Galleries - July 2018

JULY 2018 GALLERIES 41 e FLOWERS GALLERY 82 Kingsland Rd, London E2 8DP Karl Benjamin, Lorser Feitelson and Helen Lundeberg: 1960s California Hard-Edge. Jul 5–Sep 8. Dialogues. Jul 5–Sep 8. see also Cork Street map Tue–Sat 10–6 t 020 7920 7777 I flowersgallery t @flowersgallery f MERCER CHANCE 253 Hoxton St, London N1 5LG Rossen Daskalov and Tara Versey: Crowded Solitude. Jul 5–15. *ad Paintings, sculptures, works on paper. t 020 7033 6559 I mercerchancegallery g THE MILLINERY WORKS 85/87 Southgate Road, London N1 3JS The Millinery Works’ Gallery Summer Show. Jul 4–Sep 2. *ad Featuring works by Cristiana Angelini, Sarah Cawkwell, Elizabeth Haines, Ceri House, Patrick Hughes, Peter Messer, Pat Schaverien, Richard Slater, Frank Stanton, Joan Stanton and Jenny Wilson. Tue–Sat 11–6, Sun 12–5, free admn t 020 7359 2019 t @MillineryWorks f MillineryWorks h PANGOLIN LONDON Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1 9AG Breon O’Casey. The World Beyond. Until Aug 11. Pangolin London is delighted to present a mixed exhibition of paintings and scultpures by Breon O’Casey. Mon–Sat 10–6 t 020 7520 1480 t @pangolinlondon f pangolinlondon a BARBICAN ART GALLERY Barbican Centre, Silk St, EC2Y 8DS Dorothea Lange and Vanessa Winship. Until Sep 2. A double-bill of photography greats –Dorothea Lange (1895–1965) and contemporary photographer Vanessa Winship. see website for opening times free admn t 0845 1207550 I barbicancentre t @BarbicanCentre f BarbicanCentre b DUTCH CENTRE 7 Austin Friars, London EC2N 2HA Suzanne Perlman: Catching The Ephemeral. Until Aug 31. A student of Oskar Kokoschka in Salzburg and Sidney Gross in New York, 95-year-old artist Suzanne Perlman has carved her own distinctive career spanning eight decades and three continents. Mon–Fri 10–4, phone to check t 020 7588 1684 I suzanneperlmanart f suzanneperlmanart THAMES LT RD P A N C R A S R O A D A M D E N R O S T P E T E R ' S S T FA RRI N G D O N RD G O S W E L L R D RO S E B E R Y A VE BR I C K L A N E Q UE E NSBR I DG E R D R I C HM O ND R D S O U T H G A T E R D W OB U R N R D G RA Y' S I N N RD ST JOH N S T L O N D ON W AL L H O X T O N S T K I N G S L A N D R O A D K I N G GR AH A M ROA D M A R E S T R E E T R O E ESSEX ROAD N E W N O R T H R O A D U P P E R S T R OA D B A L L S P O N D R O A D YORK W AY C A L E D O N I A N R O A D L I V E R P O O L R O A D H A C K N E Y RO A D B E T H N A L G R E E N R D V I C T F E N C H URC H S T B I S H O P S G A T E CI TY R D F L E E T S T S T R A N D N EW G A T E S T P E N T O N V I L L E O N R O A D R D C I T Y R O A D T HE HIGHW C O MM ERC W I C T O R I A E M B A N K M E N T R D S T R E E T H O L B O R N C L E R K E N W E L L R D O L D S T R E E T W H I T E C H A P E L H I B L Liverpool Street Moorgate Aldgate East Temple Angel Old Street Tower Hill King's Cross Be Highbury & Isl. Whitechapel Chancery Lane Blackfriars Barbican Cannon St Dalston Junction d g a h e c f b MAP 26 LONDON CITY, KING’S CROSS, ISLINGTON & EAST END c THE EAGLE GALLERY/EMH ARTS 159 Farringdon Road, London EC1R 3AL Natalie Dower and Tess Williams: Process, Order and Chance. Jul 6–28. Curated by Philip Mudd. Fri 11–6, Sat 11–4 & by appt t 020 7734 0386 d ESTORICK COLLECTION OF MODERN ITALIAN ART 39a Canonbury Square, London N1 2AN The Art of Campari. Jul 4–Sep 16. Tracing the history of Campari’s pioneering approach to advertising its iconic ruby-red aperitivo, celebrating its rich heritage in creativity and design, showcasing the ground-breaking advertising and packaging. Wed–Sat 11–6, Sun 12–5 t 020 7704 9522 I estorickcollection t @Estorick f estorickcollection Rather enigmatically dedicated “to the cause of Exit from Brexit” Richard Sorrell’s latest show at B ankside Gallery continues and deepens the quite radical direction his work took in the early 1990s when he first largely abandoned what he termed his 'objective' painting of landscape, still life and portrait subjects, for ‘subjective’ themes, “people doing things” as he termed it. I suspect this came out of a feeling that the first approach had come to represent something of an artistic straitjacket, essentially a process of taking the scene he was looking at and having to form it into a composition. Now he is free to build and invent things without worrying about such considerations and consequently he has developed a wonderfully painterly, idiosyncratic style, rich in its observation of the ambiguities of human social intercourse. NU THUMB nail Richard Sorrell ‘The Raised Garden by the Lake’