Lambeth Bridge, St Jame’s Park, Green Park, Hyde Park and on to Portobello Road. Into Coffee Plant cafe-gallery to drop off show press release. North to Regent’s Canal, East and then South to Timothy Taylor. Sadie Coles, Alan Cristea, Simon Lee, Pilar Corrias, and South over Lambeth Bridge to Newport Street Gallery. Then South to see Turner Prize nominee Michael Dean at South London Gallery.
Inspired by gallery travels.
Michael Dean at South London Gallery with flat standing sculptures. Loved this pebble dash one.
Antony Gormley at Alan Cristea Gallery has produced intricate block-print surfaces to create a richly textured black surface on the paper. The reflection is the only way I could get it across.
Elizabeth Neal at Pilar Corrias with gestures and sprayed spots of paint. Landscape motifs are just discernible.
Alighieroboetti artwork featured at Ibid Gallery with labour-intensive lines featured close-up.
Sarah Crowner at Simon Lee Gallery with more great canvas dislocation pieces and some tiling. A new pentagon pattern discovered by mathematicians this year is featured.
Jeff Koons’ artwork at Newport Street Gallery.
Had a peek before entering the show at South London Gallery. Congratulations to Michael Dean of Herald Street for his nomination for the Turner Prize.
Ryan Sullivan at Sadie Coles HQ with a new moulding process. The viewer literally looks from inside the painting out.