Cromwell Place Re-Opening


Reopening, highlights the local arts community by celebrating the rich cultural landscape in London through presentations by esteemed UK dealers and gallerists:

  • Augusta Edwards Fine Art, 19 - 30 May, a selection of Modernist Brazilian photography.
  • Bowman Sculpture, 19- 30 May, Hanneke Beaumont: Timeless Expressions of the Enduring Human Condition, an exhibition of recent works by the Dutch sculptor.
  • Daniel Katz Gallery, 19 - 30 May, Metaphysical Arcadia:  a thought-provoking and varied selection of British works of art spanning 500 years including a 15th century Nottingham alabaster religious relief, a Luddite landscape by John Linnell, a Algernon Newton painting from the 1940’s, and a 1911 Stanley Spencer drawing.
  • Grosvenor Gallery, 19 - 23 May, a solo show by Olivia Fraser of recent miniature paintings with gem-like stone colours, unique miniature brush work, and elaborate decorative and burnished surfaces applying a traditional Indian technique.
  • J&J Rawlin, 19 - 30 May, presents two focuses: rarely seen colour and signature form works on paper by William Scott R.A.; and a Figure and Landscape group show of paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings by such artists as Tracey Emin, Eduardo Paolozzi, and Edward Burra. 
  • John Martin Gallery, 19 - 26 May, a group show featuring Uwe Walther, Mario Lobedan, Neale Howells, Heidrun Rathgeb, Makiko Nakamura.
  • Vanessa Vainio, 19- 23 May, a group show presenting new bodies of works by Josefina Nelimarkka, Alexander Montague-Sparey and Olga Grotova.
  •  Black Box Projects, 19 May - 20 June, Signs of Spring is a group show of works that were created by artists who adjusted their practice due to the limitations of the lockdown, including Brendan Barry, Adriene Hughes, Eleanor Macnair, Liz Nielsen and Steve Macleod. Featured in the exhibition will be a large camera obscura built by Brendan Barry.
  • Lehmann Maupin, 20 April – 6 June, Robin Rhode, The Backyard is my World, the artist’s first solo exhibition in London since 2011, features photographs and animations produced over the last ten years in a single location―the backyard of the artist's family home in Johannesburg, South Africa