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2012 January Work Bank March David Medalla David Hockney Lucian Freud Monumenta Anish Kapoor April Wiltshire May Damien Hirst June Being Tracey July Cumbria: A County Guide August London Festival October Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood Cahill/Lucie-Smith November The Ring of Minos
2013 January Francesco Clemente James Cahill February Edward Lucie-Smith The Decline & Fall of the Avant-Garde March Kurt Schwitters Anne Blood April Robert Rauschenberg Cahill/James Chuck Close Lucie-Smith July Photography and Art Marina Vaizey/Anne Blood John Dugger October The Dance of Death Lucie-Smith December Art, Criticism & Display
2014 January Tracks 2014 July Art, Poetry and WW1 Lucie-Smith September Les Berberes et Moi Magdalena Wasiura October Liverpool Biennal Visiting Frieze Art Fair 2014 November Between Dream and Nightmare Kiefer, Polke, Richter Modern German Art Marina Vaizey December Rembrandt and Turner Edward Lucie-Smith
2015 February The Private John Singer Sargent Lucie-Smith March Leon Golub Political Painting Goya Between Two Worlds Lucie-Smith October Ai Weiwei November Through the Lens Marina Vaizey Giacometti/Auerbach December Artist & Empire Michael Craig-Martin Julia Margaret Cameron
2018 September/October William Blake Tate Britain Frieze Masters London Beautiful and Determined: Pre-Raphaelite Sisters National Portrait Gallery November Nam June Paik Tate Modern Antony Gormley Royal Academy December London Review Museums and Galleries 2019
May/June/July/August Aubrey Beardsley by Edward Lucie-Smith Seminar on The Gallery recorded at Flat Time House October 2019 audio here Photo Works 1972-2020 Titian at the National Gallery Andy Warhol at Tate Modern Review of Tate Britain by Edward Lucie-Smith The Art World The Lives of Others Marina Vaizey
September/October Artemesia Gentileschi at the National Gallery London. Lucy Skaer at Bloomberg Space. Damien Hirst: Early Works Newport Street Gallery.
November/December Marina Vaizey:Visible Women 1 Barbara Hepworth/Bridget Riley; Anthology of Fables
January/February Richard Hamilton Cristea Roberts ; Marina Vaizey Visible Women Rachel Whiteread, Cornelia Parker, Tracey Emin.; Damien Hirst: Mental Escapology St. Moritz
April Painters On Painting: Morag Ballard Nicola Bealing Claudia Carr Brian Clarke Jim Dine Luke Frost Leslie Hakim-Dowek Anthea Holmes Rachel Howard Ben Johnson; Tam Joseph Ansel Krut Christopher Le Brun Jock McFadyen Elizabeth Magill Therese Oulton Michael Porter Rebecca Price June Redfern Nikola Savic Terry Setch Louise Sheridan Paramjit Takhar Gerard Titus-Carmel Geoff Uglow Lara Viana Jonathan Yeo
June Rodin Tate Modern, Rosalind Nashishibi National Gallery
July/August/September Richard Estes Newport Street Gallery Paula Rego Tate Britain
Forthcoming Autumn 2021: Country House Collection-Estates of Art view here >
FRIEZE LONDON 2021
Discover art from emerging stars to iconic names and thousands of years of art history at Frieze London and Frieze Masters from 13-17 October at The Regents Park. Featuring over 290 major galleries from around the world, new curated sections, special artist commissions, talks and more.
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The Temporary Nature of Change_Mikey Cuddihy and Deborah Duffin_MOCA London Oct 2021
Mikey Cuddihy and Deborah Duffin use very different materials and while Cuddihys painterly imagery leans more towards figuration than Duffins sculptural abstractions, conceptually both are working on the idea of small, daily, one might imagine hourly changes and the temporary nature of stability and of change. Both artists are presenting a combination of new and previously exhibited works in an all new installation jointly conceived. Many of the works have been made in the artistic isolation all artists have been through over the recent Covid period, and those works reach out for an audience. The exhibition will be the first one for MOCA London since the total lockdown.