26 March 2017
Maggi Hambling here, boomed a deep rasping well-spoken voice down my mobile, ‘I was told to call you back so here I am doing as I am told’. And as unlikely as it may seem that the indomitable Hambling would ever do as she was told, I find myself interviewing her mid-Howard-Hodgkin exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery.
New works by the British Pop Art Joe Tilson is presented in an exhibition of his work at Marlborough Fine Art, London. The Stones of Venice, will be his seventh at Marlborough since 1962. Originally associated with the British Pop Art movement in the early 1960s, Tilson soon became disillusioned with consumer technology, instigating a departure in his artistic direction. He employs […]
Marlborough Fine Art is to present Colour Matters, an exhibition of new sculptural works by British artist Allen Jones. Jones first showed with Marlborough Fine Art in 1971, and this marks his fourth exhibition with the gallery. One of the most significant British artists of the last century, working from the early 1960s to the […]
Marlborough Fine Art announces a solo exhibition of Frank Auerbach (b. 1931) that will include paintings and drawings spanning the artist’s entire career, from the 1950s to the present day. Some 25 works will be on display, including new works that have never been exhibited. The exhibition will include both the portraits and urban landscapes […]