Exhibition Archive

Taymour Grahne Projects (Offsite) – Intimacy

(4 May – 14 May, 2022) Taymour Grahne Projects is excited to announce the launch of Intimacy – A Group Show – the gallery’s second Satellite group exhibition, featuring an exciting line up of 28 artists exploring the theme of intimacy. New York – based writer and curator Osman Can Yerebakan has written a wonderful catalogue essay for the exhibition.

Gallery 46 – Damned If I Do

(28 April – 8 May, 2022) The exhibition Damned If I Do challenges the social straitjacketing of the patriarchal system, bringing together work across a range of media by a group of women artists exploring the female experience, the body, and the gaze.

JD Malat Gallery – Ed Moses: California Cool

(13 April – 7 May, 2022) The exhibition features new, unseen works by the legendary late artist. As a central figure in the LA art scene, and where he was based until his death, Moses is thought to be one of the most experimental and prolific painters to have come out of the West Coast following the Post-War years.

Herald St: Say Less

(6 April – 7 May, 2022) Say Less is an essay exhibition. It is an idea on a topic in visual form. It is a small view from our big world, a passionate and true view, but not something comprehensive. It is a group show of eleven artists from around Europe and the United States, represented by work from 1969 to 2022.

Grove Collective – Navot Miller: Alex & Philippe & Willi & Zach.

(13 April – 15 May, 2022) 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.

The Approach – Pam Evelyn: Built on Clay

(7 April – 15 May, 2022) The Approach is excited to present Built on Clay, a UK debut solo exhibition of paintings by the young British painter Pam Evelyn (b.1996 UK). The show title takes its name from the geological composition of the city of London, which has a predominantly clay foundation.

Victoria Miro – John Kørner: Cosmopolitan Super Fruits

(8 April – 7 May, 2022) Following Intercontinental Super Fruits, John Kørner’s first solo museum exhibition in the United States (on view at the Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit from November 2021 until January 2022), this exhibition builds on themes of consumerism, globalisation and networks of distribution and exchange.

Sid Motion Gallery – Rebecca Gould and Iwan Lewis: Radical Lethargy

(8 April – 7 May, 2022) Rebecca Gould is an artist working with sculpture, video and textiles. Iwan Lewis is a painter exploring native mythologies. The exhibition title refers to their shared experience of living on the island of Ynys Môn, which forces them to question their roles as artists. This island backdrop is a welcome paradox from living in London which was their home for a decade.

Almine Rech – Messages from the 6th Dimension

(7 April – 14 May, 2022) This exhibition will include young artists who push boundaries in the depth of their art. The upcoming exhibition will showcase talented artists Fabien Adéle, Lilah Rose, and Hiba Schahbaz.

Almine Rech – Spotlight: Dylan Kraus

(7 April – 14 May, 2022) Dylan Kraus is an American artist who creates small-scale paintings which utilise dark colours and deep symbolism to channel his curiosity about the universe.

Carl Kostyál – Jess Valice: Human

(7 April – 6 May, 2022) In Jess Valice’s recent paintings, it’s usually the eyes you notice first. Huge, heavy-lidded pools, resolute and weary, as if their owner had lately gone through something but was nevertheless holding on, engaging the world.

Victoria Miro – Celia Paul: Memory and Desire

(6 April – 7 May, 2022) Celia Paul’s art is founded on deep connections – familial, creative, threading back and forth across time – to people and places, and is self-assuredly quiet, contemplative and ultimately moving in its attention to detail and intensely felt spirituality.

V.O Curations – Dala Nasser

(1 April – 5 May, 2022) As a material based artist working through abstraction and alternative forms of image making, Dala Nasser applies an interdisciplinary approach to her works ranging from painting, to performance, and films.

MAMOTH – Oliver Clegg: Tongue-Tied

(8 April – 15 May, 2022) Entitled Tongue-tied, the exhibition is a homecoming of sorts, the artist’s first solo presentation in London since 2008, following several years living and showing in New York before relocating to Santa Teresa, Costa Rica.

PACE – Latifa Echakhch: Night Time

(26 March – 4 May, 2022) Informed by the ways in which everyday objects and imagery can be transfigured into signifiers of identity, history, and mythology, Latifa Echakhch’s practice takes the form of painting, installation, sculpture, and sound. Describing her work as “a question of power and postures”, Echakhch states she has “no other goals but questioning the world around me”.

Amanda Wilkinson – Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė: Counting Seasons

(9 March – 6 May, 2022) Dorota Gawęda and Eglė Kulbokaitė are naturally collaborative. Their work initially manifested as Young-Girl Reading Group, a serial performative project and a fragmented collection of texts engaged with feminisms and its weavings into queer and minority positions and the more-than-human.

Modern Art (Helmet Row) – Mohammed Sami

(23 March – 7 May, 2022) Mostly large-format and acrylic on linen, Mohammed Sami’s paintings depict glimpses of empty, built environments and interior still-lives that – while at first appearing mundane — carry a weight of autobiographical references and affective meaning.

Almine Rech – Marcus Jahmal

(7 April – 14 May, 2022) This will be the artist’s first solo exhibition in London and the fourth solo exhibition with Almine Rech. In Marcus Jahmal’s new paintings, purple hurtles along the continuum of human history.

Gagosian (Grosvenor Hill) – Titus Kaphar: New Alters: Reworking Devotion

(17 March – 7 May, 2022) In paintings, sculptures, and installations, Kaphar examines the history of representation by altering the work’s supports. In doing so, he reveals oft unspoken social and political truths, dislodging history from its status as “past” to underscore its contemporary relevance.

Alice Black Gallery – Group Exhibition: Seven

(18 March – 15 May, 2022) We are proud to now be representing Rachael Bailey (b. 1975), Ivan Black (b. 1972), Dante Elsner (1920-1997), Matthew Harris (b. 1966), Tristan Pigott (b. 1990), Amber Pinkerton (b. 1997) and Atalanta Xanthe (b. 1996) and to be joining the community of galleries that call Fitzrovia, home.

The Mayor Gallery – Repetitions

(2 March – 6 May, 2022) On the 100th anniversary of Répétitions by Paul Eluard and Max Ernst, a publication of collages and poems by the Dada and Surrealist artists, The Mayor Gallery in the countdown to its own centenary investigates the idea of rhythm and repetition with a group show of paintings, sculptures, works on paper and photography from the 1950s to 2000s.

Luxembourg + Co. – Bad Manners

(1 March – 15 May, 2022) A survey exhibition devised in collaboration with artist Jake Chapman and dedicated to the role of non-consensual collaborations between artists from the mid 19th century to the present day.

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