With Sculptors in Mind: Sculptors’ Prints at Alan Cristea Gallery brings together works on paper by nine sculptors. The prints on display, across both gallery spaces, explore the interplay between the two-dimensional and three-dimensional, and include works that directly reference sculpture, or explore the physical process of making a print. All these artists are best known for their sculpture and their approach to printmaking is unique: it’s physical, it’s tactile, it’s about process and material, object as well as image.
With Sculptors in Mind: Sculptors’ Prints, Alan Cristea Gallery, London
Gordon Cheung Breaking Tulips Alan Cristea Gallery
A disdain and distrust for the futures-style trading which led to, arguably, the first recorded speculative bubble and subsequent crash, provides the nucleus for Gordon Cheung’s Breaking Tulips at Alan Cristea Gallery in London.
Miroslavo is a Czech painter based in Barcelona. A varied background drives him to explore new techniques, colour combinations and tools in the creation of highly expressive canvasses, each offering a bold point of view.