Piano Nobile at Kings Place,

John Golding: Finding the Absolute, Piano Nobile at Kings Place, 90 York Way, London N1, until 4th April 2015

John Golding,  Finding the Absolute,  Piano Nobile Kings Place.  Copyright Colin Mills, courtesy Piano Nobile

John Golding,
Finding the Absolute,
Piano Nobile Kings Place.
Copyright Colin Mills, courtesy Piano Nobile

This is Piano Nobile’s first exhibition in the exciting space of Kings Place which is just a stone’s throw from Kings Cross Station. Some readers will of course know Kings Place as a venue for music and the gallery’s exhibitions will reflect the music programme of the Kings Place Music Foundation.

John Golding,  Finding the Absolute,  Piano Nobile Kings Place.  Copyright Colin Mills, courtesy Piano Nobile

John Golding,
Finding the Absolute,
Piano Nobile Kings Place.
Copyright Colin Mills, courtesy Piano Nobile

Their present concert series Minimalism Unwrapped shares themes and motifs in these 1960s abstract works by Golding. Most of the paintings have not been seen for four decades and they represent some of his earliest exploration of abstraction.

John Golding,  Finding the Absolute,  Piano Nobile Kings Place.  Copyright Colin Mills, courtesy Piano Nobile

John Golding,
Finding the Absolute,
Piano Nobile Kings Place.
Copyright Colin Mills, courtesy Piano Nobile

Visitor information:

Opening Hours: Monday – Sunday, 9am – 8pm.
If visitors would like a personal viewing of the exhibition please contact the gallery.
The Gallery Level is often used for private event bookings during the week, which might limit access. Please check the Kings Place website for details – http://www.kingsplace.co.uk.

John Golding,  Finding the Absolute,  Piano Nobile Kings Place.  Copyright Colin Mills, courtesy Piano Nobile

John Golding,
Finding the Absolute,
Piano Nobile Kings Place.
Copyright Colin Mills, courtesy Piano Nobile

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Footnote:

At their Portland Road gallery (London W11) Piano Nobile are showing Greg Tricker – Bride of the Isles, Iona ~ The Eternal Spring (until 7th March 2015). It explores the life and legend of the Gaelic Saint, St Bride who brought Christianity to the island of Iona. The art historian Sister Wendy Beckett says of the show that ‘It was a very great joy to see this extraordinary new work of Greg Tricker’s. He paints with such tenderness and with such a sense of longing. The poignancy draws us beyond what we see into what we long for and hope for. He validates the invisible Lord.

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