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Located in the heart of Fitzrovia, London, Gallery DIFFERENT presents contemporary painting, sculpture, drawing, print, photography and mixed media from BRITISH and INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS. As well as presenting a dynamic schedule of exhibitions and events, DIFFERENT collaborates with other galleries worldwide to promote and curate exhibitions for its artists.
Nine artists are showcased in this exhibition which demonstrates the variety and range for which the Gallery is known.
Painters include Tara Winona whose Blue Nature Series of watercolours on canvas are attracting widescale attention and are selling well, Jenny Van Gimst with her meticulous oils on panel depicting still life with a difference - nests, shells, skulls and apples, Paul Lisak with delicate but vibrant spring flowers, and Cinzia Pellin with a stunning series of large format portraits. Sculpture is provided by RBS members Johannes Von Stumm and Hylton Stockwell as well as mesh sculpture by David Begbie from a private collection. Mixed media artworks include Andy Hasler's quirky sculptures and a wide range of work by celebrated vinyl artist Keith Haynes.
A selection of these works were recently on view at the International Art Fair Tunbridge Wells.
ICONIC is an exhibition featuring a selection of music and fashion inspired artworks in the first and second floor lobby areas at The Broadgate Tower, 20 Primrose Street London EC2A 2EW featuring the vinyl artwork of Keith Haynes, the digital pop art prints of Gil Carvalho and one of his series of Pop Icon sculptures by Guy Portelli.
Viewing is strictly by appointment through the gallery - contact us to request a viewing
An exciting boundary crossing exhibition featuring artworks that celebrate music and fashion as well as live music and fashion events.
Mirroring ICONIC currently showing at The Broadgate Tower, the Gallery's summer exhibition again features Gil Carvalho, Keith Haynes and Guy Portelli, alongside many other gallery and guest artists. As London plays host to a number of high profile music related exhibitions this summer - Exhibitionism at Saatchi Gallery and Punk 1976 - 78 at the British Library, we are delighted to reflect the close association between the visual and performing arts with a series of live events, including an exhibition of millinery and live performances by cellist Emily Burridge, lead singer of the Hollies, Peter Howarth and the soulful voice of Melissa James.
Tickets for all events will be available from the Gallery.