Galleries - July 2018

48 GALLERIES JULY 2018 NATIONAL SPECIALISATION INDEX Kestle Barton Landmark Arts Centre LaneHouseArts Leamington Spa Art Gallery/Museum Linden Hall Studio: sculpture, glass, printmaking, paintings, drawings Mall Galleries: The Art of Collecting Mayor Gallery Menier Gallery: Stephen King oil paintings & prints of Langtang Valley in Nepal Mercer Chance: Rossen Daskalov & Tara Versey - paintings, sculptures, works on paper Modern Artists Gallery MoMA Machynlleth Number 1 Harrogate October Gallery: also African & Aboriginal Old Chapel Gallery: Britishart & crafts Open Eye Gallery OsborneStudio Gallery Padstow Studio Pangolin London Panter & Hall Penwith Gallery Piers Feetham: paintings, ceramics, sculpture PontoneGallery: figurative Portal Painters: figurative prints Rowley Gallery: watercolours The Russell Gallery: figurative TheScottish Gallery Scottish National Gallery Modern Art Sea Pictures Gallery: paintings, photography, printmaking Skylark Galleries: paintings, prints, etchings, collages, sculpture Sladers Yard St Ives Society of Artists Store Street: British& European Stour Gallery: European glass & jewellery Sutton Gallery Tanya Baxter Contemporary Thackeray Gallery Thelma Hulbert Gallery Town Mill Galleries: emerging & established artists Tregony Gallery: emerging & established artists Twenty Twenty: art & applied arts Ucheldre Centre Waterhouse & Dodd Water Street Gallery West End House Gallery West Street Gallery W3 Gallery: exhibitions & events throughout the year run by volunteers & local artists Whitford FineArt: British Modernism, British& Continental Whitley Art Gallery Will’s Art Warehouse WoodbineContemporary: paintings drawings, prints & sculpture Zuleika CORNISH contemporary CircleContemporary Jackson Foundation: Kurt Jackson Lizard Art: artist co-operative showing a variety of work The New Gallery Portscatho Penwith Gallery: Cornwall artists – abstract & figurative St Mawes Gallery: Cornish& other Britishpainters & sculptors Summerhouse Gallery Whitewater Gallery: Cornishartists Suki Wapshott paintings, Hugh West pottery, Peter Graham sculpture CRAFTS contemporary Birch Tree Gallery: & prints Open Eye Gallery DRAWINGS contemporary TheLondon Sketch Club Piers Feetham: paintings, ceramics, sculpture EASTERN EUROPEAN contemporary Posk Gallery EMERGING ARTISTS contemporary Annely Juda: Russian constructivism, exhibitions, ceramics & fine art Cadogan Contemporary: English landscape & post impressionism FIGURATIVE contemporary Flowers Mall Galleries Piers Feetham: paintings, ceramics & sculpture Portal Painters: paintings, surreal, humourous FRENCH Hanina FineArts: School of Paris plus early modern & post- impressionist paintings & sculpture Stoppenbach & Delestre: 19th& early 20thC. Whitford FineArt: modernism & abstract, French, modern British, impressionist, British& Continental GERMAN EXPRESSIONISM Richard Nagy GLASS contemporary London Glassblowing Studio/Gallery ABORIGINAL ART October Gallery: also African Whitford FineArt ABSTRACT TheNineBritish Art October Gallery: also Aboriginal Whitford FineArt contemporary TheBrownston Gallery: abstract expressionism Flowers AFRICAN ART October Gallery: also Aboriginal contemporary Contemporary F.A. Gallery (Eton): finest Shona sculpture ANCIENT CHINESE & ORIENTAL Eskenazi ARCHITECTURAL Architectural Heritage: 20thC. & contemporary also period architectural elements, period garden statuary, fine reproduction garden ornaments, bespoke stone fireplaces Gallery 19: British& Continental ART BRUT/OUTSIDER ART Gagliardi ART FAIRS/EVENTS/FESTIVALS Manchester Art Fair Pittenweem Arts Festival ART NOUVEAU & DECO Talisman FineArt Victor Arwas Gallery: fine decorative art, nouveau & deco ASIAN October Gallery: also African AUCTIONEERS Bonhams; Christie’s; Lots Road; Sotheby’s BOTANICAL & WILDLIFE Flowers BRITISH & EUROPEAN Stern Pissarro: works by Camille Pissarro & 3 generations of his descendants plus impressionist, post- impressionist & modern masters Whitford FineArt: modernist contemporary Catto Gallery CERAMICS & POTTERY Stour Gallery contemporary Beaux Arts CLASSIC MODERNISM Richard Nagy CONTEMPORARY 54 TheGallery: Martin Fidler, Robin Holtom, Maria O’Neill, Joan Roche, Charlotte Snook, Michael Wilson - paintings of Tuscany &Gallery: works on paper in oils prints & glass Abergavenny Museum: Rosemary Clunie book illustrations Advanced Graphics London Artichoke: painting, sculpture & ceramics Arusha Gallery AxleArts: also modern British BanksideGallery: Richard Sorrell major show & book launch Barbican Art Gallery Bayswater Artists: original art displayed by artists Belgravia Gallery Bernard Jacobson Gallery: British& American art, also modern Cadogan Contemporary Cameron Contemporary Art: British painting, ceramics and sculpture Campden Gallery TheCello Factory Chalk Gallery: paintings, sculptures & more CircleContemporary Contemporary Fine Art (Eton): major Scottish, also African art Cricket Fine Art Cynthia Corbett Gallery Daiwa Anglo-Japanese Foundation: Daiwa Foundation Art Prize 2018 David Simon Contemporary Début Art & TheConingsby Gallery DoubtfireGallery: Paul Martin Dovecot Gallery Dutch Centre: Suzanna Perlman TheEagleGallery/EMH Arts Felix & Spear: Peter Clossick Ffin y Parc Gallery Fidra FineArt: Scottish Flowers Fountain Gallery: mixed shows Fruitmarket Gallery TheGallery at 41: Dorset artists TheGallery at Hastings Arts Forum Gallery Different: British& international Gallery 10 Gallery 286 Goldmark Gallery: & 20thC. Greenall O’Dell Studio Hamiltons Gallery Hayward Gallery: Lee Bul; Heni Project Space Heatherley School of Art: annual end of year show HighgateContemporary: British& European HighgateGallery TheInfiniteGallery: Rosemary Clunie Jerome Zodo Gallery: & post-war T o find a particular artist, use the artists’ index on p.46, for a particular gallery see the dealer index on p.50