Artist Taloi Havini and Ruth McDougall, curator of Pacific art at Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art, discuss Havini's first Australian solo exhibition, Reclamation .
After structural issues forced The Armory Show into last-minute relocation pirouettes last year, the fair returns between 5 and 8 March 2020 with a flourishing programme, complemented by stand-out shows across New York City.
For her second solo exhibition at Thomas Dane Gallery in London, Ella Kruglyanskaya's compositions signal the many possibilities of paint.
Established at the turn of the century by Niklas and Daniela von Bartha, the London-based gallery, Bartha Contemporary, places a strong emphasis on non-figurative and conceptual works by mostly established American and European contemporary artists. Hailing from the second generation of the art-dealing von Bartha family, Niklas, along with his wife Daniela, maintains a retrospective look at underappreciated modernising movements of the past in the gallery programme, whilst championing the latest works of contemporary artists.Read More
Beginning in a small space on Lancaster Road in Notting Hill, the gallery’s early mainstays were Beat Zoderer, Winston Roeth, Frank Gerritz, and Jill Baroff. Outgrowing the Lancaster Road space, the gallery moved to central London’s Fitzrovia art district. In 2019 the gallery relocated again to its current space in an ornate Georgian mansion on Bury Street near St James Palace.
Bartha Contemporary represents 24 varied, established international artists. Included within its roster are Zoderer, Roeth, and Gerritz along with Clay Ketter, Hartmut Böhm, Julia Mangold , Mike Meiré , Stefana McClure, Alan Johnston, Phil Sims and James Howell. They are joined by mid-Career artists such as Allyson Strafella and Giulia Ricci. Other ‘non-stable’ artists invited to exhibit include English glass artist Anna Dickinson, American painter Kate Shepherd, prominent Argentinian sculptor Enio Iommi and Japanese multi-media artist Takashi Suzuki.
Frank Gerritz is a sculptor, but this isn’t immediately apparent from a cursory glance at his most recent work. The artist’s current exhibition at Bartha Contemporary in London, MDF (13 May – 2 July) includes pencil drawings on MDF alongside recent drawings on paper. A concurrent and related exhibition at the...
Who has been the biggest influence on your work? Josef Albers. Looking at your wall installations, what is it that lead you to create works in this style? My first light piece was an attempt to put light of a certain colour into the context of light of a second colour in order to experience how changing the intensity and hue of the latter...
Barker-Mill schafft mit künstlichem Licht Formen, die er durch den Wechsel von Farben in scheinbare Bewegung versetzt. Dabei wird unsere Wahrnehmung herausgefordert. Oder kann der Schatten einer pinkfarbenen Scheibe grün sein?
Although modern art was initially slow to respond to technology, its history went on to become inextricably linked with it, starting before the First World War with the Futurists’ first manifesto (1909) and their fascination with the machine. During the past two decades or so artists have been engaging with digital aspects of technology...
Frank Gerritz is a sculptor. A sculptor, however, who for years has developed his sculptural ideas principally in the form of drawings that nonetheless emanate a markedly space-encompassing energy.
In order to celebrate groundbreaking work by one of the finest abstract artists of our time Frank Gerritz, Bartha Contemporary will organize two separate yet complementing exhibitions of his works in the UK. Frank Gerritz exhibition in London will be composed of artist’s paper works and pieces created on industrially manufactured MDF panels....
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