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‘New Frontiers: Movements in Contemporary Art’

Ron Arad, Puddles, 2015

Ben Brown Fine Arts invites art lovers to explore New Frontiers: Movements in Contemporary Art, a thought-provoking exhibition presented at Claridge’s ArtSpace in London, in the heart of Mayfair. This exhibition will be held concurrently with the launch of Claridge’s ArtSpace Café.  

Gavin Turk, Port Yellow, 2012

New Frontiers celebrates the unique visions and powerful messages of great contemporary artists from the gallery, including: Gavin Turk’s luminous Port (Yellow) (2012), offering a spiritual journey through the imagination; an intensely textured, semi-abstract seabed painting by Miquel Barceló; Vik Muniz’s meticulous rendering of Piet Mondrian’s Mill in Sunlight (Pictures of Pigment) (2006); grandiose libraries from Candida Höfer; powerful abstract, calligraphic paintings by José Parlá; and a whirlpooled labyrinth of unique, mirror polished stainless steel tables by Ron Arad, among other special pieces. 

New Frontiers: Movements in Contemporary Art, Claridge’s ArtSpace 13th February – 17th April 2023, claridges.co.uk/claridges-artspace

Claridge’s, the legendary hotel in the heart of Mayfair, unveiled Claridge’s ArtSpace in 2021. This space, designed by John Pawson, is accessed by the recently launched Claridge’s Art Space Café on the restored hotel façade on Brooks Mews. Claridge’s invites its long-standing friends and gallerists within the art world to stage rotating exhibitions and shows, and has approachability at its core, with free access to all.



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