London Paint Club


Exhibitions Opening This Week: 13-19 June, 2022

Featuring: König London, Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery, BEERS London, and CASSIUS&Co.
KEEYA, ‘Family Portrait’ (2022), acrylic, rhinestones, crochet, rabbit fur, linen, collage and mixed media on canvas, 198x160cm, © The Artist, Image Courtesy of BEERS London

Come Out & Play: Curated by Andrew Salgado

PV: Saturday, 18 June: 1-4PM

19 June – 16 July, 2022

Curated by artist Andrew Salgado the LGBTQ+ themed exhibition Come Out & Play, celebrates internationally-based queer artists whose practice prioritizes a bold approach and work that is celebratory, challenging, and progressive. The artists included present queerness as manifest through colour and play, a subject matter free from taboo or shame, and a greater practice that responds to the contemporary ideology of what it means to be a queer artist in society.

Raphael Egil, Untitled (from Beijing Diaries), 2013. Chinese ink on paper, 39 x 30 cm. © The Artist, Image Courtesy of CASSIUS&Co.,

Studies and Exercises

15 June – 28 August, 2022

CASSIUS&Co. is delighted to present Studies and Exercises, an exhibition of works on paper by Balthus, Alvaro Barrington, Raphael Egil, Petrit Halilaj, Gabriel Orozco, Sigmar Polke, Kaoli Mashio, Dorothea Stiegemann and Yoshifusa Utagawa.

Dennis Osadebe: Modern Magic

16 June – 16 July, 2022

KÖNIG LONDON is pleased to present MODERN MAGIC, Dennis Osadebe’s first exhibition with KÖNIG GALERIE, comprised of ten new paintings, all acrylic and archival ink on canvas. With the starting point of black magic and its deep history as a thematic framing, the works present themselves like a theatre filled with visual challenges and rich experimentation.

Houda Terjuman, Time suspended I, 2021 | Oil on canvas | 76 x 110 cm / 29 7/8 x 43 1/4 in, © The Artist, Image Courtesy of Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery London

Houda Terjuman: When Hope Smells Like Petrichor

PV: Saturday, 18 June: 12-4PM

18 June – 16 July, 2022

Syrian–Swiss–Moroccan artist Houda Terjuman’s Surrealist-inspired works explore stories of displacement and loss, of transition and new beginnings. For her first solo exhibition with Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery London, entitled When Hope Smells Like Petrichor, Terjuman presents a captivating collection of paintings that contemplate the artist’s own personal experiences while also resonating with anyone who has found themselves caught in a state of in-between.

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