Galleries - March 2019

people, flying birds and charging bulls catch your breath with their beauty. Mon–Sat 10–6, Sun 12.30–6 t 020 7435 6660 I cattogallery c HIGHGATE GALLERY 11 South Grove, London N6 6BS Simon Williams. Mar 8–21. Camden based JakBox functions as a “creative lab” where ideas are mixed and processes tested. Nothing is exempt from curious examination and the results are sometimes accidental, sometimes disturbing. Adam Forman: How do we remember? Mar 29–Apr 11. Using archival material of a single life, juxtaposed with capturing a single moment on a road crossing every day for a year, Forman’s work includes painting, drawing and lithography. tube Archway or Highgate; buses 143, 210 & 271 from Archway tube to Highgate Village Tue–Fri 1-5, Sat 11–4, Sun 11–5, free admn t 020 8340 3343 d STABLES IN EXILE GALLERY St Catherine’s, Dollis Hill Lane, London NW10 1QB Flora Malpas: Still Tales. Until Mar 23. Fri 3.30–6, Sat 10–4, Sun 11–1 & 6–8 t 07778 819993 f BrentArts2 MAP 22 LONDON HAMPSTEAD PRIMROSE HILL HAMPSTEAD HEATH N O R T H C I R C M I L L L A N E N O R T H E N D R O A D H A V ER S T O C K H A M P S T E A D L A N E F I TZJO HN’ S A V E F I N C H L E Y R D W E L L I N G T O N R D R E G E N T ' S P A R K R D F I N C H L E Y R D C R I C K L E W O O D L A N E P R I N C C H E V E N I N G R O A D W I L L E S D E N L A N E B E L S I Z E R D B O U N D A R Y A D E L A I D E R O A D C H I C H E L E R D HA RV IST RD BR ON DES B U RY RD BU RN PK R D C A R T O N V A L E K I L B U R N L A N E G R E V I L L E A B B E Y R D K I L B U R N H I G H R D M A I D A V A L E E D A L B E R T R O A D C R I C K L E W O O D B D Y F I N C H L E Y R O A D A V E N U E R O A D N O R T H A a c d Finchley Rd Kilburn Swiss Cottage Chalk Farm Belsize P MadiaVale C Kilburn High Rd V E H A M H E A T H S T R E E T F L A S K W A L K A b mpstead MARCH 2019 GALLERIES 33 Founded in 1979, October Gallery celebrates 40 years of exhibiting the Transvangarde, innovative, contemporary art from around the world. Tue–Sat 12.30–5.30 & by appt t 020 7242 7367 I octobergallery t @octoberlondon f octobergalleryholborn g SIGER GALLERY 31-33 Church Street, Marylebone, London NW8 8ES The Politics of Moisture: Painting, Photography, Sculpture and Film. Mar 22–Apr 1. Baker, Buhl, Bourlier, Burke, Carrick, Deayton, Estes, Gris, Grassy, Monroy, Mann, Montague, Mechen, Jolly, Lieberman, Rancine, Robinson, Sanroman, Stewart, Scheerlinck, Sparks, Varon. Film event on Mar 30. daily 11.30–5.30 t 07710 413353 h WOOLFF GALLERY 89 Charlotte Street, London W1T 4PU Love Jordan: Solo Show. Until Mar 15. Presenting mixd media works from Jonny Love and Samual Jordan. Affordable Art Fair Battersea, London. Mar 7–10. Mon–Fri 10.30–6, Sat 11–5 t 020 7631 0551 I woolffgallery t @woolffgallery f woolffgallery Sculptor Terence Coventry died in 2017 aged 79; this latest exhibition at G allery Pangolin covers all the major themes and developments in his 30 year career, thus acting as a full retrospective. Alongside it there is a handsome catalogue raisonné and the story both exhibition and catalogue tell is a striking and unconventional one. Trained as a painter, latterly at the RCA, Coventry left after a year and took up farming in Cornwall, only returning to art again some 20 years later, this time as a sculptor. This history is not irrelevant to the way his work developed, not only in his key subject matter – birds, bulls, boars and the human figure, but also in the play of light over their surfaces redolent of the landscape, while the quirky individuality of their construction reflects something of the more practical farm matters coming out of that same workshop. NU THUMB nail Terence Coventry ‘Goat 1 Maquette’ MAP 22 LONDON HAMPSTEAD a BEN URI GALLERY & MUSEUM Art. Identity. Migration 108a Boundary Road, London NW8 0RH Mark Gertler: Paintings and Drawings, c.1909–24. Apr 8–22. After Apr 22 exhibition opens on Apr 29, May 6, 13 & 20. Gallery closed until Apr 8. Mon only 11–5 t 020 7604 3991 I BenUriGallery t @BenUriGallery f BenUriGallery b CATTO GALLERY 100 Heath Street, London NW3 1DP Richard Twose. Mar 7–25. Twose’s masterful paintings of playful horses, falling