Top Exhibitions Opening This Week

Featuring: Jack Bell Gallery, Soho Revue, Carlos / Ishikawa, Grove Collective, Simon Lee Gallery, Thomas Dane Gallery, Richard Saltoun, David Zwirner
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Navot Miller © The Artist, Image Courtesy of Grove Collective, London

Navot Miller: Alex & Philippe & Willi & Zach.

13 April - 14 May, 2022

Opening Wednesday April 13th 6-8:30pm

Grove Collective is pleased to present the upcoming exhibition Alex & Philippe & Willi & Zach., a solo show by Berlin-based artist Navot Miller, curated by Russell Tovey, on view at Grove Collective’s Battersea space from April 13th to May 14th, 2022. This is the first time that Grove Collective has worked with either Miller or Tovey.

Stijn Bastianen, The painter at sea, 2022, Oil paint, acrylic and paint marker on canvas, 130 x 170 cm, 51 1/8 x 66 7/8 in, © The Artist, Image Courtesy of Jack Bell Gallery, London

Stijn Bastianen: Everybody is Late for Therapy

13 April - 29 April, 2022

Press Preview: Wednesday, April 13th: 11am-1pm

Jack Bell Gallery is pleased to present a solo show of paintings by Stijn Bastianen. This will be the artist’s first exhibition in the UK.

‘The story’ is difficult to fathom rationally. It often arises from chance or by unknowingly bringing together images and signs. ‘The world is a theatre’: the set pieces slide over each other until the content reluctantly reveals itself. This content can vary from humour to sarcasm, from irony to poetry, with a hint of social criticism on top. Stijn Bastianen likes to repaint: the pictorial richness underlines the complexity of ‘the story’.

Layla Andrews © The Artist, Image Courtesy of Soho Revue, London

Layla Andrews: Good Company

14 April - 30 April, 2022

Soho Revue is proud to present ‘Good Company,’ a solo show of works by Brixton based artist, Layla Andrews.

Fittingly shown in the heart of Soho, ‘Good Company’ celebrates the joy of human interaction. The exhibition will showcase a collection of group scenes, still lives, and sculptures, which reflect on the importance of joy after the sombreness that has come to define the past two years. Andrews draws upon personal experiences, observed interactions and collected treasures to create a body of work which aims to entice viewers into surreal worlds and inspire an environment of conviviality and fun.

Mahesh Baliga, Flowering self, 2022 (detail), © The Artist, Image Courtesy of David Zwirner, London

Mahesh Baliga: Drawn to remember

12 April - 28 May, 2022

“My paintings remind me why I remember something while looking at something else. My works contain the experience of looking. The curiosity of looking at a person, a person in a particular condition. Existences mingle; the animals, the trees, and objects in my paintings may tell human stories.”
—Mahesh Baliga

© Everlyn Nicodemus, Image courtesy of Richard Saltoun, London

Everlyn Nicodemus

12 April - 28 May, 2022

Richard Saltoun Gallery presents a major solo exhibition of African diaspora artist Everlyn Nicodemus (b. 1954), her first with the gallery.

The exhibition marks Nicodemus’ first solo show in London in over 15 years and brings together a selection of works spanning 40 years, including unseen paintings from The Wedding series.

Walead Beshty, Single Sided RA-4 Full-Spectrum Color Relief (D-Max), Los Angeles, California, January 12, 2022, Fujicolor Crystal Archive Type II, Em. No. 859809B217, 01022, 2022 © Walead Beshty and Thomas Dane Gallery, London

Walead Beshty: Addendum

12 April - 28 May, 2022

Private View: Monday, April 11th, 6-8PM

‘Addendum’ represents the seventh collaboration between Walead Beshty and Thomas Dane Gallery, the fifth of his monographic presentations at the gallery, and also the fifth of his projects with us in London.

© The Artist, Image Courtesy of Carlos/Ishikawa, London

Korakrit Arunanondchai & Alex Gvojic: Songs For Living

14 April - 15 May, 2022

Private View: Wednesday, April 13th, 6-8PM

Suzan Frecon, vermilion mummy, 2020, © The Artist, Image Courtesy of David Zwirner, London

Suzan Frecon: recent paintings, oil and water

12 April - 28 May, 2022

David Zwirner is pleased to present new work by American artist Suzan Frecon at the gallery’s 24 Grafton Street location, marking her eighth solo exhibition with the gallery and the first major presentation of her paintings in London. On view will be new large-scale and midsized canvases that elaborate on the artist’s enduring investigation of painting, as well as her richly textured paintings on paper.

Georg Karl Pfahler, Ost-West Transit Nr. XVI, 1969-1970. Acrylic on canvas, 200 x 200 x 5 cm (78 3/4 x 78 3/4 x 2 in.) Courtesy of the estate of Georg Karl Pfahler and Simon Lee Gallery. © Georg Karl Pfahler Archive

Georg Karl Pfahler

13 April - 21 May, 2022

Private View: Tuesday, April 12th: 6-8PM

Simon Lee Gallery is proud to announce German painter Georg Karl Pfahler’s inaugural presentation in London, a comprehensive survey of defining works from throughout the artist’s career. The exhibition showcases a collection of paintings and works on paper that celebrate the legacy of Germany’s first Hard Edge painter.

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