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'Now & Then' - A Show of Contemporary Art

October 6, 2011 by Kay

11th October 2011 − 28th October 2011

Harris Lindsay Ltd. 67, Jermyn Street London, SW1Y 6NY

Title: France/Italy Artist: Joanna Kirk Medium: Pastel on board Dimensions: 122 x 214 x 4 cm (framed)

Artists exhibiting include: Carolyn Barker-Mill, Jay Batlle, Bertozzi and Casoni , Henry Bourne, Jake and Dinos Chapman,  Joan Dannatt, Cyprien Gaillard, Jonathan Gent,  Duncan Hannah, Paul  Heber-Percy, Charlotte Hodes, Joanna Kirk, Alastair Mackie, Kate Mcc Gwire, Simon Moretti, Orlando Mostyn-Owen , Grayson Perry, Humberto Poblete-Bustamante,  Jean-Baptiste Marot, Philip Taaffe, Jan Worst.

Title: Metamorphoses (Goshawk) Artist: Alastair Mackie Year(s): 2011 Medium: 1930's taxidermy display bell jar, mirror, wooden base, goshawk Dimensions: 182 x 54 x 54 cm Retail price: £15,000 Edition: Edition 1 of 3

Title: Dwell III Artist: Kate MccGwire Year(s): 2011 Medium: Mixed media with pigeon tail feathers Dimensions: 27 x 37 x 37 cm Retail price: £6,500

Title: United States/France Artist: Joanna Kirk Medium: Pastel on board Dimensions: 122 x 214 x 4 cm (framed)

Find out more about this exhibition and read an essay by Adrian Dannatt by visiting the Harris Lindsay website.