New Editions and Acquisitions
The new sculptures by Rachel Whiteread represent our first collaboration with the artist as do the woodcuts by Christiane Baumgartner, the lithographs by Idris Khan, the set of eight etchings by Paul Winstanley and the six digital prints by Cornelia Parker. The new large etching by Ian Davenport serves as a foretaste of his solo exhibition that we will hold in March/April 2009, as do the etchings by Joe Tilson whose exhibition we will stage in April/May.
Unique works appear in the show in the form of watercolours by Allen Jones, gouaches by Ian McKeever, paintings by Lisa Milroy and Gordon Cheung and both acrylics on paper and oils on canvas by Gillian Ayres. As well as traditional media, new technologies are employed by Langlands & Bell in their neon editions, by Julian Opie in his lenticular acrylic and in his flocked works and by Michael Craig-Martin in his computer animations, the latest being his interpretation of Velasquez's Las Meninas.
Gillian Ayres, Christiane Baumgartner, Gordon Cheung, Michael Craig-Martin, Ian Davenport, Jim Dine, Allen Jones, Idris Khan, Langlands & Bell, Lisa Milroy, Julian Opie, Mimmo Paladino, Cornelia Parker, Boo Ritson, Paul Schütze, Joe Tilson, Rachel Whiteread, Paul Winstanley.
From November until January both our galleries at nos. 31 and 34 Cork Street will be devoted to the presentation of works by artists whom we represent either for their entire output or exclusively for their print editions. The common feature is that all of this work has been made during the course of the past twelve months. The range of media employed is vast.