Galleries - January 2016

a THE CLUB CAFE ROYAL 68 Regent Street, London W1B 4DY Geronimo aka Jumping Bull. Jan 11–Feb 6. *ad Renowned visual artist Geronimo aka Jumping Bull is one of the foremost rock artists of his generation. Geronimo is best known for his work with, and influenced, by The Rolling Stones. Mon–Sat 8–6 b LA GALLERIA PALL MALL 5b Pall Mall, 30 Royal Opera Arcade, London SW1Y 4UY t 020 7930 8069 c MALL GALLERIES The Mall (nr Trafalgar Square), London SW1 FBA Futures 2016. Jan 19–30. Pick of recent graduates as selected by members of the Federation of British Artists. daily 10–5 t 020 7930 6844 t @mallgalleries f mallgalleries d THE NATIONAL GALLERY Trafalgar Square, London WC2N 5DN Goya: The Portraits. Until Jan 10. This landmark exhibition is the first ever focusing solely on K I N G ST HA L L S T C O CK SP U R S T N O RTH UMBER LA N D A VE . OL D COMP TO N B EA K S T R EG E N T J E R MYN STREET CARLTON HSE. TER. H A Y M A R K E T W HI T E HA L L THE MA L L P A L L M A L L B E D F O R D S T FL O R A L S T S A I N T M A R T I N 'S LA N E S H EL TO N BOW S TRE D EET E E T L EX I NGT O N S T C H A R I N G C R O S S R O A D B REWER ST L O N G A C R E E T S H A F T E S B U R Y A V E S T R A N D S P I C C A D I L L Y V I C T O R I A E M B A N K M S T Covent Garde ccadilly Circus Leicester Square Charing Cross Embank Trafalgar Square d a b c e MAP 25 LONDON TRAFALGAR SQUARE JANUARY 2016 GALLERIES 35 Goya’s portraits. It celebrates his genius as a portraitist and provides a penetrating insight into both public and private aspects of his life. Visions of Paradise: Botticini’s Palmieri Altarpiece. Until Feb 14. Francesco Botticini’s Assumption of the Virgin has bewildered scholars for centuries. This free exhibition showcases new research about its authorship, date, original location, and iconography. daily 10–6, Fri until 9 t 0800 912 6958 t @NationalGallery f NationalGallery e PANTER & HALL 11–12 Pall Mall, London SW1Y 5LU David Peat: An Eye On The Street. Jan 13–Feb 22. Celebrating Glasgow street children and late 1960s urban poverty by this award-winning film-maker and documentry photographer. Scottish Show 2016. Jan 27–Feb 19. Our 17th annual Scottish Show dedicated to showcasing works by a selection of Scotland’s greatest modern and contemporary painters. London Art Fair. Business Design Centre, Islington. Jan 20–24. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat by appt t 020 7399 9999 Julia Hamilton ‘Patti’ The Columbia Threadneedle Prize Feb 3–20 at The Mall Galleries (see listing on this page) David Peat ‘Cowcaddens, Glasgow’ (detail) Making his career as an award winning film maker (much of it with the BBC), Glasgow born David Peat’s passion from the first was always with documentary photography, his remarkable and intensely compassionate photographs of Glasgow slum kids from 1968 now being recognised as a significant historical record of the time. A portfolio of 40 of these images has recently been bought by the Scottish National Portrait Gallery , where eight have been on show. All of which makes this exhibition, entitled ‘An Eye On The Street’ at Panter & Hall (from 13 January) something of a coup for the gallery and a real opportunity for collectors. The show runs parallel to the gallery’s annual survey show of Scottish painting – itself always full of delights. NU THUMB nail