Future Plans

by shartadvisor

Gallery Petit will be closing for the holidays during the month of August.
Thank you to all who have supported us and joined us at our recent shows:

OFELIA RODRIGUEZ retrospective at the Colombian Consulate
Making Art Group show curated by Sandra Higgins with performance artist Silvia Ziranek
JEANNE MASOERO – Magnetic Fields
DAVID FERRY – Desirable Ridge Intrusions
Paintings and sculptures by BREON O’CASEY, in collaboration with the Stoneman Gallery
New Possibilities: Abstract Paintings from the 1970s co-curated by Sandra Higgins and Megan Piper, at the Piper Gallery
BARRIE COOK – Courting Colour at the Newman Street Gallery and at Gallery Petit

Although the gallery will be closed, you can still view works by appointment. We have currently on display works by Peter Randall-Page, Patricia Poullain, Richard Walker, David Stetson, Graham Boyd, Nina Dolan and Ofelia Rodriguez. For more information, email sandra@sandrahiggins.com

Peter Randall-Page, Ironed Out I

Peter Randall-Page, Ironed Out I

Gallery Petit may be on holiday but we’re getting excited about the start of our Autumn series of exhibitions. Sandra is off to New York to choose Marc Blane’s work in preparation for his upcoming show, ‘Financial Statements’, opening November 19th. The show will bring together a controversial series of mixed media works on linen including American currency, exhibited in London for the first time! Whilst out there she will also be keeping an eye on the hot, new trends showing in the Big Apple’s galleries. Look out for updates from Sandra’s visit on Discover Art Now where she’ll be reporting on what she ‘discovers’ on her travels as well as all the big news on the Art scene!

We will be back in September with an exciting programme of exhibitions and salon receptions.

Marc Blane

We are delighted to begin our autumn programme with New York artist Marc Blane. His series ‘Financial Statements’ is a provocative and pertinent collection of mixed media works on linen, which embody the conundrum of globalised capitalism today.

Marc Blane, Growth Portfolio (Detail)

Marc Blane, Growth Portfolio (Detail)

John Sydney Carter

We are very excited to be showing a selection of works by celebrated sculptor John Sydney Carter at a private salon later in the autumn.
This show will bring together smaller and larger sculptures – some of which will be recast exclusively for the show. Carter, a fellow of the Royal Society of Sculpture, has most recently been commissioned to complete his ‘Leicester Lightbulb’ – a new 30ft landmark conceived to put the city on the map.

John Sydney Carter in the studio

John Sydney Carter in the studio

David Stetson

Photographer David Stetson will be returning to London after his career has taken him to New York and Tokyo, and will be exhibiting his new fine art photography for the first time. These large-scale works on aluminium are not to be missed!

David Stetson, Falling Water

David Stetson, Falling Water

Richard Walker

Our next pop-up exhibition will take place in the heart of Chelsea, featuring early works from the 70s by Richard Walker. Entitled ‘Rip It Up and Start Again’, the show will revisit the punk heritage of Chelsea’s King’s Road.

Richard Walker, Sex

Richard Walker, Sex

artBO and Cartagena Biennial, Colombia

Following Ofelia Rodriguez’s successful exhibition at the Colombian Consulate last month, and to develop her keen interest in Latin American – and particularly Colombian – art, Sandra Higgins will be visiting artBO – the international contemporary art fair in Bogota this October, as well as the first biennial of international contemporary art in Cartagena de Indias.

Sandra with artist Miler Lagos, whose work can be see in the Paper exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery until 29 September

Sandra with artist Miler Lagos, whose work can be see in the Paper exhibition at the Saatchi Gallery until 29 September

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