‘Painting on the Edge: A Historical Survey’ brings together works by sixteen renowned masters and lesser-known artists from around the world and explores the radical approaches taken to painting in the post-war period. The exhibition focuses on artists who veered away from the traditional methods of painting by knotting or completely removing the canvas, using shaped stretchers, and testing alternative materials. Many have never been shown together before and this presentation aims to draw new and pertinent parallels between their practices. This will be the first time that Harmony Hammond, Sadaharu Horio, Tsuyoshi Maekawa, Kimiyo Mishima and Ted Stamm have shown in England.
Alberto Burri (Italian, 1915 – 1995), Sergio Camargo (Brazilian, 1930 – 1990), Jorge Eielson (Peruvian, 1924 – 2006), Marcos Grigorian (Iranian-Armenian, 1925 – 2007), Harmony Hammond (American, born 1944), Raymond Hains (French, 1926 – 2005), Sadaharu Horio (Japanese, born 1939), John Latham (British, 1921 – 2006), Tsuyoshi Maekawa (Japanese, born 1936), Eleanore Mikus (American, born 1927), Kimiyo Mishima (Japanese, born 1932), Howardena Pindell (American, born 1943), Carol Rama (Italian, 1918 – 2015), Zilia Sánchez (Cuban, born 1928), Ted Stamm (American, 1944 – 1984), Günther Uecker (German, born 1930).
Channing Hansen is showing at Stephen Friedman Gallery 2
|Duration||08 June 2017 - 29 July 2017|
|Times||Tuesday - Friday 10am - 6pm Saturday 11am - 5pm|
|Venue||Stephen Friedman Gallery|
|Address||5–6 Cork Street, London, W1S 3LQ|
|Contact||4402074941434 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.stephenfriedman.com/|