2 October 2016

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Yinka Shonibare Fabric Free Exhibition Seduces Audience Expectations

Yinka Shonibare MBE is currently presenting his sixth solo exhibition at Stephen Friedman Gallery. Entitled ‘And the wall fell away’. The show marks a pivotal moment in the artist’s practice with the complete absence of the Dutch wax batik textiles for which he is known. Shonibare removes the fabric altogether and uses the batik designs in new […]

10 August 2016

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Yinka Shonibare MBE: ….And the Wall Fell Away

Exhibition of new work by Yinka Shonibare MBE across both spaces. The show marks a significant transition and a pivotal moment in the artist’s practice. There is a complete absence of the Dutch wax batik textiles for which he is known. He instead takes the fabric’s designs and manipulates them in new ways. The exhibition is divided […]

20 March 2016

David Shrigley: Satirical Often Infantile Drawings And Text – New Exhibition Unveiled

The 2013 Turner Prize nominated, British artist David Shrigley launched his eighth solo show at London’s Stephen Friedman Gallery on Thursday 17th March. Shrigley uses a combination of acrylic paint and oil stick to create his satirical and sometimes subtly political drawings and texts. His new large-scale works on paper are mostly successful and the exhibition […]

31 January 2013

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Yinka Shonibare: POP – New London Exhibition At Stephen Friedman Gallery

Stephen Friedman Gallery has announced a new solo exhibition of new works by Yinka Shonibare, MBE.This exhibition of all recent works focuses on the corruption, excess and debauchery that have in part led to the current economic crisis. With characteristic wit and critique, Yinka Shonibare explores the contemporary worship of luxury goods and the behaviour […]

13 September 2012

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Ged Quinn Solo Exhibition At 2012 Frieze Art Fair

The Stephen Friedman Gallery has announced its Frieze 2012 presentation. It will be a solo exhibition of new still life and flower paintings by British artist Ged Quinn.Quinn’s work takes as its central focus the exploration of art history both in the appropriation of paintings of the past and through the subversion of traditional genres. […]