Welcome 2018! This week London is going to be so vibrant: full of art exhibition openings and ready to get this new year started.
TODAY (the 23rd of January):
The Franco-British artist and filmmaker Charlotte Colbert opens her large-scale, multi- screen-sculpture exhibition at UNIT9 in Shoreditch, London.
Entitled ‘Benefits Supervisor Sleeping’, the installation is a filmed, multi-screen portrait of Sue Tilley, the legendary model for Lucian Freud’s famous paintings of the Benefits Supervisor, soon to be exhibited in Tate Britain’s ‘All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life’ (28 Feb – 27 Aug, 2018).
‘Benefits Supervisor Sleeping’
Charlotte Colbert, 2017
corten steel, LCD screens, moving image
132 x 265 x 80 cm.
The Huntingdon Estate
Ebor St / Bethnal Green Rd
London E1 6JU
TornabuoniArt presents Piero Dorazio – Chromatic Fantasies (1948-82).
This is the first London solo show of the Italian abstract painter Piero Dorazio (1927 – 2005) in a generation. The exhibition will span 35 years of the artist’s career, from his early, cubist-inspired paintings to his large-scale abstract explosions of colour. It will also retrace his influences, from Giacomo Balla to the Abstract Expressionists whom he met during his numerous stays in the USA.
Tre Acque [Three Waters]
oil on canvas
46 Albemarle Street
London, UK W1S 4JN
Cardi gallery opens Claudio Verna solo show, Italian Artist from the 60’s.
At the peak of his artistic expression his style reach articulates from absolute rigour, to an intense emotional involvement, both reflected on canvas through the use of colour with high saturation and brightness.
Cardi Gallery | London
22 Grafton Street
London, UK W1S4EX
Those are only 3 of the many openings happening this week in London, but to have a complete overview of all the beautiful upcoming art exhibitions, let’s have a look at this brilliant website: