Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery has announced the opening of its fifth gallery space at Schloss Görne, Germany with a large-scale summer… Read More
The inaugural London Gallery Weekend kicks off tomorrow lots of galleries are involved split into three areas over three days… Read More
Nigerian artist Gerald Chukwuma creates a striking visual language that weaves together ancient symbols, contemporary and historic references.
Through a frenzy of colours and symbols that are chiselled, burnt and painted onto panels of wood, Nigerian artist Gerald Chukwuma creates a striking visual language that weaves together ancient symbols, contemporary and historic references.
The camera holds focus on a monstrous-looking, thorned flower as a looped soundtrack evokes the mood of an old-fashioned Hollywood… Read More
Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery are opening of their fourth gallery space at The Shrimp Factory in Nevlunghavn, Norway with a solo exhibition by Ethiopian artist Wendimagegn Belete.
Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery are opening their fourth gallery space at The Shrimp Factory in Nevlunghavn, Norway with a solo exhibition by Ethiopian artist Wendimagegn Belete.
For his first solo exhibition with Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery London at Melior Place Zimbabwe-based Wycliffe Mundopa presents a powerful new series of work entitled 1001 Afternoons, continuing his explorations of the complexities of female existence in relation to his role as an artist and narrator.
A giant peanut with a blue face and red lips resides as a deity over a vibrant world of cartoon-like creatures.
For her solo show at Kristin Hjellegjerde’s gallery in London Bridge, Ana Barriga presents a new series of imaginative paintings that visualise everyday life in the peanut community.
Kristin Hjellegjerde is opening a new new gallery space in Berlin, located on Linienstraße 130 in Mitte. The gallery will open with a two-artist exhibition on the 26th of April 2018 and will also mark the Gallery’s 6th year anniversary.
Perhaps things will change post-Brexit, but there’s a healthy internationalism in the London art scene at present. Franco-Italian Juliette Mahieux Bartoli says her paintings (‘Pax Romana’, shown by Norwegian gallerist Kristin Hjellegjerde in Wandsworth to 21 Dec) reflect the impossibility of cultural singularity in our hybridised world
Ambitious angles, bright colours and stretched linen achieve a surprising sense of balance in the fantastic/chromatic world of Sinta Tantra.
Art fairs have become ubiquitous in the landscape of the art market. Once you’ve seen one fair, you’ve seen them all: row upon makeshift row of booths desperate to stand out, populated by art that stirs a faint sense of déjà vu and expectant gallerists wielding bottles of champagne. And there’s always a throng of revellers who are there to be seen and those of us waving our press passes as if we matter to the whole circus. But START is different.
After finding herself unable to tune out the chilling visuals of global atrocities in the news, Celina Teague was moved to interpret the colourful narratives of world events that would become her forthcoming exhibition, I think therefore I #.
Both teeter along a fine line dividing digital interpretation and modern reality, pushing traditional art forms into a contemporary context
ART OPENING: SHEREE HOVSEPIAN | KONRAD WYREBEK ‘The Whole Other’ an exploration of the undefined world.
In the perceptual system, the whole has an independent existence, or reality, separate from its parts
‘gleam’ deconstructs and reconstructs art history, from 19th-century Romanticism through to heroic realism, modernist sculpture, expressionism and abstract expressionism, presenting us with glints of the past as well as brilliant flashes of light, a time of transition and transformation.
Imagine a time when all that we know is gone.
There are loads of art events such as private views, artists talks, and screenings happening around London, and often it is impossible to choose where to go and what to see. To help you with the choice Jenny Judova from Art Map London picks a few ..