• Simon Hantaï : Film Screening

    Timothy Taylor, 15 Carlos Place, London W1K 2EX

    Timothy Taylor is proud to present an exclusive screening of the Simon Hantaï documentary, ‘Les Silences Rétiniens’ (Retinal Silences), 1976, to coincide with the artist’s current exhibition at the gallery. The film, made by documentary filmmaker and painter Jean-Michel Meurice, runs for 58 minutes and offers an in-depth look into the life and practice of the artist.

    We are very excited to have academic and fellow artist Daniel Sturgis joining us to introduce the film, and then to chair an open discussion with the audience after the screening.

    Coffee and cake will be served from 2.30pm, with the introduction taking place at 3pm.

    Admission is free, however booking is essential as space is limited.


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  • Blank Canvas at Timothy Taylor

    15 Carlos Place, London W1K 2EX

    Timothy Taylor is partnering with Blank Canvas, to run a series of workshops created especially for your little artists.

    Join us on the 13th February, 11am–1pm, to explore the current exhibition – Simon Hantaï. Expect a riot of colour – and paint! (Please wear old clothes!). The fun factor will be up to 11.

    Sessions are free, but booking is essential (Accompanying adults do not need a ticket).

    5-11 year olds may participate unaccompanied, children younger than 5 will need to be accompanied by an adult.


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  • Kiki Smith and Tony Smith: Masterpiece in Focus

    National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Canada

    This exhibition highlights Black Box (1962–67) by Tony Smith and Born (2002) by Kiki Smith, two exceptional pieces from the collection of the National Gallery of Canada that present divergent takes on materiality, on art historical philosophy, and on the role of the artist in society. Simultaneously, they each offer equally compelling meditations on presence, embodiment and consciousness.

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  • Jean-Marc Bustamante: Transitory Spaces

    Centro de Artes Visuales Fundacion Helga de Alvear, Caceres, Spain

    In the late 1970s, after a period of assisting photographer William Klein, Jean-Marc Bustamante changed the perception of photography in French art with his monumental Tableaux, a series of photographs of the Barcelona region that blurred the boundary between painting and photography. His work is the perfect synthesis where past experiences merge, embodying different artistic languages that melt in a new and personal visual language. Transitory Spaces brings together a rich and diverse group of works belonging to the Helga de Alvear Collection.

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