Galleries - January 2016

JANUARY 2016 GALLERIES 27 wonderfully talented exhibition. tubeArchway buses 143, 210, 271 Tue–Sat 10.30–6 & by appt t 020 8340 7564 e HIGHGATE GALLERY 11 South Grove, London N6 6BS Gallery closed in January, reopening Feb 5. tubeArchway or Highgate buses 143, 210, 271 from Archway tubeto HighgateVillage. Tue–Fri 1–5, Sat 11–4, Sun 11–5 free admn t 020 8340 3343 f SYLVESTER FINE ART 64 Belsize Lane, London NW3 5BJ Christopher P Wood. Jan 16–Feb 14. An exhibition of atmospheric and enigmatic paintings by an artist of magical and inventive landscapes. Wood’s colourful paintings draw you into a dreamy world of the symbolic and thesurreal. Wed–Fri 11–6.30, Sat 10–6 Sun 10–4 t 020 74435990 t @sylvesterart f SylvesterFineArt g TOM MERRIFIELD GALLERY 37c Fitzjohns Avenue Hampstead, London NW3 5JY Permanent Exhibition. Sculpture, Drawings and Prints by TomMerrifield. by appt only t 020 7431 0794 MAP 17 LONDON HAMPSTEAD & CAMDEN a BEARDSMORE GALLERY 22–24 Prince of Wales Road Kentish Town, London NW5 3LG Gallery Artists. Jan 5–29. Contemporary painting, sculpture and works on paper by gallery artists. London Art Fair. Business Design Centre, Islington. Stand 19. Jan 20–24. Tue–Sat 11–5. t 07889 485033 b BEN URI Art. Identity. Migration 108a Boundary Road, London NW8 0RH Rothenstein’s Relevance. Until Jan 17. Examining thework of Sir William Rothenstein and his circle, including Barnett Freedman, Mark Gertler, Jacob Kramer, Albert Rutherston and Alfred Wolmark. In partnership with Cartwright Hall, Bradford Museums and Galleries. Mon 1–5.30, Tue–Fri 10–5.30 and Sat/Sun 11–5, admn free t 020 7604 3991 t @BenUriGallery f BenUriGallery c THE CATTO GALLERY 100 Heath Street, London NW3 1DP Mixed Sculpture and Painting Exhibition. From Jan 4. Mon–Sat 10–6, Sun 12.30–6 t 020 7435 6660 d HIGHGATE CONTEMPORARY ART 26 Highgate High Street, London N6 5JG NÍel NÍel. Mixed exhibition featuring 30 artists. Until Jan 9. Hannah Ivory Baker and Piers Browne. Jan 13–Feb 6. Joint show featuring two formidable landscapeartists, wherethepassion for their own unique landscapes is explored and presented in this PRIMROSE HILL REGENT'S PARK HAMPSTEAD HEATH F H O R N S E Y R O A D E N L A N E S N O R T H C I R C C R O U C H H I L L M I L L L A N E N O R T H E N D R O A D H A V ER S T O C K H A M P S T E A D L A N E F I TZJO HN’ S A V E F I N C H L E Y R D W E L L I N G T O N R D R E G E N T ' S P A R K R D F I N C H L E Y R D C R I C K L E W O O D L A N E P A R K W A Y H I G H G A T E H I G H S T H O L L O W A Y R O T O L L I N G T O N R D P R I N C E O F W A L E S R D G R O A D L E S D E N L A N E B E L S I Z E R D B O U N D A R Y A D E L A I D E R O A D P A R K R O A D A L B A N Y S T C A M D E N S T R O Y A L C O L L E G E S T S T P A N C R A S W A Y K E N T I S H T O W N R O A D H E L E R D D BR ON DES B U RY RD KILBU RN PK R D S U T H E R L A N D A V E C A R T O N V A L E E G R E V I L L E A B B E Y R D K I L B U R N H I G H R D M A I D A V A L E E D G W A R E R O A L B E R T R O A D C A M D E N R O A D C A L E D O N I A N R O A D S E V E N S I S T E R S R D C R I C K L E W O O D B D Y F I N C H L E Y R O A D A V E N U E R O A D C A M D E N H I G H S T R E E T N O R T H R D A R C H W A Y P E N T O N V I E U S T O N R O A D a d c b g e f Highgate Finchley Rd Kilburn Kentish Town Archway Swiss Cottage Chalk Farm Belsize Park Madia Vale Camden Town St Pancras Warren Street King's Cross Euston Kilburn High Rd Treason of the Scholars by Peter Goodfellow Panter & Hall, hbk, £30 Peter Goodfellow’s brave one- artist campaign against theYBA hegemony in contemporary art cultureenlists contributions from eminent scholars David Starkey, Duncan Macmillan and Roger Scruton to challenge the bias towards conceptual art today. They argue that art after BOOK review Duchamps is allergic to beauty, has lost its way and is faking it, in league with curators, prize givers and collectors. Peter’s paintings incorporating motifs used by Hirst, Emin and Koons are witty and subversive. He writes that now “three tendencies can lead to success: Gigantism, Casting and Bling”. We need a campaign for ‘slow art’, to beproduced, shown and consumed with loving care. RC ‘Wittysubversioncombined withcompellingrealism’ PhilipMould AvailablenowatAmazon, +p&p Hardback,fullyillustrated, pp, x mm Forfurtherinformationsee