As part of the activity that marks 40 years of Cadogan Contemporary, our London-based gallery will open a second exhibition space in April 2021. Located in rural Hampshire, East of Winchester, Cadogan’s new 200 square metre exhibition space in converted farm buildings allows the gallery to offer its artists larger-scale exhibitions and site-specific installations that complement the programme of its primary gallery in South Kensington, London.
The inaugural exhibition at Cadogan Contemporary, Hampshire is a solo presentation of new paintings by abstract artist Sam Lock who has created a new site-specific body of work with the scale of the new space in mind. Entitled Tempo, the exhibition comprises a single 40 metre-long installation made up of 33 individual sequentially created paintings.
Sam Lock was brought into the gallery’s programme by Freddie Burness, who in 2018 joined his father Christopher Burness as a Director of the gallery, which has been in business for 40 years. At 30 years old, Freddie is representative of a generation of young gallerists around the world who are rethinking traditional locations, business models and dealer/artists relations, to usher in a new dawn for the commercial art world.
This inaugural exhibition will be viewable by appointment only after the 12th of April. Appointments can be made through firstname.lastname@example.org.