18 November 2015

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Photo Feature: Dorothy Cross, Eye Of The Shark At Frith Street Gallery

Frith Street Gallery is currently presenting an exhibition of new works by Dorothy Cross. Working in sculpture, film and photography, the artist studies relationships between body and time and the human and the natural world; using richly symbolic materials to create strange and often unexpected encounters. Image: Dorothy Cross, Eye of Shark, 2014 Cast iron […]

23 October 2015

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Dorothy Cross: New Exhibition To Open At Frith Street Gallery

Frith Street Gallery announces an exhibition of new works by Dorothy Cross. Working in sculpture, film and photography, Cross looks at relationships between body and time and the human and the natural world. She uses richly symbolic materials to create strange and often unexpected encounters. For a decade the shark has been a recurring theme […]

19 September 2015

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James Castle And John Riddy Open At Frith Street Gallery

This exhibition brings together two bodies of work that share a pre-occupation with the framing and conception of place. James Castle and John Riddy employ very different materials and processes developed in different times and places, yet they share a subtle understanding of descriptive illusion. Whether using the simplest of media or advanced digital technology […]

18 August 2015

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Fiona Banner: New Exhibition To Open At Frith Street Gallery

Fiona Banner’s font is an amalgamation of typefaces she has worked with previously, through full stop sculptures and typeset and published works: It’s a family tree arrangement where the child of Avant Garde and Courier mates with Peanuts and Didot’s child. Bookman and Onyx mate; their child mates with Capitalist and Klang’s offspring – the […]

6 July 2015

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Late Chinese Artist Chen Zhen Opens At Frith Street Gallery

Chen Zhen was born in Shanghai in 1955 and died in Paris in 2000. The artist is regarded as one of the leading exponents of the Chinese avant-garde and an emblematic figure in the field of international contemporary art. This exhibition provides a rare opportunity for London audiences to see at first hand the work […]

16 April 2015

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Fiona Tan To Open Dual Installations With Frith Street Gallery London

Frith Street Gallery presents an exhibition of two major installations by Fiona Tan. The exhibition will take place at the gallery’s spaces on Golden Square (Inventory) and Soho Square (Ghost Dwellings). The work ‘Inventory’ is on view in London for the first time, this multi-projection installation invites viewers to consider museum collections as well as […]

15 March 2015

Callum Innes: Frith Street Gallery – Taught Restraint And Sensuous Abandon

The Callum Innes exhibition at Frith Street Gallery repays a little time and attention. On entering the gallery’s darkened premises on Golden Square a small collection of paintings, all at first glance alike, greets you. Walk straight out again and you’d miss the event, for these paintings are exactly that. These are pictures with presence. […]

5 March 2015

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Callum Innes To Exhibit New Works At Frith Street Gallery

Frith Street Gallery has announced an exhibition of new paintings by the Scottish painter Callum Innes. One of the most important painters of his generation, Innes is known for a practice that combines intellectual rigour with incredible sensitivity to his chosen medium. Innes is a Scottish abstract painter, a former Turner Prize nominee and winner […]