SIGHT SPECIFIC

Curatorial Art Practice in Ramsgate and beyond

Along those lines

House of Saint Barnabas, Soho, London
29 January – 10 April, and re-opened from 20 August to 31 October 2020

Kerry Andrews, Richard Caldicott, Fieroza Doorsen, Günther Herbst, Bérénice Mayaux, Michael Stubbs

It is too often assumed that art is either abstract or figurative. For some artists this either/or is unnecessarily rigid. Along Those Lines is an exhibition that looks at the hybrid use of geometry in art. Curator Clare Bradley has chosen six artists who play with the infinite possibilities of geometrical forms as elements inside a wider representational context. Each of them in their different way is looking at the unbound resonance of geometric abstraction and what it does to us, intuitively and cognitively. For this, there are no boundaries and no limit to where it starts and stops.

20 August 2020 · Leave a comment

MYTHOLOGICAL PROPORTION

Mythological Proportion is a take on the allegory of magnitude, the fabrication of meaning, and the imaginary narrative created out of the void. The exhibition includes works by Jack Brindley, Peter … Continue reading

25 November 2013 · 1 Comment

PETER LAMB at BALTIC|39, Newcastle Upon-Tyne

PETER LAMB’s work will be included in RIFF/T, a group exhibition about painting, abstraction and representation. The show is organised by BALTIC|39, a cultural hub for contemporary art located in … Continue reading

19 November 2013 · Leave a comment

Beauté RATIONNELLE in Paris

The work of NORMAN DILWORTH is included in the new group exhibition, entitled Beauté Rationnelle, organised by the Espace Topographie de l’Art, Paris. The show will present a selection of … Continue reading

19 November 2013 · 1 Comment

Peter Lamb in Iceland: LONDON Utd.

As British politics started once again to chase its own tail against the background of further vicious cuts to the arts the artist Dominic Allan, aka Dominic from Luton, took … Continue reading

22 June 2013 · 1 Comment

PETER LAMB in Luscious Liquid of Equilibrium

Gaia Theory (Lovelock) maintains that Mother Earth is a self-regulating system, an organism on a massive scale within which microorganisms interact to help generate the optimum conditions for their own … Continue reading

22 June 2013 · Leave a comment

JEFFREY STEELE in the new exhibition DYNAMO, at the GRAND PALAIS in Paris

The concepts of SPACE, vision, MOVEMENT and LIGHT are evident in the abstract art of the twentieth century and have been used by many internationally recognised contemporary artists such as … Continue reading

27 May 2013 · Leave a comment

Porta Nigra: Michael Stubbs at the Hidde Van Seggelen Gallery

Michael STUBBS is CURRENTLY taking part of the group EXHIBITION Porta Nigra with an extraordinary and unexpected WHITE piece. The exhibition is held at the Hidde can Seggelen Gallery in … Continue reading

15 December 2012 · Leave a comment

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