Galleries - November 2016

NOVEMBER 2016 GALLERIES 39 MAP 25 OLD BOND STREET a ALBEMARLE GALLERY 49 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4JR Davina Jackson: A Sculptor in Paint. Nov 10–26. StevenHeffer: A Very British Modernist. Nov 10–26. Mon–Fri 10–6, Sat 10–4 t 020 7499 1616 t @albgallery f albemarlegallery b BROWN’S ART TOURS Brown’sHotel, 33 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4BP Mayfair Art Tour. On Nov 5. Guided tour of galleries, curated walk, art themed lunch in HIX Mayfair. £60 per head, booking required. t 020 7493 6020 browns-hotel/events c D CONTEMPORARY 23 Grafton Street, London W1S 4EY Marco Sanges: Unexpected. Photography. Nov 2–11. *ad The surrealistic feel of his work represents the liberation of the unconscious. Duarte Vitória: Vision. Nov 16–30. Shocking and disturbing the viewer´s mind with human flesh scenarios. Mon–Sat 11–6 t 07425 089060 t @dcontempart f dcontemporary d RICHARD NAGY LTD 22 Old Bond Street, London W1S 4PY Classic Modernism, German Expressionism, Viennese Secession including works by EgonSchiele and Gustav Klimt, and their contemporaries. by appt t 020 7262 6400 e WATERHOUSE & DODD 47 Albemarle Street, London W1S 4JW Juliette Losq: solo exhibition. Until Nov 12. Hauntingly beautiful watercolours explore forgotten R O Y AL A RC AD E ROYAL ACADEMY BU R LI N GTON AR CA D E T S T A F F OR D S T G RA F TON S T H A Y HI L L NEW B ON D ST OL D B O N D S T B U R L I N G T O D O V E R S T R E E T B E R K E L E Y S T R E E T A LB E M AR LE S TR E ET P I C C A D I L L Y a e d c b urban spaces. Paul Peter Piech: solo exhibition. Nov 22–Dec 17. Original prints on social, political and literary themes con- taining powerful imagery alongside striking quotes. A rare commercial exhibition by the artist containing over 60 works. Mon–Fri 9.30–6, Sat 11–4 t 020 7734 7800 m 07786 740906 t @waterhousedodd f waterhousedodd Primary colours command Anthony Frost’s distinctive planar paint constructions and collages, filling in abstract and geometric patterns to form substantial tactile statements. Born into an artistic community in St Ives in 1951, he studied painting and design first in Banbury, where his parents Sir Terry and Kath Frost were living, and then at Cardiff College of Art 1970-3. While continuing to paint he then lectured in the major art schools of England. He presently lives again in the artistic community of West Cornwall, his work notably featured in ‘Art Now Cornwall’ at Tate St Ives in 2007. on the COVER Anthony Frost at Beaux Arts London