artist famous for her architectural imagery who is forever digging beneath the surfaces of things to explore the layers of history beneath. PV Oct 14, 6–8. Tue–Fri 10–5.30, Sat 11–2 t 020 7834 1434 t @longandryle f Long&RyleGallery d OSBORNE STUDIO GALLERY 2 Motcomb Street, London SW1X 8JU Susanne Fournais. Oct 5–13. This Danish marine artist presents her first UK solo show. Drawn to the sea from a young age her style is both highly identifiable and unique. Richard King and Murray Ralfe. Oct 20–Nov 4. Two highly regarded African wildlife artists – South African Ralfe and Zimbabwean King – present their first London exhibition. The Osborne Studio Gallery specialises in Contemporary Sporting, Landscape and Figurative Paintings and Bronzes. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 11–5, Sun by appt t 020 7235 9667 e TATE BRITAIN Millbank, London SW1P 4RG Christina Mackie. Until Oct 18. A new installation inspired by her interest in pigments and the use of colour. Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World. Until Oct 25. The first London museum retrospective of the work of Barbara Hepworth since 1968. Frank Auerbach. Oct 9–Mar 13. A major exhibition of around 70 paintings and drawings from the 1950s to the present day, reaffirming Auerbach’s status as one of the pre-eminent painters of our age, and offering new insights into the nature of his work as the artist reaches his 84th birthday. daily 10–6 t 020 7887 8888 f 12 STAR GALLERY Europe House, 32 Smith Square, London SW1P 3EU A Portrait of Europe. Until Oct 9. The IMOS Foundation, a small UK arts charity, sent artists to paint the portraits of their EU compatriots; the result is a brilliant exhibition which tethers the notion of a greater Europe to its people. Charlie Clift: Brits Abroad. Oct 14–23. With over 2,000 people moving abroad every week, British photographer Charlie Clift focuses on British people who are living abroad. Benjamin Renoux: Miroirs & Crépuscules/Mirrors & Twilights. Oct 27–Nov 6. A mix of existing art works involving concepts such as temporality, nostalgia, identity, the human figure and the sacred, with new oil painting works. Mon–Fri 10–6 t 020 7973 1992 g VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM Cromwell Road, London SW7 2RL The Fabric of India. Oct 3–Jan 10. Highlight of the V&A India Festival showcasing the dynamic and multifaceted world of handmade textiles from 3rd to the 21st century. Captain Linnaeus Tripe: Photographer of India and Burma, 1852–1860. Until Oct 11. Shoes: Pleasure and Pain. Until Jan 31. The transformative power of footwear over the last 2000 years. Men’s and women’s footwear from key designers and famous wearers. daily 10–5.45, & 10–10 every Fri free admn, but exhibition charges may apply t 020 7942 2000 MAP 20 LONDON KNIGHTSBRIDGE & BELGRAVIA