Exhibition & Auction News for 2013

London Art Fair – Inkd Gallery

London Art Fair 2013 takes place at the Business Design Centre in Islington, N1 from 16-20 January.

White Noise ink tea and graphite on paper

The Fair features over 100 galleries presenting the great names of 20th century Modern British art and exceptional contemporary work.  I am delighted to be showing brand new work with ink-d gallery (http://www.ink-d.co.uk) head over to stand G12, to see a range of work from James Cauty, Lidia de Pedro, Stanley Donwood, Magnus Gjoen, Carne Griffiths, Greg Haberny, Ian Hodgson, Carrie Reichardt aka The Baroness, Paul Scott, Garry Smith, Jake Wood-Evans.

 

‘Fig.’

Vyner Street Gallery, 23 Vyner Street, 24th -27th January
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An exhibition challenging the notion of portraiture curated by Elliott Walker where I will be exhibiting drawings from life alongside, Emma Hartvig- Photography, Angus Frost- Sculpture, Sam Taylor- Photography, Teija Williams- Photography/sculpture, Laurence Jones- Painting, Will Adams- Photography, Amber Rowe- Screenprinting, Ellen Rose- Screenprinting, Amy Exton- Mixed Media, Peter Cocks- Mixed Media and Elliott Walker- Photography

Trailblazers – Coates and Scarry

Above Second - 31 Eastern Street, Hong Kong 
Show opens Feb 28 to March 30Unity

From the creepy kitsch kittens of Angela Lizon to Pure Evil’s Pop Art meets ‘A Clockwork Orange’, Trailblazers blurs the boundaries between the past and the future. Lurid yet intriguing, these artists subvert their subjects – magical creatures are made mysterious, whilst butterfly wings are used to adorn the skulls in D*Face’s ‘Flutterdies’. Our preconceptions challenged, Trailblazers know just how to most confront the viewer.

Many of these painters use old techniques in new ways, or find entirely new materials – spray paint, alcohol – to represent and reawaken classic portraiture, now made vivid, alive, modern. From street art to silkscreen to traditional oil paintings, this remarkable new show is challenging and intriguing, amazing and trail-blazing.

AAF Hong Kong – Coates and Scarry

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Really excited to be showing work at Hong Kong’s first Affordable Art Fair which will be taking place between the 15 – 17 March in the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.

A fun three-day event hosting a wealth of galleries and a huge array of contemporary art. The concept is simple, yet unique: an inspiring and friendly atmosphere in which you can find thousands of original paintings, prints, sculpture and photography all under one roof, and all between HK $1,000 and HK $100,000, and 75% priced below HK $75,000. The work of young, emerging artists hangs alongside some of the biggest household names, while the compulsory labelling of all the artwork means you know exactly what suits your budget.

 Joss Searchlight Charity Auction

 Blackall Studios, Leonard Street, Shoreditch on 13th & 14th (pv and auction) March 2013

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This is the first major event for Joss Searchlight and features the works of over 100 contemporary artists including 12 Royal Academicians.  I am delighted to be able to support the Joss Searchlight Charity and hope that you can help me raise money by attending and bidding for the work on show.  Link to youtube video  http://youtu.be/IB7ZkqcW8co

Later in 2013

Details will follow soon of 2 shows later in the year in both Milan and Los Angeles..  going to be an amazing year!

 

 

 

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