13 October 2015

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Cornelia Parker: First Solo Exhibition Opens At Alan Cristea Gallery

Cornelia Parker, best known for her large-scale installations, she is fascinated by the physical properties of objects and materials, and their histories. For her first solo exhibition at Alan Cristea Gallery, Parker presents a new body of work that breathes new life into found objects. She is exploring ideas of the positive versus negative, collapsing […]

17 June 2015

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Artlyst Photo Special: Julian Opie’s Lenticular Editions At Alan Cristea Gallery

Alan Cristea Gallery presents new editions by Julian Opie alongside the most innovative and exciting prints and animations Opie has made in the past three years. Opie’s recent editions, produced in a variety of media, have been inspired by different views of the town and countryside. In London, Opie presents us with figures walking in […]

5 February 2015

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Richard Long: The Spike Island Tapes At Alan Cristea Gallery

The ‘Spike Island Tapes’ is Richard Long’s first solo exhibition at the Alan Cristea Gallery, where the artist is presenting a new series of monumental carborundum relief prints. Not only does this new body of work mark the first time Long has used this medium, but they are the largest prints the artist has ever […]

16 July 2013

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Linear Abstraction Explored In New London Print Show

Linear Abstraction is a new exhibition examining differing approaches to geometric abstraction in editioned form. By virtue of its constituent processes, printmaking offers the possibility to create, manipulate and define a mark or colour in far greater depth and precision than almost any other medium. The exhibition includes graphic work by leading artists; Eduardo Chillida, […]

25 March 2013

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Conflicted Memory: Living Within Conflict Zones New Exhibition

Conflicted Memory brings together Rita Donagh, Miriam de Búrca, Ruth Goddard, Adela Jušić, Christiane Baumgartner, Nadia Kaabi-Linke and Ninar Esber, an international group of eight female artists, whose experiences of living within conflict zones, or places of political unrest, address the issues that surround the concept of recollection. Against a backdrop of nationalism, apartheid, civil war, […]

22 March 2013

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Richard Woods Site-specific Installation In New London Solo Exhibition

A solo exhibition of works by Richard Woods will feature a site-specific installation in which Woods will clad the gallery space from floor to ceiling. This large-scale installation will show alongside two new series of editions, his renowned Woodblock Inlays series as well as a group of new sculptures, all combining to create a homogenous […]

16 November 2012

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New Gillian Ayres Exhibition Opens At Alan Cristea Gallery

One of Britain’s most respected and best-loved painters, Gillian Ayres is celebrated as one of the pioneering English abstract artists and, as well as the vibrant, heavily worked canvases for which she is best known, she is also a dedicated printmaker. The forthcoming exhibition will include over 20 new oil paintings, on which she has […]

20 October 2012

Edmund de Waal Conceptions Of Space In A Non Digital World

Review – Edmund de Waal certainly has a lot going for him. A glance at his biography shows that he always has. He received a place to study English at Cambridge, but deferred entry to be apprentice to Geoffrey Whiting, who in turn was disciple to Bernard Leach. During this time he made hundreds and […]

19 June 2012

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Howard Hodgkin Robert Frost A Dark Beyond Colour – Review

I have only just thought that the title of this exhibition may well be a pun, as well as a reference to the Robert Frost poem of the same name. Howard Hodgkin is 80 years old, and is returning, after a long career, to the title of the first print he ever made, based on […]