8 September 2015

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Cedric Christie Opens Fourth Solo Exhibition At Flowers Gallery

For his fourth solo exhibition at Flowers Gallery, Cedric Christie presents a new series of sculptures and works on paper, expanding his ongoing negotiation of the boundaries between painting and sculpture, and the formal interactions of colour, shape and surface. Constructed from painted stainless steel angle bars and coloured plastic spheres, Christie’s sculptures appropriate the […]

17 April 2015

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Cedric Christie: Massive Mini Retrospective To Launch In Canterbury

Cedric Christie’s Massive Retrospective – Up To Now will be presented at the Sidney Cooper Gallery. It is actually a ‘mini’-retrospective of serial works by this well respected British sculptor. The exhibition brings together Christie’s two major fascinations in sculpture – the restrained and colourful language of serial minimalism, and, by contrast, the  Duchampian humour of pop-art typography. Furthermore, as a result of an exciting new […]

18 October 2014

We Could Not Agree Frieze Satellite Show – Far Beneath Cavendish Square

Geoff Leong and artist-curator duo Vanya Balogh & Cedric Christie present the exhibition ‘WE COULD NOT AGREE’ which – after climbing down into the bowels of London – is to be found in the 20,000 Sq ft multi storey Q-Park car park beneath Cavendish Square. The exhibition features over 100 artists in the circular depths […]