Galleries - January 2016

a R E BUCHELI FINE ART FINE FRAMES Albion House, 12A Broad Street, Bristol BS1 2HL b LIME TREE BRISTOL 84 Hotwell Road, Bristol BS8 4UB Christmas Exhibition. Until Jan 13. Sarah Carrington, Michael G Clark PAI RSW, Claire Harrigan RSW, Anna King, Steven Lindsay, Euan McGregor, Alison McWirther, Morag Muir, Marion Thomson. First of the Year. Jan 13–Feb 16. Parastoo Ganjei, Molly Garnier, Robert Newton. Welcoming gallery in harbourside setting. See also East Anglia map. Tue–Sat 10–5 t 0117 929 2527 JANUARY 2016 GALLERIES 19 MAP 10 ENGLAND BRISTOL AVON A P S L EY RD A L M A VAL E M A L L U NI O N S T Q U E E N ' S R O A D AL M A R O AD V I C T O R I A ST W E L L S R D C A N O N S R O A D A N C H O R R O A D P A R K S T S T G E O R G E S R D W O O D L A N D R O A D Q U E E N ' S R D P A R K R O W S T M I C H A E L ' S H I L L C A S T L E S T B O N D S T R E E T M I D L AN DRD O X F O R DS C A T T L E M A R K E T R O A L B E R T R O A D R E D C L I F F H I L L Y O R K R O A D N O R T H S T R E E T C O R O N A T I O N R O A D H O T W E L L R O A D C L I F T O N V A L E C U M B E R L A N D R O A D C O L S T O N S T P R I N C E S T R E E T V I C T O R I A S T R E E T B A T H R O A D A V O N S T R E E T O L D M A R K E T S T L A M B S T S T A P L P ENN Y W E LLR OA D W W I L D E R S T G R O S V E N O R R D M A R L B O R O U G H S T J A M A I C A S T C O T H A M R O A D C O T H A M C O L S TON A V E B A L D W I N W H I T E L A D I E S P E M B R O K E R D R E G E N T S T R E E T E A S T S T R O A D J A C O B ' S C O L L E G E R O A D C I T Y R O A D N E W F O U N D L A N D R O A D C H E L T E N H A M R O A D H I T E L A D I E S R D C O T H A M R D Temple Meads a b PUBLIC GALLERIES Highlighting exhibitions in public spaces aroundthe UK See area listings for full details BARBICAN ART GALLERY, LONDON The Worldof Charles andRay Eames. Until Feb 14. Map 29 DULWICH PICTURE GALLERY, LONDON The Amazing Worldof M. C. Escher. Until Jan 17. Map 16 ESTORICK COLLECTION, LONDON Giacomo Manzù: Sculptor andDraughtsman. Until Apr 3. Map 29 FRUITMARKET GALLERY, EDINBURGH Another Minimalism: Art After California Light andSpace. Until Feb 21. Map 3 GUILDFORD HOUSE GALLERY, GUILDFORD Frank Brangwyn: The Graphic Art of the First WorldWar. Map 13 LEAMINGTON SPA ART GALLERY, WARKS Medicate 2015. Until Jan 17. Map 6 LEIGHTON HOUSE MUSEUM, LONDON Former home and studio of Victorian artist Frederic, Lord Leighton. Map 18 NATIONAL GALLERY, LONDON Goya: The Portraits. Until Jan 10. Map 25 ROYAL ACADEMY OF ARTS, LONDON Jean-Etienne Liotard. Until Jan 31. Map 21 ROYAL CAMBRIAN ACADEMY, CONWY Open 2016 andYoung Wales Exhibitions. Jan 10–Feb 20. Map 5 SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY, EDINBURGH Rocks & Rivers: Landscapes from the Lunde Collection. Until Jan 30. Map 3 SCOTTISH NATIONAL GALLERY OF MODERN ART EDINBURGH Roy Lichtenstein: Artist Rooms. Until Jan 10. Map 3 SCOTTISH NATIONAL PORTRAIT GALLERY, EDINBURGH Document Scotland: Ties That Bind. Until Apr 16. Map 3 STANLEY SPENCER GALLERY, BERKS The Creative Genius of Stanley Spencer. Until Mar 20. Map 15 TATE BRITAIN, LONDON Frank Auerbach. Until Mar 13. Map 20 TATE MODERN, LONDON The WorldGoes Pop. Until Jan 24. Map 28 THELMA HULBERT GALLERY, HONITON South West Academy Exhibition. Jan 9–Feb 13. Map 9 12 STAR GALLERY, LONDON Lucky Strike. Jan 13–29. Map 20 VICTORIA AND ALBERT MUSEUM, LONDON Shoes: Pleasure andPain. Until Jan 31. Map 20 Ray Richardson finds inspiration from living and working in London. Further influence is derived from traditional art – Titian, Goya, Hogarth - along with a keen interest in soul music andfilm, including the film noir genre, the latter giving rise to Lindsay Macrae at GQ magazine dubbing Richardson as “the Martin Scorsese of painting”. He also uses his emblematic English Bull Terrier as a metaphor in the artworks’ narration which takes place in urban or coastal landscapes, caravans and football fields. Richardson was born in Woolwich in 1964, graduated from St Martin’s School of Art in 1984 andGoldsmiths in 1987. In 2014-15 two of his works were exhibitedalongside those of Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, David Hockney and others in ‘Reality: Modern & Contemporary British Painting’ at the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, featuring influential painters from the last 60 years. on the COVER Ray Richardson at Beaux Arts London