Marcelle Hanselaar filmed interview

The inestimable Marcelle Hanselaar, interviewed at the London Art Fair by Art in Fusion TV-

Victoria Burge at the London Art Fair, January 18-22

In January, I will be exhibiting at the London Art Fair for the first time, curating a collaborative booth with Joanna Bryant in the Project Section of the fair. I will be showing work by Victoria Burge and Joanna will show work by David Watkins. You will find us at Stand P7 in the Art Projects section on Gallery Level 1. TuesdayRead More

Marcelle Hanselaar in group show: Strange Worlds: the vision of Angela Carter

Work by Marcelle Hanselaar is currently on show in the group exhibition ‘Strange Worlds: the vision of Angela Carter’, which opened on 10 December 2016 and continues until 19 March 2017 at Royal West of England Academy, Bristol. The exhibition explores the vision of novelist, writer and journalist Angela Carter and includes work by artistsRead More

Creative Fury Installation Shots

Group Show Creative Fury offered an alternative showing of works by William Kentridge (b. 1955, Johannesburg) in the context of the Hungarian Cold War artist György Kovásznai (1934-1983)- and four mid-career contemporary artists: Marcelle Hanselaar-   Yvonne Crossley- Kate McCrickard- and Cally Shadbolt- Selected films-     were shown alongside printmaking-   drawing- and painting-Read More

Creative Fury- Artist Talk photos

On Saturday November 19th, an informal talk between artists in the group show Creative Fury took place. Kate McCrickard, Marcelle Hanselaar, Cally Shadbolt and Dori Kovasznai, (Gyorgy Kovasznai’s daughter) spoke about their working methods, influences, William Kentridge and what “creative fury” meant to them in a wide ranging and fascinating conversation. Many thanks to ourRead More

‘Creative Fury’ in Wall Street International

Kate Enters has written an insightful piece on our current group show Creative Fury for Wall Street International which you can read HERE.      

Group Show Creative Fury on until November 19

Group Show Creative Fury offers an alternative showing of works by William Kentridge (b. 1955, Johannesburg) in the context of the Hungarian Cold War artist György Kovásznai (1934-1983) and four mid-career contemporary artists: Marcelle Hanselaar, Yvonne Crossley, Kate McCrickard and Cally Shadbolt. Selected works and films will be shown alongside printmaking, drawing and painting. Creative Fury bringsRead More

‘Creative Fury’ on Paul’s Art World

Paul Carey-Kent highlights  current group exhibition ‘Creative Fury’ at 20 Clerkenwell Green until 19 November:   William Kentridge: Sleeper – Black – etching, aquatint and drypoint,1997 “You probably don’t need prompting to see William Kentridge at the Whitechapel, and he has an opera design in town, too. This less publicised show is also well worth seeing for someRead More

Coming Soon- Creative Fury: Group Show featuring William Kentridge

Group Show Creative Fury offers an alternative showing of works by William Kentridge (b. 1955, Johannesburg) in the context of the Hungarian Cold War artist György Kovásznai (1934-1983) and four mid-career contemporary artists: Marcelle Hanselaar, Yvonne Crossley, Kate McCrickard and Cally Shadbolt. Selected works and films will be shown alongside printmaking, drawing and painting. CreativeRead More

How Rembrandt made some of his greatest works- video essay by Alexander Massouras

‘The perfect line’: How Rembrandt made some of his greatest works. Artist Alexander Massouras demonstrates how the techniques behind some of history’s greatest prints remain unchanged – almost 400 years on – in this video commissioned by Christie’s and filmed by Bronwen Parker-Rhodes You can view the short film HERE.  

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