Kostas Synodis at The Herrick Gallery until June 25

Following on from Art 16, Kostas Synodis’ studio and selected sculptures, including Clamped: Flopped: and a rusted work on paper, Drawn, are being shown at the Herrick Gallery, 93 Piccadilly, London W1J 7NQ, alongside work by Jake Clark– The exhibition runs until June 25.

Kostas Synodis at Art 16

Selected to curate a solo artist booth at Art16 by Jonathan Watkins (Director of the Ikon Gallery in Birmingham), Joanna Bryant and Julian Page weave a tale of how one artist of the next generation is successfully forging a line of enquiry, by encompassing the challenges that a dwindling supply of artists’ studios and facilitiesRead More

Visible Traces: Installation Shots, April 12-17

Visible Traces offered an alternative showing of works by Ian Stephenson (1934-2000) in the context of a select group show.   Stephenson was a pioneering English abstract artist who characteristically splattered colours in layers towards obliteration. His work featured in Antonioni’s film Blow Up (1966), an iconic vision of London in the swinging sixties. The film’sRead More

The London Original Print Fair At The Royal Academy, May 5-8

You are cordially invited to attend the 31st London Original Print Fair: Thursday 5 May, 10am – 9pm Friday 6 May, 10am – 10pm Saturday 7 May, 10am – 6pm Sunday 8 May, 10am – 6pm Royal Academy, Burlington House, London W1J 0BD Please follow this link to register for a free e-ticket for you and a guest. Contact meRead More

Coming Soon- Kostas Synodis solo booth at Art 16, May 20-22

In collaboration with Joanna Bryant, I will be presenting at solo exhibition of the works of London-based Greek artist Kostas Synodis. Art16, London’s summer art fair, returns to Olympia London from 20 – 22 May 2016. Since our inaugural edition in 2013, Art16 has become a highlight of London’s cultural calendar, kicking off the summerRead More

Visible Traces, Clerkenwell, April 12-17

Visible Traces offers an alternative showing of works by Ian Stephenson (1934-2000) in the context of a select group show. Stephenson was a pioneering English abstract artist who characteristically splattered colours in layers towards obliteration. His work featured in Antonioni’s film Blow Up (1966), an iconic vision of London in the swinging sixties. The film’sRead More

Julian Page at the London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy, May 5-8 2016

I am delighted to be exhibiting for the ninth time at the London Original Print Fair at the Royal Academy, which runs from May 5-8, with a preview on Wednesday May 4. More information can be found here.

Digging Deeper installation shots

Digging Deeper, Group Show, Clerkenwell, November 3-8 Peter Doig- Stephen Gill- Katja Larsson- Ruth Solomons- Digging Deeper offers an alternative showing of works by Stephen Gill and Peter Doig in the context of a select group show. The show attempts to provide new insights into both artists, by contextualising their work with that of two emergingRead More

Victoria Burge in CoBrA group show at Blum & Poe LA, Nov 5 – Dec 23

Alison Gingeras has curated a two part show about the CoBrA art movement across two exhibitions in Blum & Poe galleries in New York and Los Angeles. Roberta Smith reviews the first part of the show here for the New York Times here. The New York show, September 9 – October 17, acted as a primer,Read More

Stephen Gill fundraising print for Red Cross Europe Refugee Crisis

A new fundraising print by Stephen Gill, hitherto unseen, from his series Talking to Ants, is for sale during our upcoming group show, Digging Deeper, 3-8 November to raise funds for the Red Cross Europe Refugee Crisis appeal: The image was taken in Hackney, East London and features objects that were sourced from the local surroundingsRead More

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