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HISTORY OF EXHIBITIONS
Year 2016

History of Exhibitions: 2002200320042005200620072009201020112012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, ...
Forthcoming Exhibitions

Dates

Ground Floor Gallery

Lower Ground Floor Gallery

  • From 23 July 2016
The gallery closed for relocation.
  • 3 May - 23 July 2016

invitation

introduction

Group Show
features works by the contemporary artists: Victoria Kovalenchikova, Igor Tcholaria, James Fieramosca, Walera Martynchik, Nicolas Ruston, David Balilty, McAlpine Miller, Anastasia Belous, Penny Crofts, Maurizio Camatta, Mauro Federico Romero Bayter, Ilia Petrovic, Sveta Yavorsky, Giuseppe Linardi, Marek Dutka, Robert Bissell, Lilia Mazurkevich, Sergey Sologub, Steve Johnston, Roxana Halls, Roger Aslin, Stanislav Plutenko, Zorikto Dorzhiev, David Bowers, and others.

Old Masters: Michelangelo Cerquozzi (1602-1660), Jan Philip van Thielen (1618-1667), Hendrick Mommers (1623-1693), Gerard van Spaendonck (1746–1822), Simon Pietersz Verelst (1644–1710), Joseph Heintz the Younger (1600-1678), Ernst Stuven (ca.1657–1712), Hubert Robert (1733 –1808), Jan van Huysum (1682–1749).

Sculptures by Edgar Degas (1834-1917), Auguste Rodin (1840-1917), Alexander Archipenko (1887-1964), Oleg Prokofiev (1928-1998), Eleanor Cardozo, Nicola Godden, Richard L.Minns, Andy Cheese, Jamie McCartney, Ian Edwards, Gianfranco Meggiato, A.& M. Cacchiarelli Principi, David Mayer, Roland Pich, Palolo Valds, Sam Shendi, Ruurd Hallema, Gill Parker, Spar Street.

  • 4 - 30 April 2016

Sculptures by Edgar Degas, Auguste Rodin, Alexander Archipenko, Oleg Prokofiev, Eleanor Cardozo, Nicola Godden, Richard L.Minns, Andy Cheese, Jamie McCartney, Ian Edwards, Gianfranco Meggiato, A.& M. Cacchiarelli Principi, David Mayer, Roland Pich, Palolo Valds, Sam Shendi, Ruurd Hallema, Gill Parker, Spar Street, Carlo Pecorelli, and Andrey Ostashov.

invitation

introduction

Maurizio Camatta 'Into The Wild'

Maurizio Camatta in his new works paints the air, the wind with its turbulence that stirs the air, the breath that nurtures and shakes everyday living. The air corporeality as a metaphor of the human soul are inspired by these recent works by Maurizio Camatta.

Through floating and transparent colours, so light as to be taken in with just a look, Camatta highlights the contrast between the ethereal aspect of the depiction of the sky and the expressive power of the painting, which is fixed on the canvas through insistent and layered strokes.

press release (pdf)

Group Show
features works by the contemporary artists: Igor Tcholaria, James Fieramosca, Walera Martynchik, Nicolas Ruston, David Balilty, Metin Salih, McAlpine Miller, Anastasia Belous, Holly Brodie, Anne Tanner.

Old Masters: Michelangelo Cerquozzi (1602-1660), Jan Philip van Thielen (1618-1667), Hendrick Mommers (1623-1693), Gerard van Spaendonck (17461822), Simon Pietersz Verelst (16441710), Joseph Heintz the Younger (1600-1678), Ernst Stuven (ca.16571712), Hubert Robert (1733 1808), Jan van Huysum (16821749).

  • 29 February - 2 April 2016

Sculptures by Edgar Degas, Auguste Rodin, Alexander Archipenko, Oleg Prokofiev, Eleanor Cardozo, Nicola Godden, Richard L.Minns, Andy Cheese, Jamie McCartney, Ian Edwards, Gianfranco Meggiato, A.& M. Cacchiarelli Principi, David Mayer, Roland Pich, Palolo Valds, Sam Shendi, Ruurd Hallema, Gill Parker, Spar Street, Carlo Pecorelli, and Andrey Ostashov.

invitation

introduction

Gemma Billington 'Beyond The Beyond'

Gemma Billington admits that her primary influence is the ever-changing patterns of nature, and the timelessness of this subject. In her paintings Gemma explores the eternity of nature. She steers away from traditional techniques, using raw brushstrokes, applying her paint, almost like a dance, to the canvas.

press release (pdf)

invitation (pdf)

Roger Aslin ''Urban Narratives'

The recurrent subject of Roger Aslin's works is a figure within an urban environment; this is influenced by Aslin’s personal interest in film and television. Paintings are often developed from his observations of city life caught on camera. These are then further explored digitally before being transferred to canvas, board or paper. Sense of space is created using a highly contrasting palette that reduces forms to their key elements, and attempts to distil the essence of each familiar scenario.

press release (pdf)

  • 1 - 27 February 2016

invitation

introduction

Federico Romero Bayter 'Urban Labyrinths'

Hay Hill Gallery presents Urban Labyrinths a solo exhibition by Federico Romero Bayter, a Colombian artist who lives and works in Italy. This exhibition sees as a protagonist the city that is drew in a three-dimensional way. Rapid signs and tangles of lines change the traditional perception of landscapes, buildings and roads.

press release (pdf)

Sculptures by Edgar Degas, Auguste Rodin, Alexander Archipenko, Oleg Prokofiev, Eleanor Cardozo, Nicola Godden, Richard L.Minns, Andy Cheese, Jamie McCartney, Ian Edwards, Gianfranco Meggiato, A.& M. Cacchiarelli Principi, David Mayer, Roland Pich, Palolo Valds, Sam Shendi, Ruurd Hallema, Gill Parker, Spar Street, Carlo Pecorelli, and Andrey Ostashov.
 

  • 23 November 2015 - 30 January 2016

invitation

Group Show
features works by Galyna Moskvitina, Walera Martynchik, Penny Crofts, Stanislav Plutenko, Aigana Gali, Nicolas Ruston Lilia Mazurkevich, Victoria Kovalenchikova, Ilia Petrovic, David Balilty, Oleg Prokofiev Roxana Halls, David Bowers, Sergey Sologub, Miki Reimann, Konstantin Khudyakov, Carlo Pecorelli, David Papava, Sveta Yavorsky, Sergey Eloyan, Igor Tcholaria, Robert Bissell, Zoe Benbow, Afshin Naghouni, Giuseppe Linardi, Hideyuki Sobue, Anastasia Belous, and others.

Sculptures by Edgar Degas, Auguste Rodin, Alexander Archipenko, Oleg Prokofiev, Eleanor Cardozo, Nicola Godden, Richard L.Minns, Andy Cheese, Jamie McCartney, Ian Edwards, Gianfranco Meggiato, A.& M. Cacchiarelli Principi, David Mayer, Roland Pich, Palolo Valds, Sam Shendi, Ruurd Hallema, Gill Parker, Spar Street, Carlo Pecorelli, and Andrey Ostashov.
 


History of Exhibitions: 2002200320042005200620072009201020112012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, ...
Forthcoming Exhibitions

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