June 26 - September 3, 2014
Fitzroy Gallery and Tracy Williams, Ltd. present On the Blue Shore of Silence, a benefit for Parley for the Oceans in support of their initiative, The Vortex Project. Titled after the poem by Pablo Neruda, this exhibition delves into the open sea. Featuring work by over 50 artists, the show consists of sculpture, photography, painting, video, and works on paper. As a group, the artworks are evocative- in some instances more in essence and atmosphere than in physicality- of the power and enchantment of the ocean.
Paul Kasmin Gallery
June 26 – August 15, 2014
The show will be curated by Phong Bui who will present a contemporary response to the seminal exhibition, Bloodflames; “We were all interested in building a field of vision in which the relationship between the works of art and the spectators is integrated with greater amplification,” explains Bui.
Artists include Lynda Benglis, John Bock, Lee Bul, Cameron Gainer, Candida Höfer, Bill Jensen, Michael Joo, Deborah Kass, Alex Katz, Benjamin Keating, Glenn Ligon, Chris Martin, Daniel Joseph Martinez, Donald Moffett, Roxy Paine, G.T. Pellizzi, Joanna Pousette-Dart, Dorothea Rockburne, Will Ryman, Cindy Sherman, Do Ho Suh, Superflex, Tunga, Not Vital, and Joe Zucker.
For more information, visit the Paul Kasmin Gallery website.
START Art Fair, Saatchi Gallery
26 – 29 June 2014
The fair is dedicated to supporting international galleries that are less than eight years old. The first edition will bring together exhibitors from the world’s most exciting emerging markets alongside young, cutting-edge galleries from Asia, Europe, UK and USA.
TJ Boulting will be taking part in the inaugural START art fair for internationally selected young galleries held at the Saatchi Gallery in London, where we will be presenting new work by Henry Hudson, Stephanie Quayle and Boo Saville.
BOO SAVILLE, Cuckoo, 2013, coloured ballpoint pen on paper, 21 x 26 cm
12th June-16th August 2014
Gagosian Gallery, Hong Kong
I started making drawings of ordinary objects, one at a time, in 1977. I drew them on A4 paper with a pencil and then traced them in very fine tape onto acetate to remove all trace of their being handmade. I had no idea where they might take me, and it would have been inconceivable to me that they would remain at the center of my work to this day. I intended them to be “styleless,” but over the years the way they look has come to be recognizable as my style. — Michael Craig-Martin
For more information, visit the Gagosian Gallery website.
Join us for tea, cake & champagne to celebrate our birthday!
Saturday 14th June
As a special thank you to everyone who has supported us in our first year, we will be offering 10% off all purchases in store on Saturday 14th June 2014.
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