Galleries - May 2018

18 GALLERIES MAY 2018 A 3 8 A 3 8 6 A 3 0 A 3 8 6 A 3 7 7 A 3 6 1 A 3 0 A 3 0 A 3 9 A 3 6 A350 M 4 M 5 M 5 Dev no Somerset Dorset Wiltshire Hamps TAUNTON BRIDGWATER STREET WELLS SALISBURY SHERBORNE YEOVIL HONITON CREDITON IDEFORD BARNSTAPLE KEHAMPTON TAVISTOCK TOTNES LYME REGIS DORCHESTER WEYMOUTH BOURNEMOUTH POOLE CHRIST WESTON-SUPER-MARE CLEVEDON BRADFORD ON AVON TORQUAY BRIDPORT SWANSEA BLANDFORD BEER SHEPTON MALLET TOPSHAM MODBURY CHANGFORD MORCOMBELAKE BRAUNTON SWANAGE BRUTON WAREHAM BATH BRISTOL LYMOUTH EXETER e g d h f c b i a DARTINGTON DEVON a THE BROWNSTON GALLERY 36 Church Street, Modbury, South Hams, Devon PL21 0QR Anthony Amos and Jerry Browning: Tales from the Edge. May 7–13. Exhibition at 54 The Gallery, ShepherdMarket, Mayfair, London W1J 7QX. Showing work by Anthony Amos, Jerry Browning, Barry Kelly, Julie Ellis andJohn Hurford. See gallery website for details; see also Mayfair map. t 01548 831338 I brownston–gallery f The-Brownston-Gallery b THELMA HULBERT GALLERY Elmfield House, Dowell Street, Honiton, Devon EX14 1LX A Curious Turn: Moving Mechanical Sculpture. Until May 19. A Crafts Council Touring Exhibition of automata. This exhibition features pieces of extraordinary moving mechanical sculpture by leading makers of the last 40 years. Tue–Sat 10–5, free admn t 01404 45006 I thelmahulbertgallery t @ThelmaHulbert f ThelmaHulbertGallery DORSET c ARTWAVE WEST Morcombelake, Dorset DT6 6DY Impressive Contemporary Art Gallery exhibiting artists including Amy Albright, Suchi Chidambaram, Heather Duncan, Martin Goold, Jeannette Hayes, Edward Kelly, Kathy Little, Louise McClary, Elisa McLeod, Rebecca Fontaine-Wolf, Paul Denham andSusan Laughton. Onsite car park andArt Academy. Tue–Sat 10–5 t 01297 489746 t @artwavewest f ArtwaveWest d THE GALLERY AT 41 41 East Street, Corfe Castle, Wareham, Dorset BH20 5EE A Way of Seeing. Until May 12. The breathtaking variety of work by Dorset painters RichardPrice ROI, DavidAtkins, Felicity House PS, Rob Adams, Judy Tate, Vicky Finding, Edward Vine, Roger Dell Seddon and Angela Holland, and sculptors Moira Purver SWA, Sue Lansbury and Laura Pentreath. Arts Festival Exhibition: Life in Motion. May 26–Jun 10. see website for hours t 01929 480095 f TheGalleryat41 e SLADERS YARD West Bay, Bridport, Dorset DT6 4EL Janette Kerr PhD RSA Hon PPRWA: North. Until May 7. Simon Quadrat NEAC PPRWA: Odd Man Out. New MAP 10 UK WEST COUNTRY Better known for his massive, site specific public sculptures across Europe and Japan, Japanese artist Hironori Katagiri has decided that his latest show at the B irch Tree Gallery in Edinburgh should focus instead on the less familiar abstract colour pencil drawings which he is showing here for the first time alongside smaller domestic-scale stone carvings. Drawing has always been an essential part of his sculptural practice but here they have been specifically made as an exhibition in their own right, Katagiri revelling in the freedom they allow him from the refined purity of form and sense of gravity implicit in the sculpture. Cutting, reversing and replacing sections of vivid colour, he creates images which, as he puts it “are more immediate responses to the ebb and flow of life . . . an alternative reality of space and texture.” NU THUMB nail Hironori Katagiri ‘Lifetide-kyun’