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Henry Moore Exhibition 2015

21st June 2015

We have had several Henry Moore exhibitions at the gallery but perhaps none quite so ambitious as this. Our last show was a memorable exhibition at Frieze Masters in London four years ago, and we now follow that with a show of rare and important small works, including some very significant new discoveries.

Prunella Clough: Unconsidered Wastelands

2nd May 2015

We are delighted to present this retrospective of works by Prunella Clough.  I first met her in the early 1970s when she was a regular visitor to the Redfern Gallery, where I worked

Brendan Burns: Gesture | Glimpse | Memory

6th February 2015

In past years we have hosted non-profit shows in January and offered the gallery to institutions to exhibit a selection from their collections. The idea was to show collections that would not normally be seen in London.

CRW Nevinson: A Printmaker in War and Peace

3rd October 2014

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE CATALOGUE It has been a life-long ambition to attempt an exhibition on this scale. CRW Nevinson – A Printmaker in War and Peace is, to my knowledge, the largest and most comprehensive exhibition of Nevinson’s prints ever seen. And we also include in the…

Lynn Chadwick: A Centenary Exhibition

6th June 2014

Catalogue for the successful Lynn Chadwick Centenary Tribute Exhibition held at Osborne Samuel Gallery. 15 May – 28 June 2014

David Farrell: Life Through The Lens

6th May 2014

Catalogue for the exhibition at Osborne Samuel Gallery, 1 – 20 September 2014.

Tim Flach: More Than Human

1st December 2013

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William Scott and Friends

10th July 2013

We are very pleased to host this exhibition of William Scott and Friends in the centenary year of his birth, in collaboration with the William Scott Foundation, established by his two sons Robert and James Scott in 2007.

The Cutting Edge of Modernity

6th May 2013

Once again we have assembled a substantial collection of modernist linocuts by the artists who worked with and studied under Claude Flight at London’s Grosvenor School of Modern Art during the 1920s and 1930s.