Galleries - April 2016

APRIL 2016 GALLERIES 25 war British Masters, Kenneth Armitage, Terry Frost, Roger Hilton, John Wells, Ivon Hitchins, Patrick Heron, Ceri Richards, Bryan Wynter. Contemporary British Art Consultancy and Gallery based in Chichester. Tue–Sat 10-4 t 01243 528401 t @Candida–Stevens g PALLANT HOUSE GALLERY 9 North Pallant, Chichester, West Sussex PO19 1TJ h PETWORTH HOUSE & PARK Church Street, Petworth, W Sussex GU28 0AE The Embroiderers’ Guild: Celebrating Capability Brown. Until Sep 4. Inspired by Petworth Park’s Capability Brown landscape, our local Embroiderers’ Guilds present an innovative exhibition. During the summer holidays, the exhibition also includes a textile map for visitors to contribute their own stitches. see website for details t 0844 249 1895 t @PetworthHouseNT f PetworthHouse EAST SUSSEX i ARTICHOKE GALLERY Church Street, Ticehurst, East Sussex TN5 7AE The Marshes. Apr 2–Jun 25. A rich and diverse habitat oftranquil activity captured in landscape and detail; new ceramics chosen for their serenity and skill, and we continue to find new and exciting jewellery. PV Apr 1, 6–8 Tue–Sat 9.30–4.30 t 01580 200905 t @ArtichokeGlry f ArtichokeGallery j THE GALLERY AT HASTINGS ARTS FORUM 36 Marina, St Leonards on Sea, E Sussex TN38 0BU Rising Talent. Apr 5–17. Work by young and emerging artists. Also showing Symbiosis: The British Tapestry Group. Apr 18–May 1. Tue–Sun 11–5 t 01424 201636 k HASTINGS MUSEUM & ART GALLERY Johns Place, Bohemia Road, Hastings, E Sussex TN34 1ET t 01424 451052 l 35 NORTH CONTEMPORARY FINE ART 35 North Road, Brighton, E Sussex BN1 1YB John Brockliss: Restless. Until Apr 16. Created over a period offive years, Restless is a photographic documentary ofthe conflicting moods and ever-changing faces of our marine landscape. Wed–Sun 11–5.30 t 07792 058039 t @35NorthGallery KENT m LILFORD GALLERY 3 Palace Street, Canterbury, Kent CT1 2DY Mon–Sat 9.30–5, Sun 11–4 t 01227 639086 LILFORD FRAMING 76 Castle Street, Canterbury CT1 2QD Mon–Sat 9.30–5 t 01227 766616 n LINDEN HALL STUDIO 32 St George’s Road, Deal, Kent CT14 6BA Gerry Whybrow and Leonard Whybrow: Two Visions With Photography. Until Apr 3. Germaine Dolan: And See Whole. Paintings. Apr 10–May 1. Wed–Sun 11–4 or by appt t 01304 360411 t @Studio–Linden f Linden-Hall-Studio Jeff Lowe ‘Breathing Squares’ A pupil of Anthony Caro’s at St Martin’s in the early ‘70s and with a show at the Leicester Galleries in Cork Street aged 21, Jeff Lowe’s early career was defined by his association with this then hugely influential school of sculpture – heavy metal, welding and no plinths all forming part of a reaction to Henry Moore’s heritage. Something of this still informs his work 40 years on but, as this important career survey at Pangolin London also makes plain, there have been some important divergences over time, this strongly architectural character of his work becoming ever more apparent in the airy space frame pieces of the last few years particularly, marking Lowe out as one of the most significant of our older generation sculptors. Nicholas Usherwood THUMB nail