Galleries - March 2016

k REBECCA HOSSACK ART GALLERY 2a Conway Street, Fitzrovia, London W1T 6BA Gilchrist Fisher Award 2016. Biennial art prize established in 1987, open to all artists under the age of 30 and themed around Landscape. Art on Paper New York. Mar 3–6. Art Paris. Mar 31–Apr 3. t 020 7436 4899 REBECCA HOSSACK ART GALLERY AT CHARLOTTE STREET 28 Charlotte Street, London W1T 2NA Spring is the Time. Group show of gallery artists. Mon–Sat 10–6 t 020 7255 2828 l STORE STREET GALLERY 32 Store Street, London WC1E 7BS m WOOLFF GALLERY 89 Charlotte Street, London W1T 4PU Finn Stone: Re-mastered. Mar 17–Apr 10. An exhibition of old masters created from found objects. Clay Sinclair. A Spoonful of Sugar. Until Mar 16. Pop-art painted backwards... Welsh Art Week. Until Mar 5. *ad The Gallery Yr Oriel Newport Pembs showcases established Welsh artists, emerging contemporary artists, and winners of the West Wales Young Artist competition. See Wales map page. Mon–Fri 10.30–6, Sat 11–5 t 020 7631 0551 a GRAHAM HUNTER GALLERY 81 Baker Street, London W1U 6RQ Holly Zandbergen: The River Series. Mar 15–Apr 17. *ad Mon–Fri 9.30–6, Sat 10–5, Sun 11–4 t 020 7935 7794 Professional onsite framing service. b HAY HILL GALLERY 35 Baker Street, London W1U 8EN Gemma Billington and Roger Aslin. Until Apr 2. Exhibition of paintings by Gemma Billington and Roger Aslin alongside the extensive collection of modern and contemporary sculptures. tube Baker Street, Bond Street, Marble Arch Mon–Fri 10.30–6, Sat 11–5 clo Sun/BHols t 020 7935 5315 c THOMPSON’S GALLERY LONDON 15 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 9UB Matthew Alexander. Mar 9–Apr 3. The latest masterful works of classic English landscapes and scenery from renowned British painter Matthew Alexander. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10.30–5.30 t 020 7935 3595 t @ThompsonsGall f Thompson’sGalleries MARCH 2016 GALLERIES 39 MAP 22 LONDON MARYLEBONE PARK G E O R G E S T N E W C A V E N DIS H S T W I GM O R E S T C R AWF O R D S T M A R Y L E B O N E H I G H S T G T G T . P O R T L A SE YMOU R ST B AK ER S T REET S EYMOUR PLACE G L OUC E ST E R P L A C E P ORT LAN D P L A C E OX F O R D S T R E E T O X F O R D MA R Y LEB ON E RO A D a c b Marble Arch Bond Street Baker Street Marylebone Regent's Park Gt Portland St MARYLEBONE Nick Archer ‘Last Light’ Nick Archer’s work probably has a higher profile in Europe than in the UK these days and, with the unmistakable notes of Northern European painting traditions that are now coming into these haunting, and haunted landscapes (organised by Long & Ryle and VJB Arts at Cushman and Wakefield , 10 Gresham Street, London EC2) – Caspar David Friedrich and Breughel among others, it is not hard to see why. Add into this his long standing passion for the cinema – less Walt Disney, more Tim Burton and del Toro (Pan’s ‘ Labyrinth’) currently – and the increasing use of the human figure, and the paintings now begin to take on another level of metaphysical strangeness, a quality underlined by the febrile, feathery quality of his touch – Richard Eurich meets Klimt almost. NU THUMB nail