THE PAGEANT OF VENICE, Gladwell and Patterson, 5 Beauchamp Place, Knightsbridge, SW3, until 11th February 2016
I am delighted to report that the gallery is holding an exhibition celebrating Venice and thus renewing their long-standing partnership with Venice in Peril and Kirker Holidays.
The works, depicting many aspects of this fascinating city, are by 19th and 20th century artists combined with contemporary works. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Venice in Peril Fund and Kirker Holidays have donated a 5 star weekend for two in Venice to the lucky purchaser of one of the show’s works.
Exhibition of Scottish Artists, Stafford Gallery In association with Wimbledon Fine Art, London SW19, until 7th February 2016
This show provides an interesting mixture of contemporary Scottish artists, including Morag Muir, Lachlan Goudie, Saul Robertson and Euan McGregor.
You Are Here, Store Street Gallery, 32 Store Street, London WC1, until 13th February 2016
This exhibition sits well with my December book review of Map: Exploring the World since through paintings, prints and sculptures it looks at maps and what they can depict in a quirky way. Numbered among the artists whose work is on display are Yanko Tihov, Ewan David Eason, Gemma Harwood, Emma Levine, Rachel Johnston and Hedy Parry Davies.
Vista, presented by Coates and Scarry, Gallery 8, 8 Duke Street, St James’s, London SW1, until 3rd February 2016
In this group exhibition five artists Tamsin Relly, Nick Bright, Marcus Jeffries, Bronwen Sleigh, and Simone Fontana Reis variously, through photography, paint, sculpture, drawing and print offer us a different approach to perspective and landscape.