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Almira's Aria, no. 19 from the series 'In the close distance,' 2019, Painted aluminum, 118 cm (h) x  100 cm (l) x 86 cm (d), © Steve Russell Studios, image courtesy of Pangolin London 2019_low resAlmira's Aria, no. 19 from the series 'In the close distance,' 2019, Painted aluminum, 118 cm (h) x  100 cm (l) x 86 cm (d), © Steve Russell Studios, image courtesy of Pangolin London 2019_low res

Jeff Lowe In the close distance Pangolin London January 2020 A solo exhibition by influential British sculptor Jeff Lowe at Pangolin London has been announced for January 2020. Open from 15 January – 22 February 2020, the exhibition will feature a series of Lowe’s largescale sculptures alongside smaller works and prints and mark a shift […]

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Getting Away! A group exhibition curated by Day Bowman, also featuring artists: Anna Barlow, Lydia Blakeley, Jake Clark, Marguerite Horner, Sophie Marritt, Kitty Stirling, Judith Tucker,  and Amanda Wallwork. Based on the idea of the great British holiday and its importance in both nourishing the spirit and reconnecting with the self.  Even the great Samuel […]

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Little Clown, My Heart Arthouse1 is delighted to present Little Clown, My Heart, an exhibition exploring the theme of love through the work of nine artists, curated by Laura Smith and Poppy Whatmore. The title of the exhibition is taken from a poem by the Mexican-American writer Sandra Cisneros which portrays the pleasures and sorrows of […]

The contributors of the forthcoming Pause exhibition are a collective of fourteen emerging artists from around the UK. They have come together to exhibit their most recent work in the vibrant Shoreditch area of London. With the dates coinciding with the Olympics, they hope to attract an international audience. The work is an eclectic mix; […]

An exhibition of Daniela Ribeiro’s suns, moons and earth along side our collection of posthumous Rodin bronzes. This exhibition has now been extended until the 17th of August. Where? alpha gallery UK 23 Cork Street Mayfair, London W1S 3NJ When? Present – 17th August 2012 Monday – Friday = 11 am – 6 pm Saturday […]

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Petleys is a unique gallery. Established in 2003 by the artist Roy Petley, the gallery is the only gallery owned by an artist on the prestigious Cork Street. Petleys deal with contemporary fine art and work with international and British artists, both established and emerging. Petleys offer a large variety of paintings and sculptures, ranging […]

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Chelsea’s Agora Gallery will feature a British artist, Clive Rowe, in Degrees of Abstraction. The exhibition is scheduled to run from March 25, 2011 through April 15, 2011 (opening reception: Thursday, March 31, 2011).

About the Artist
Clive Rowe’s spectacular abstractions are magnetic works that demand your attention. A life-long photographer, Rowe’s colorful images display an artist affectionately experimenting with exciting new media by taking original photographs and manipulating them on a computer. The results are commanding and otherworldly. Soft and subtle or hard and dynamic, Rowe’s abstract compositions are like no other artistic creation. There is a geometric sensibility underneath the Technicolor sheen and electronic polish. Many images are framed by powerful sweeping “brushstrokes” that give way to a sense of endless depth, while other forms are presented in an empirical void.

Each work presents a new experience, as if Rowe is constantly reinventing himself. The forms seem to take shape from pure energy; the variety of color and texture is truly astounding. “The energy comes from a desire to challenge the conventional and obvious,” he explains, “to overturn the banal and to enliven the ordinary.” Although his work remains entirely abstract, Rowe is communicating with us on an individual level. The message is yours to discover.

Exhibition Dates: March 25, 2011 – April 15, 2011
Reception: Thursday, March 31, 2011, 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Gallery Location: 530 West 25th St, New York City
Gallery Hours: Tues – Sat, 11a.m. – 6 p.m.
Event URL: http://www.agora-gallery.com/artistpage/Clive_Rowe.aspx

About the Exhibition:
Celebrate the spring with Agora Gallery’s new series of exhibitions. Through Contemporary German Art: The New York Experience you can get in touch with the energetic talent of some of the best of German art today. Full of personal insight, yet containing universal understanding and appreciation, these artists use their cultural heritage to create unique and innovative pieces of art. In Degrees of Abstraction you can view the works of artists who get to the heart of the complex mysteries of the world as they treat everything they meet with gentle but creative respect. Delightful but thought-provoking, these images will resonate with something deep within. Passages presents artworks which speak of the life-changing and perception-altering power of journeys both personal and physical. Reflective of the artists’ experience, they will also help viewers themselves to gain a new perspective on everyday life and humanity.

Featured Artists:
Degrees of Abstraction – Did Dontzoff, Jack Cymber, Domingo Martín, Concha García de Pablos, Andreas Hessman, Clive Rowe

Passages – Hanna Westerberg, Rita Aad, Neslihan Ozdemir, Richard Griffith, Jin Hwan Cho

Contemporary German Art – Amalia Gil-Merino, Christian Gipp, Christine Haehner Murdock, Eberhard Marx, Iva Milanova, Corina Schmidt, Renate Thalhammer, Petra Thoelken

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