Hobson’s Choice – Madge Gill & Paul Johnson at the Nunnery Gallery
Paul Johnson is currently showing a very nice body of works at the Nunnery Gallery, Bow Arts Trust in response to materials held in the London Borough of Newham’s Heritage and Archive Service by artist Madge Gill (1882 – 1961).
Hobson’s Choice – Josiah McElheny, Interactions of the Abstract Body, at White Cube
Visiting galleries with some friends last weekend, we enjoyed an interesting show at White Cube Mason’s Yard in St James by American artist, Josiah McElheny.
Hobson’s Choice – Bernd Ribbeck at Alison Jacques Gallery
Alison Jacques gallery in Fitzrovia is currently showing a very nice group of new works by German artist, Bernd Ribbeck.
Hobson’s Choice: Alexandra Bircken at Herald St, London
Alexandra Bircken is an artist who has attracted interest for her sculptures and installations that combine knitted elements with organic and lowly materials.
Hobson’s Choice: Chris Hipkiss, L.I.E.S., at Ancient & Modern
Chris Hipkiss produced extraordinary figurative drawings ranging in size from miniatures to expansive panoramas.
Hobson’s Choice: Kiki Smith, Behold, at Timothy Taylor Gallery
Kiki Smith is best known for her symbolic depictions of the human form through which she explores ideas from natural science through to cosmology and mythology.
Hobson’s Choice: Young London at V22, London
This show is simply a ‘must see’ for anyone interested in the next generation of artists working here in London!
Hobson’s Choice: Michael Dean, thoughts, at Cubitt Gallery
For those of you suffering from visual fatigue after Frieze and FIAC, may I recommend you visit Michael Dean’s minimal exhibition at Cubitt in Islington as a way of cleansing your weary eyes.
Hobson’s Choice: David Brian Smith, Goodwill and The Unknown Man, at Carl Freedman Gallery
Smith is a young British painter who currently has a solo show at Freedman’s new gallery space in Hoxton.
Hobson’s Choice: Clare Woods, The Bad Neighbour, at Modern Art
Woods is a painter whom I much admire and I know many of you do too.
Hobson’s Choice: Thomas Houseago at Hauser & Wirth London
It has been hard to miss the somewhat meteoric rise of Thomas Houseago in recent years.