March 21, 2018 2:14 pm
SPRING | 20th March to 16th April 2018
Cadogan Contemporary is delighted to present a new Spring Exhibition, featuring the work of seven international and British artists.
The exhibition will cover the theme of Spring viewed through the work ofJosef Fischnaller, Tiffany Calvert, Elise Ansel, Cristiano di Martino, Rebecca Meanley, Juliette Paull and Catherine Clancy. Whether through painting, sculpture, photography or a combination of mediums, each artist endeavours to create a dialogue about art history and our visual heritage.
We are very excited to take on three new artists for this exhibition: the renowned Austrian photographer Josef Fischnaller, American painter Tiffany Calvert and British sculptor Catherine Clancy. Fischnaller composes vibrant, large-scale photographs that evoke classical still-life compositions but also contain anachronistic witty details. This will be his first London show. Tiffany Calvert’s work also brings a modern approach to classical painting – combining oil paint and digital editing to create stunning compositions echoing old masters. Catherine Clancy explores the creation of beauty from the immaterial and is strongly influenced by archaeology, alchemy, philosophy and poetry.
We have represented Elise Ansel, Cristiano di Martino, Rebecca Meanley and Juliette Paull for a number of years. This group exhibition is a perfect opportunity to showcase their new work.
Ansel is one of the gallery’s most established artists, known for interpreting Old Master paintings through the prism of contemporary practice to increasing critical success. Di Martino is a very exciting young Italian painter and sculptor whose delicate sculptures perfectly evoke the ideas of growth and decay that come with the arrival and departure of Spring. Meanley is a gestural abstract painter, whose work focuses on creating and maintaining the vital illusion of depth. Paull explores a continuously unfolding visual connection to the landscape within Baroque painting and invites the viewer to engage on a purely imaginative and immersive level.
This exhibition promises vivid bursts of colour and a fresh outlook on the reinterpretation of classical themes by a group of leading international contemporary artists.
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