Search Results for "Anthony Caro"

23 December 2012

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Angela Flowers London Gallerist At 80 A Career Celebration

Angela Flowers, who celebrated her 80th birthday this month with ‘Angela Flowers at 80’, a survey of the work of selected of artists associated...

4 December 2012

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International Museum Openings And Exhibitions Of Note In 2013

The most important museum opening in 2013 is the Grand Opening of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam on 13 April after a 10 year closure. ...

16 November 2012

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New Gillian Ayres Exhibition Opens At Alan Cristea Gallery

One of Britain’s most respected and best-loved painters, Gillian Ayres is celebrated as one of the pioneering English abstract artists and, as well as...

14 November 2012

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Futureproof

Jacobson Space presents Futureproof, a selection of international, post-war works that all share a quality that we believe will carry their interest and value...

13 November 2012

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William Turnbull Exhibition Announced For Chatsworth House

William Turnbull, a major figure of post-war British art is presented in a new exhibition exploring his work. The show at Chatsworth House runs...

23 October 2012

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Jester Jacques Gallery Signals Growth For Shoreditch Art Scene

One closes, one opens! With the loss of White Cube, Jay Jopling’s seminal space, closing in Hoxton Square in December, one might think that...

10 October 2012

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Central Saint Martins Auction To Support New Sculpture Fund

A live auction to benefit the Frank Martin Sculpture Fellowship Fund is to be held at Central Saint Martins. The sale will give the...

28 September 2012

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Eric Bainbridge: Steel Sculptures

Eric Bainbridge presents a series of new works made from reclaimed steel and other more incongruous materials, drawing himself closer to the modernist abstraction...

20 September 2012

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Young Masters Exhibition And Art Prize 2012 Shortlist Announced

The much anticipated shortlist for Young Masters Art Prize 2012 has been announced by the organisers. Painting: Charles Moxon, Mia Brownell, Georgia Dodson, Jeff...

18 September 2012

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David Roberts Art Foundation Set To Open In Camden

The David Roberts Art Foundation an independent, non-profit foundation and a registered charity founded in 2007 is about to open a new gallery in...

22 August 2012

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Nicholas Rena

Nicholas Rena is a famed contemporary artist creating vessels of presence and potency. With work in the V&A and Louvre, Rena is established artist...

22 May 2012

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Unfurled

The Foundry Gallery at David Le Lay Architects is pleased to announce new work by Olivia Bax. Unfurled, is an exhibition concerning the physical transformation of an...

5 April 2012

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Essential London Art Exhibitions To See This Easter

The Easter Holidays are finally here, and how better to spend them than getting out and about the capital to see some world class...

14 March 2012

Leading UK Artists Exhibition Supports Crisis Charity

We applaud the efforts of top UK artists, coming together for the CRISIS Commission in the fight against homelessness In an effort to make...

14 March 2012

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Tracey Emin Steps Out For Crisis Commission

The exhibition runs at Somerset House, London from 14 March – 22 April 2012. The auction is planned at Christie’s on 3 May 2012....

12 March 2012

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World’s Most Celebrated Artists To Tackle Homelessness

Tracey Emin, Antony Gormley, Anthony Caro and others come together for major new exhibition to raise funds in the fight against homelessness The Crisis...

21 February 2012

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The Crisis Commission

    Antony Gormley, Tracey Emin, Sir Anthony Caro, Yinka Shonibare, Gillian Wearing, Jonathan Yeo, Bob & Roberta Smith, Nathan Coley and Nika Neelova...

25 January 2012

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London Art Fair Reports Bustling Trade

London Art Fair reports record attendance figures, and ‘pre-recessionary’ buying atmosphere The London Art Fair has finally released its roundup of the weekend’s events....

22 January 2012

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Robert Fraser vs John Kasmin In The Swinging Sixties

Was Robert Fraser or John Kasmin the greatest British Art dealer of the second half of the 20th Century? Robert Fraser was not only...

28 October 2011

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Neil Ayling: Flection

EB&Flow is pleased to announce Neil Ayling’s first London solo exhibition, Flection. Ayling’s interest in fragmentation informs both his sculpture and photography as he...

22 September 2011

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Brian Wall: New Works

Living among prominent artists at the height of their influence – in St Ives in the 1950s and London in the 1960s – Brian...

17 August 2011

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Two and a Half Dimension: An Exhibition Curated by Marcus Harvey

‘Two and a half dimensions’ is a phrase Harvey employs to describe the ‘gateway’ from wall based painting to sculpture and the exhibition brings...

12 June 2011

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Serpentine Auction to Raise Millions At Sotheby’s

  Works Generously Donated by Artists Including: Gilbert & George, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, Takashi Murakami Chris Ofili, Richard Prince, Paula Rego and Cindy...

1 June 2011

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Royal Academy Summer Exhibition Opens

Summer Exhibition 2011:  7 June – 15 August 2011 The Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2011 opened today to the press and tonight will see...

12 May 2011

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Leading Artists Donate Work to Benefit Serpentine Gallery

Sotheby’s has announced that an auction will take place in June to benefit the new building plans at the Serpentine Gallery. It will take...

18 March 2011

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Hirst, Gormley, Riley and Hockney Donate Millions to Kettle’s Yard appeal

Kettle’s Yard the ever evolving contemporary art gallery in Cambridge is holding a multi-million pound selling exhibition. Seminal works donated by leading British Artists,...

22 February 2011

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STRUCTURAL SHIFT: EXHIBITION OF SCULPTURE BY OLIVIA BAX

The economic term ‘structural shift’ has moved into common parlance as we confront daily the changes being made to transform our economy. The sculptural...

21 January 2011

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MODERN BRITISH SCULPTURE OPENS

Royal Academy Of The Arts  London 22 January – 7 April 2011 Unknown work by Damien Hirst, a barnyard outbuilding and a smattering of...

11 January 2011

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MODERN BRITISH SCULPTURE

The exhibition will take a fresh approach, replacing the traditional survey with a provocative set of juxtapositions that will challenge the viewer to make...

1 November 2010

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RCA SECRET 2010

COLLECT A PIECE OF ART HISTORY FOR JUST £45 It’s November again and this means it’s time for the RCA Secret annual contemporary art...

1 November 2010

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Secret 2010

RCA Secret is an annual exhibition and sale of postcard sized works of art donated by well known and established artists and designers along...

10 October 2010

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Rasheed Araeen ‘Before and After Minimalism, 1959 – 1974’

Rasheed Araeen’s solo exhibition ‘Before and Beyond Minimalism: Drawings, Painting, Sculpture and Concepts, 1959 – 1974’ focuses on the first 15 years of Araeen’s...