Zurab Tsereteli: Larger than Life Exhibition

On 23 January, an exhibition curated by Herve Mikaelhoff, will go on display at the Saatchi Gallery showcasing the works of Zurab Tsereteli. Paintings, sculptures and enamels spanning his early years to the present alongside archival footage that document his life and walk will fill the gallery space for your consumption. His hugely varied creative output will be demonstrated as you will be able to see works influenced from past meetings and relationships with influential masters such as Rauschenburg, Chagall and Picasso.

Tsereteli is globally recognised for breaking artistic convention, particularly during the Soviet period, alongside maintaining his own practice. Monumentality is central to his works and driven by his believe in the importance of total freedom in the arts.

On display from 23 January -17 February.

More info can be found here.

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Darren Baker Exhibition

One of the UK’s most collectable artists is coming to 508 Gallery from 22-31 March.

The acclaimed, Darren Baker, has painted Prime Ministers, Royals and the sporting elite; from the Queen, Prince Charles to Tony Blair and Wayne Rooney to Lewis Hamilton. His works grace many private and public collections including St James’ Palace, 10 Downing Street and the Bahrain Royal Household.

This exhibition will showcase his inspiring painting style and the work he has produced since his call to fame; expect figurative work, portraiture, still life, cityscapes and animal portraiture. His oil paintings and charcoals have lead to his acknowledgment as one of the leading classical realm genre painters and his style displays an influence of Dutch masters and contemporary realist school. This exhibition is only available for a week and is one not to miss.

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Foundry Gallery Chelsea

Laura Jane Scott

Inspired by Minimalist Architecture and Cubism, Laura Jane Scott’s work explores the relationship between positive and negative space through shapes. On this winter at Chelsea’s Foundry Gallery, she uses geometry, basic colours and repetition to create a sense of direction and order for the viewer.

‘Take One Shape’ is a colourful exploration of Conceptual art which will brighten up your dark winter’s day.

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Parallax Art Fair

A ‘must see’ event covering an impressive range of genres, this is one of London’s most popular art fairs, with 16,000 visitors each year. Taking place on the iconic King’s Road, enjoy work from 200 independent exhibitors, carefully selected to help present the art world as inclusive and enjoyable for all.

To book tickets please visit: http://parallaxaf.co/tickets.html 

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