On January 16, an exhibition entitled Lines of Poetry will be hosted at the Estorick Collection of Modern Italian Art, 39a Canonbury Square London N1 2AN. It will feature eighty prints, paintings and drawing by the master of poetic understatement Giorgio Morandi (1890-1964).
More than 40 years ago, Angela Flowers established her first art gallery in an attic space in central London. Flowers Gallery is now based in Shoreditch and Mayfair. And in Chelsea, New York.
The exhibition Angela Flowers at 80 aims to celebrate Angela Flowers’ 80th birthday, and is hosted in Shoreditch, to be precise 82 Kingsland Road, London. It features a survey of a selection of artists associated with the gallery from its inception to the present.
[arthur-frank] First Editions has announced the launch of the third volume of If You Leave. The presentation of the book will be accompanied by a selection of 10 prints from the collection and will be presented alongside Volumes I&II at Mother in London on the 5th of December.
A Forming State is an exhibition organised by the London College of Communication to present the work of its MA Photography 2012 graduates.
From the 14th to the 24th November, the 44 artists will be featured at the in the University of the Arts London in Elephant & Castle.
Curated by William A. Ewing the international exhibition Cartier Bresson: A Question of Colour has opened the doors to the public today at Somerset House, where it will be hosted until the 27 Jaunary 2013. It features ten Henri-Cartier Bresson photographs never exhibited before in the UK, accompanied by 75 works by 15 contemporary street photographers from all over the world.
For the first time in Italy the French artist Cyprien Gaillard will be featured at the Nicola Trussardi Foundation in Milan, with the exhibition Rubble and Revelation. The curator Massimiliano Gioni took care of this important event in the contemporary art scene that will have its opening to the public on the 13 November 2012.
The Aspect of Art show will be hosted at the Espacio Gallery, in Bethnal Green, for one week starting the 1st of November 2012. The multidimensional exhibition will feature 20 artists with a 100 different point of views. 2D and 3D work, uplifting, moving colours and monotones will be showcased.
The solo exhibition from the photographer Mark Vessey features his Collections and it is hosted at the No Walls gallery in Brighton. It is a photographic highlight of pop culture, and it examines the addiction that affects the most dedicated and passionate collectors.
In a hidden corner of Shoreditch, to be precise at 17 Great Eastern Street, a group of artists is exposing artworks as part of White Canvas Project III. It is the third time that Supremebeing features an event of this kind in the UK, and the idea is to expand. The next venues will be where some of the artists involved are from, like China and Belgium.
Dreams of the World Order is an exhibition held at the Flowersgallery in Kingsland Road, London, until the 20 October showing early paintings that explore four areas of Michael Kidner’s technique. These include After Image, Stripe, Moiré and Wave. The artworks are predominantly from the 1960’s and are examples of Kidner’s experiments with optical effects.