exhibitions

Art Exhibition of Alex Heatons recent work concerned with the mythology of european forest folklore and mountaineering romanticism. Work shown will be a selection of prints and paintings.

Please save the date for the opening of Alex Heatons solo Exhibition-

Abyssal Wolpertinger

Private view- 20th July 2010.
6pm untill 9pm
Gallery opening hours-Daily 12 to 11pm

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Medcalf Gallery,
38/40 Exmouth Market,
Clerkenwell,
London,
EC1R 4QE.

Music will be provided by Prima Volta and Refreshments will be served


 

Sarah Harvey, Jon Braley & Alexander Heaton

4 July - 3 August 2013

Opening Reception: Wednesday 3 July, 6:30 - 8:30 

James Freeman Gallery

354 Upper Street
Islington
London
N1 0PD
T: +44(0)20 7226 3300
F: +44 (0)20 7226 7231

Private View 24th January 5.30-8.00pm

Exhibition Dates - 25th Jan -15th May

Open monday to friday 9am to 5pm

10 Gresham Street, London.

RSVP- info@vjb-arts.com

Nearest Tube - St Pauls

RADAR 100: SPACE RAGE

22/9/12 - 28/10/12

VIP MIDNIGHT PREVIEW (INVITE ONLY):
21/9/12 11PM - 2AM

TIME OUT FIRST THURSDAY EVENING PV:
11/10/12 7PM - 9:30PM

HOURS:
Wed. - Sat. 11am-6pm
Sun. 12pm-5pm
(during exhibition dates)

LOCATION:
229 Victoria Park Road
London UK
E9 7HD

Art Projects Stand P-11 18-22 January 2012

LONDON ART FAIR

Modern British & Contemporary Art
ART PROJECTS STAND P11 The Residence Gallery
Exhibiting:
DARYL BROWN
BRAD PHILLIPS
ALEXANDER HEATON
BUSINESS DESIGN CENTRE
Islington, London N1
18 - 22 Jan. 2012
PV 17 Jan. Invite Only

The Residence Gallery is proud to be representing Alexander Heaton At the Pulse Art Fair. He has designed a solo show entitled-The Secret of the Runes. This will be a solo show in a specailly created environment within the art fair. A selection of new paintings and prints will be on display.

The Pulse Art Fair takes place in Miami from the 1st to the 4th of December. Heaton’s work will be one of only a very few artists that have been chosen to have solo shows during the fair. The new paintings will be shown in a specially created environment of gilded pagan runes within the art fair. For more information on the fair and Heaton’s current work please visit the Residence gallery website.

Opening Private View - Friday 11th March 6pm untill 9pm / First thursdays evening open - thursday 7th April 6pm untill 9pm.

HOURS: Wed. - Sat. 11am-6pmSun. 12pm-5pm
(during exhibition dates)

NEW LOCATION:229 Victoria Park Road
London UKE9 7HD

The show concludes on the 10th April.

Time 03 December · 18:00 - 22:00
Location Absorb Arts, Unit 4,
Millers Avene,
Dalston, United Kingdom

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Sunday Closing Drinks Gluhwein, And Mince pies guzzleing contest

Opening night - Friday 3nd December - 6.00pm - 9.30pm
Sat 4rd & Sun 5th - noon - 5.00pm

At Franklin Furnace's Holiday Party, Clarke Gallery is honored to present the very special one-night installation of WUNDERKAMMER IN NEW YORK, the travelling exhibition of 12 small works by artists from Germany, the UK, Canada and the US; which will be coming from Berlin in Elly Clarke's hand-baggage.

Incorporating sculpture, photography, painting, drawing and the live presentation of A Slide Show by... Karen Page, this is the third stop WUNDERKAMMER has made. Previously it has been exhibited at Clarke Gallery in Berlin and at Eastern Edge Gallery in St. John's, Newfoundland, Canada.

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Clarke Gallery
mail@clarkegallery.de
 

RARE GIFTS
SPECIAL EDITION WINTER SHOPPING EXPERIENCE
Curated by Ingrid Z
6/11 - 19/12/2010
PV 6/11/2010 12:00-18:00

FEATURING:
ALEXANDER HEATON
DEER. WOLF. WOLF.
RIBBON TANK
ANNI PLATOSKINA
ANOUSHKA ATHIQUE
BILLUR TURAN
CHARLOTTE PRATLEY
CHLOE ROBERTSON
CHRISTINA MITRENTSE
CRAIG ISAAC
DANIELLE DRAINEY
DARYL BROWN
DAVID CHALKLEY
DOLORES DE SADE
FRINTON PRESS
HELEN GRUNDY
IRJE DENNIS
JAMES SHAW
JO SCHOLAR
JON DELGADO
JONAS RANSON
KATIE SPRAGG
KATE KOTCHEFF
KSENIA MAXIMOVA
LIAM RYAN
RICHARD DINNIS
ROBERT HAWKINS
RUTH PARKER
SARAH JANE HENDER
STEPHANIE PARR
THERESA FOX
ZOE SCAMMELL
INGRID Z & MORE 

400 women is an exhibition of new work by 200 artists in response to the murders of women in ciudad juárez, mexico. a project by tamsyn challenger, curated by ellen mara de wachter.

400 Women

12-28 November 2010
Shoreditch Town Hall Basement, 380 Old Street, London EC1V 9LT
Private View: 11 November

An exhibition of new work by 200 artists including Tracey Emin, Maggi Hambling, Swoon and Humphrey Ocean, responding to the widespread murders of women in Ciudad Juárez, Mexico

This ambitious project was conceived by artist Tamsyn Challenger in response to the brutal murder and rape of more than 400 women over a decade in the US border town of Ciudad Juárez and the region of Chihuahua in Mexico. Some 200 exceptional artists have each painted one of the murdered women, confronting us with and safeguarding in our memory the dead and disappeared. The exhibition raises important questions about the capacity of art to represent tragedy and commemorate the dead, as well as the potential for art to affect an audience and the collective nature of grief. The exhibition is curated by Ellen Mara De Wachter, a curator and writer based in London.

Curated by Zavier Ellis & Simon Rumley

Dale Adcock, Emma Bennett, Kiera Bennett, Dan Coombs, Tessa Farmer, Rose Gibbs, Stewart Gough, Alexander Heaton, James Howard, Luke Jackson, Sam Jackson, Monica Ursina Jäger, James Jessop, Jasper Joffe, Wendy Mayer, Hugh Mendes, Alexis Milne, Alex Gene Morrison, Nika Neelova, Gavin Nolan, Claire Pestaille, Benjamin Senior, Dominic Shepherd, Peter R. Smith, John Stark, Samantha Sweeting, Oleg Tolstoy, Danny Treacy, Gavin Tremlett, Alex Virji

Private View
Tuesday October 12th 6.00pm – 9.00pm

Exhibition Dates
Wednesday October 13th – Sunday October 17th 2010

Hours
Wednesday – Sunday 11am – 6pm

Address
Basement, Shoreditch Town Hall, 380 Old Street, London EC1V 9LT

Guillochon Gallery Presents Going West

Curious New Terrain

July 20- August 1st 2006

Nolias Gallery,
60 Great Suffolk Street,
London,
SE1 OBL.
02079283266
www.noliasgallery.co.uk

Open Monday- Saturday 1pm -6pm

Curated by Alexander Heaton

Curious new terrain is a show of five up and coming new artists- Alexander Heaton, Rob Leech, Nick Nowicki, Kounosuke Kawakami and Tim Phillips. What all five artists have in common is an interest in the languages of paints formality and informality.

Happiness Machines

a group exhibition

RISE Berlin

March 26- April 25, 2010
opening: Friday, 26th March 2010, 7-10 pm

featuring work by: Alexander Heaton, Christina Mitrentse, Christophe Chemin, Eileen Cooper, Eddie Nuttall, Guillaume Airiaud & Philippe Comtesse, Hector De Gregorio, João Leonardo, Jonas Ranson, Jan Kiefer, Jon John, Jenus Kahmke, Laurel Johannesson, Lee Wagstaff, Liz Neal, Master Patrick, Matthew Brindle, Richard Sawdon Smith, Stephen Dunne, Tomi Paasonen, Vanda Playford, Xavier Stentz 

SPLASHBACK 6 artists / 12 months
Vernissage: 26.09.2009 19.00-22.00 Exhibition then open daily 28.09.09 – 02.10.09 17.00-19.00

Translating as Cabinet of Curiosities, WUNDERKAMMER is the first travelling exhibition by Clarke Gallery. Curated by Elly Clarke and Jessica Brouder, the show will go where we do over a period of 12 months. With all spare space under the bed/above the door/in cupboards running out in Clarke Gallery and realizing between us how many different places we plan to go to over the next 12 months, it felt like a good time to branch out and bring the mobility that we as individuals enjoy to the gallery.

HARZ By Alexander Heaton
28.03.2009 19.00-21.00 Uhr & 29-30.03.2009 17.00-19.00 Uhr
CLARKE GALLERY Friedelstrasse 52 12047 Berlin
+49 (0)176 8716 2833 clarkegallery@gmail.com

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Start Time:
Friday, 02 July 2010 at 18:30

End Time:
Sunday, 04 July 2010 at 17:00

Unit 4, Millers Avenue, Dalston, E8 2DS

The First Major Solo show of Alexander Heaton's paintings in London summer 2006

Work exhibited at Lime Wharf Gallery, Vyner Street. The Exhibition was reviewed by Amelia's Magazine to great acclaim and all the work exhibited now resides in major international art collections including Cognetas, the Bridgmann art library, Lesley Jones and Monika Bobinska.