THE GALLERY GUIDE
TATE MODERN GALLERY LONDON
An exhibition not to be missed at the Tate Modern showcasing the work of the artist and activist Lubaina Himid. Born in 1954 in the Protectorate of Zanzibar, she grew up in the UK and initially trained in theatre design. She was awarded the Turner Prize in 2017 and has become well known for her figurative painting.
OCTOBER GALLERY LONDON
Aubrey Williams born 1926 in Georgetown, Guyana. Works On Paper is a gorgeous experience by this abstract expressionist that leaves you feeling visually completely sated.
TATE GALLERY ST IVES
Thao Nguyen Phan from Ho Chi Minh City ,Vietnam, is a multi media artist that confronts social issues and historical events in her country. This work currently deals with the environmental impacts on the Mekong River.
HOLLIS TAGGART GALLERY NEW YORK
Alex Kenevsky , a fluid, sensual artist currently based in New Hampshire. Born in Russia in 1959 he studied at the Philidephia Acadamy of Fine Arts.
His work is deeply passionate, richly emotional and tender whilst also brilliantly observed.
PONTONE GALLERY LONDON
CHoi Soowhan a Korean artist shows 'A Positive Absence'. An unusual critically acclaimed artist creating lightboxes which depict beautiful, haunting landscapes. The images are three dimensional, made up of layers of black laminate, punctured with holes and back lit by LED lighting.
ROMAN ROAD GALLERY LONDON
A gallery to watch. The current Exhibition 'Abstraction and Daydreaming' is a bold and interesting attempt to grapple with our perimeters around the future trajectory for 21st century art. All praise to Marissa Bellani and her curatorial endeavors.
THE POWERHOUSE MUSEUM SYDNEY
until January 29 2023
'Clay Dynasty' the ceramics exhibition during the Sydney Biennial is unmissable with nearly 500 ceramic pieces on display ,it covers a wide range or work including aboriginal ceramics and current artists. This piece is called 'Walking In The Forest' by Kenji Uranishihi- gorgeous!
The work of Billy Childish, an english born artist 1st December 1959 who is a bit of a polymath. Painter, musician, writer and poet, he touches many things with a delicacy that really does inhabit your soul. He takes the utterly ordinary and leaves you with an enduring memory. You could look at his works for a long time and derive a childish pleasure.
LEHMANN MAUPIN GALLERY LONDON
until September 3 2022
LAUDERDALE GALLERY LONDON
until August 11 2022
There is some of the work of Warren King that is raw, visceral and compelling and he really makes you see the world through his eyes. Growing up during the The Troubles of Northern Ireland has obviously been the crucible for his art. I look forward to seeing what he produces in ten years time.