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HISTORY OF EXHIBITIONS
Year 2021

History of Exhibitions: 2002200320042005200620072009201020112012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 ...
Forthcoming Exhibitions

Dates

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  • 2 - 31 December 2021

Ali Jabbar - the exhibition 'Babylonian Biography' of the latest artist's paintings.

Ali Jabbar was born in Iraq in 1963. Determined to make his name as a professional artist, he committed eight years to the study; first in the Institute of Fine Arts, then in the Academy of Fine Arts in Baghdad.

In 1992 Jabbar moved to Denmark where he continued to practice as a painter and sculptor. 2002 was successfully marked by the artist's graduation from the Graphic Design School in Copenhagen. Thereafter he started to make his living as a designer, producing artist's catalogues, illustrations and a number of independent projects. The most highly regarded of Jabbar's graphic projects is a series of minimalist illustrations of public figures. The images of the celebrities and famous politicians were reduced to shapes and colours, but still remained recognisable.

  • 2 - 30 November 2021

Amanda Wigglesworth - the exhibition 'Things That Fall Softly' of the latest paintings.

Amanda Wigglesworth is a painter living and working in South Manchester, England. Her abstract expressive style is free-spirited and left to chance , it has no pre-determined outcome. She studied Fine Art combined with Art History at Manchester University, where she developed her distinctive mark making, using oil paints and resins to create highly textured layers and develop her expressionist techniques.

 Amanda has won two art prizes, in 2003, she won a prize at the Birmingham Royal and in 2015 she won Best Northern Artist at the The National Open Art Competition, (NOA). Amanda Wigglesworth's paintings have been collected in America, South Africa and Western Europe. She had exhibited in London, Manchester , Zurich and Miami. Amanda has had two solo exhibitions in Manchester and has corporate collections at Dell Headquarters UK and also Govnet Communications, London. She is a member of the Society of Scottish Artists.

  • 2 - 31 October 2021

Tom Bushnell - the gallery new artist. The exhibition 'In The Beginning' of the latest paintings.

Tom Bushnell is an experienced British painter. For decades, his work has featured in prestigious exhibitions and collections throughout the UK. He particularly focuses on the use of colour in his paintings, viewing it as an important part of the human experience. He taps into the power of colour to uplift and inspire people, consistently creating a Wow factor for viewers to absorb and react to.

Tom Bushnell studied painting at The Central & Ravensbourne Colleges of Art and Design and gained a BA Honours degree in Fine Art & Design. He has exhibited with some of the leading artists of our time, including Sir Peter Blake and John Hoyland. His paintings have also been accepted at the famous Royal Academy Summer Show and form part of collections in the UK and across the globe.

  • 2 - 30 September 2021

Bruce Hamilton Clark - the exhibition 'Less Is More' of the latest paintings.

Bruce Clark was born in London in 1937. He studied painting and sculpture at one of the most famous of English Art Schools, the Bath Academy of Art at Corsham. He gained his initial qualification there in 1960. He also holds a Diploma in Art Education and was later awarded a Master of Arts degree by the University of Kent. Having held several teaching and lecturing posts from 1960 onwards he decided in 1996 to paint full-time. Throughout the past five decades his work has been widely shown in the U.K., France and North America. He has been included in publications such as 'Who's Who in Art', the 'Dictionary of International Biography' and 'Artists in Britain since 1945', and has written a number of research papers.

  • 2 - 31 August 2021

Nikolay Reznichenko - the exhibition 'Once Again Red Sofa' of the latest paintings by the artist.

Nikolay Reznichenko was born in Saratov region of Russia, in 1958. From 1982 Nikolay lived in Karelia (Russia), where he taught painting and graphics. It was in Karelia, in 1986, where his first exhibition took place. Its success determined the future success of his works in many other exhibitions.

That same year he moved to St Petersburg. From 1989 Nikolay Reznichenko was a member of Free Arts Association where he permanently participates in all exhibitions. To a considerable extent his art was influenced by the Russian Orthodox tradition of icon painting; he has direct experience in working with icons and restoring them.

  • 2 - 31 July 2021

Marek Maria Dutka - the exhibition 'Communication Through RGB' of the latest paintings by the artist.

Born in a train in 1978 in former Czechoslovakia. Marek graduated in 2004 at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague, Czech Republic. During his studies he spent three semesters as an exchange student at Royal Academy of Fine Arts in The Hague, The Netherlands, 2002-2003. Before Marek moved to Prague, he begun his studies in 1998 in Bratislava, Slovakia. Dutka's work has been exhibited in both national and international venues including Summer Exhibition 2008 at The Royal Academy of Arts in London, and more recently at The Searcys Club Gallery at the top of The Gherkin, one of the most striking buildings in the world. His paintings are in numerous private collections, including private collection of The Queen Elizabeth II. In 2012 his painting was among twenty finalists for the VUB Foundation Award for Painting for Young Artists exhibited at the Ministry of Culture of the Slovak Republic. Marek Dutka lives and works in London.

  • 2 - 30 June 2021

Sergei Inkatov (the gallery new artist) - the exhibition 'Revelation Of The Unknown' of the latest paintings by the artist.

Sergei Inkatov was born in Baku in 1971. In 1987 he entered to the Art Vocational School in Baku to study painting. In 1992 he received the Certificate of Tver High Artistic School named after Venitsianov on a class of painting. He is a Member of the Russian Artist's Union in Estonia, the Laureate of the Fund ”Cultural Property" in Russia, the Laureate of the competition "Tallinn Cultural Capital of Europe 2011".

In 2009 Sergei Inkatov was awarded the Decoration Sign for a very successful personal exhibition in St Petersburg at the N-Prospect Art Gallery. The art album was published with works of the artist.

  • 2 - 31 May 2021

Mel Smothers (the gallery new artist) - the exhibition 'I Painted Over Andy Warhol' of the latest paintings by the artist.

Mel Smothers is an American contemporary artist born in the west coast of the USA in 1947. Smothers evolved as an artist in the Pop Art America during the 60's and 70”s, working alongside his contemporary Andy Warhol and Wayne Thiebaud. Thiebaud would later become Smothers’ University professor and a forefront figure of the American Pop Art.

Smothers is well established in the USA with having held numerous exhibitions, featured in museums and gallery collections, participated in art fairs and art projects. Smothers has been exhibited in New York, San Francisco, Chicago, Los Angeles as well as Brussels, Monaco, Singapore, Berlin. Solo, group, public art commissions in NYC, Miami, Chicago, and San Francisco.

  • 2 - 30 April 2021

Francisco Fernandes (Xicofran) - the exhibition 'Momentum' of the paintings about Jazz and Ballet of the gallery new artist.

Francisco Fernandes (Xicofran) was born in Luanda, Angola in 1969. He studied Design at the School of Decorative Arts (ESAD), graduating in 1996. During this period, he began his participation in various exhibitions and competitions.

All the artist’s creative energies are focused on presenting the simplest everyday things. His works provoke curiosity, clear the mind, and catch you off guard with a dark sense of humour.

Xicofran lives and works in Portugal, continuing to create a strong presence in the art world. His works are in collections in Portugal as well as worldwide.

  • 2 - 31 March 2021

Galyna Moskvitina - the exhibition 'Advent Of Light'.

Galyna (Gala) Moskvitina has a glittering career as a graphic artist, painter and illustrator. Born in Kiev, her illustration works have appeared in nearly 70 books published in the former Soviet Union, including classics, fiction and children’s literature. Her public work reached a high point with solo exhibitions in Ukraine and abroad in 1991.

Critics qualify Gala Moskvitina’s art as Laternative Realism (derived from Latin words “light” and “nature”). Laternative Realism belongs to Objective Art, defined by a famous philosopher George Gurdjieff in the last century. Objective Art works with the highest, universal tasks that have ever been tackled by humanity. It deals with consciousness, soul, spirit and heart. It is concerned with peace, eternity, immortality, happiness and love.

  • 2 - 28 February 2021

Enzo Archetti (the gallery new artist) - the exhibition 'Rain Of Infinity' of the latest artworks.

Enzo Archetti  was born in Monticelli Brusati (Brescia), Italy in 1946. He lives now in Brescia.

He began to be interested in art during the years of high school and after graduation he continued his cultural education graduating in Modern Letters. During the same period, without interrupting his studies, he attended the Carrara Academy of Bergamo for two years under the direction of Trento Longaretti. For Archetti painting is one of the most effective ways to tell himself, the others, and the world.

  • 2 - 31 January 2021

Patrick Altes - the exhibition 'A Walk On The Bridge' of the latest artworks.

Patrick Altes was born in Algeria from a Franco-Spanish family. He lived from extensive periods in South Africa, South America and he is currently based in the UK.

His work explores the notions of diaspora, transition, alienation, lack of/need for cultural roots and how these affect diaspora's sense of who they are and how they construct their personal and cultural reality.

Drawing on his own experience of diaspora and the difficult circumstances associated with it, he explores the uncomfortable and ambivalent notion of birthright, and diaspora's shifting and ambivalent attitudes about belonging, dispossession and migration.


History of Exhibitions: 2002200320042005200620072009201020112012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022 ...
Forthcoming Exhibitions

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