14 July 2019

Charlie Smith London Is 10 – Edward Lucie-Smith

The new show at Charlie Smith London celebrates, as the handout tells you, “a full decade’s operations in Shoreditch”. Within that period, the gallery has presented 88 exhibitions and has participated in more than 30 art fairs in Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Switzerland, the USA and here in the UK.

17 June 2017

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London Gallerist Zavier Ellis Chooses Six Works At VOLTA 13

London gallerist Zavier Ellis of Charlie Smith chooses six of the best works appearing at VOLTA, Basel’s art fair for new international art.

10 March 2015

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Tom Butler Talks To Artlyst About Inhabitants, Séances, And Concealment

CHARLIE SMITH LONDON is currently exhibiting the work of artist Tom Butler, with his second one person show at the gallery. The artist’s practice revolves around the appropriation of Victorian cabinet cards, which Butler paints into with delicate gouache in extreme detail, creating strange creatures through the addition of abstract forms, and sculptural drawing with […]

25 February 2015

Tom Butler: Inhabitants – CHARLIE SMITH, LONDON – Appropriations And Ectoplasmic Abstractions

CHARLIE SMITH LONDON presents Tom Butler with his second one person exhibition at the gallery. The artist’s practice revolves around the appropriation of Victorian cabinet cards, which Butler paints into with delicate gouache in extreme detail, transforming the vintage images of Victorian sitters via the layering and surfacing of the individual’s face. The photographs – […]

15 December 2014

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Young Gods! Graduates From London Art Colleges: Selected Artists Announced

Zavier Ellis is a young artist/curator who runs the highly regarded CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, a gallery that identifies some of London’s best new talent. Ellis has again been asked to curate ‘Young Gods’ at Griffin Gallery and CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, for the third year running. His annual selection of graduates from London art schools is […]

2 February 2014

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The Great War: Four Contemporary European Artists Mark Centenary With Exhibition

Charlie Smith London is marking the centenary of the beginning of The Great War with an exhibition of four European artists. Working across mediums in installation, drawing and painting, Harold de Bree (Netherlands), Florian Heinke (Germany), Eric Manigaud (France) and Hugh Mendes (United Kingdom) have made new work in response to the brief. Each artist […]