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5th November 2020
Sean Henry’s sculptures continue to reach a wide audience, with solo exhibitions and installations in many locations, from Oslo to Yorkshire Sculpture Park and notably in 2017 at The Lightbox Gallery & Museum in Woking, the town where he was born.
14th October 2020
We are pleased to announce our participation in the first-ever hybrid online/in-person IFPDA Fine Art Print Fair.
14th October 2020
Osborne Samuel contributed to this major exhibition curated by Jacquiline Creswell, the cathedral’s visual arts adviser, to commemorate the 800th anniversary of the foundation of Salisbury Cathedral.
10th September 2020
The gallery is now open Monday to Friday and our Modern British exhibition will run throughout September. Look out for some special features which will follow at the gallery; the Sean Henry exhibition will open on November 11th and run until the end of the year.
4th September 2020
Cast in bronze, in 1975, Maquette for Reclining Figure: Holes is a tactile, enigmatic form. From the front it rests languorously, space entering the composition through voids where limbs arch and touch. Reversed, the salient feature is the curve Moore anticipated so keenly. …
27th August 2020
Click here or the image above to view the virtual tour of our Modern British Exhibition 2020…
31st July 2020
This week’s ‘Staff Feature’ is the Sleeper series by William Kentridge, chosen by Amy Tibble. “The ‘Ubu Tells the Truth’ etchings were the starting point for a theatre production ‘Ubu & the Trust Commission’ (1997). The Sleeper prints were made after the theatre production was completed. I had worked on…
25th July 2020
17th July 2020
Sean Henry gives us a glimpse into his working methods and studio in July 2020, near the end of the UK lockdown. With exhibitions in London and The Netherlands postponed until the end of 2020 and Spring 2021, this short film gives us a unique opportunity to see new works…
7th July 2020
For several years over fifty of the top London galleries have presented simultaneous exhibitions as part of London Art Week. Until this year we have been unable to participate because the dates clash with Masterpiece.