Frank Auerbach Jake, 2006 Etching and aquatint with engraving. Edition of 40 63 x 50cm
b+w is a group show at Paul Stolper Gallery, London that brings together artworks by Frank Auerbach, Peter Blake, Jimmy Cauty, Keith Coventry, Kevin Cummins, Jeremy Deller, Brian Eno, Susie Hamilton, Damien Hirst and Reece Jones. Through a collection of painting, sculpture and print the exhibition explores the use of black and white in the work of the featured artists and runs from 14th August to 14th September.
Paul Stolper 31 Museum St, Holborn, London WC1A 1LH
Keith Coventry Goldsmiths Square Estate, 1998 Oil on canvas. Signed and dated on verso 94.8 x 79.3 cm
Reece Jones A Look Your Smile Can’t Disguise, 2019 Charcoal and varnish on board 41 x 31.8 cm
‘What is that really?’ is often a sensible question once you’re used to the tricky ways of artists. Four current shows are evidence.
Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and its charity CW+ were delighted today (Friday 9 October) to receive a print of Damien Hirst’s Butterfly Rainbow, created to support the efforts of NHS staff during the COVID-19 pandemic.
50 early artworks by Damien Hirst to be exhibited in new London exhibition. Rarely exhibited together, the works in ‘End of a Century’ will include some of Hirst’s most iconic series
Fondazione Prada support Damien Hirst in his new charity campaign in aid of Save the Children’s program for education in Italy. Damien Hirst has created four new limited edition prints to be released today, 15th September 2020