A solo exhibition by Narbi Price, the winner of the 2017 Contemporary British Painting Prize.26 – 30 March 2019: Herrick Gallery 93 Piccadilly, London W1J 7NQ All I Start Will End brings together works by Narbi Price from the last five … Read More
30 March – 12 April 2019: Bowery Gallery, 54 Otley Road, Headingley, Leeds LS6 2AL “It is impossible to make paintings of any sort now without an internalized vocabulary of twentieth-century abstraction” – Paul Winstanley Painting The In-Between is a group … Read More
An essay by Matthew Collings Joe Packer was the winner of the 2018 Contemporary British Painting Prize. This essay, by painter, critic and broadcaster Matthew Collings, has been published in the CBP Prize 2018 exhibition catalogue. The essay forms part of the prize. … Read More
Painting as Terrain: Transcription for Panel Discussion and Walk Around with Chair Emma Cameron (EC) and the Artists – Jane Frederick (JF) Jyoti Bharwani (JB) Daphne Leighton (DL) Claudia Boese (CB) Ruth Philo (RP) Mary Romer Greenfield (MR) Alison Downer (AD) Absent. Emma Cameron: In … Read More
Menier Gallery, London: 7 February – 16 February 2019 ARTISTS: Keith Ashcroft, Lucy Austin, Benjamin Deakin, Kate Dunn, Jenny Eden, Andrew Ekins, Pippa Gatty, Alison Goodyear, Roland Hicks, Rachel Lancaster, Joe Packer, Jonathan West WINNER: Joe Packer Following the exhibition at … Read More
The Crypt: 19 January – 25 April 2019Curated by Jyoti Bharwani In a recent solo exhibition of the work by Mary Corse at the Lisson Gallery in London, the curator writes that “Corse combines a philosophical quest for the portrayal … Read More
A catalogue to accompany the exhibition Painting as Terrain curated by Jyoti Bharwani with an essay by Dr Matthew Bowman. Artists: Alison Downer, Claudia Bose, Daphne Leighton, Jane Frederick, Jyoti Bharwani, Mary Romer Greenfield and Ruth Philo. Download the catalogue.
Huddersfield Art Gallery: 1 Dec 2018 – 2 Feb 2019 The twelve shortlisted artists for the exhibition are:Keith Ashcroft, Lucy Austin, Benjamin Deakin, Kate Dunn, Jenny Eden, Andrew Ekins, Pippa Gatty, Alison Goodyear, Roland Hicks, Rachel Lancaster, Joe Packer, Jonathan … Read More
The Contemporary British Painting Prize 2018 catalogue features the work of the 12 finalists and includes an introduction by Simon Carter, and an essay Joining and Continuing on the work of Joe Packer (the 2018 prize winner) written by Matthew … Read More
A catalogue to accompany the exhibition New Painting curated by Paula MacArthur and Wendy Saunders with an essay by James Quin. Artists: David Ainley, Iain Andrews, Amanda Ansell, Karl Bielik, Day Bowman, Julian Brown, Simon Burton, Marco Cali, Ruth Calland, Simon Carter, … Read More
Contemporary British Painting members’ exhibition.24 November 2018 – 17 January 2019.The Crypt, St Marylebone Church,17 Marylebone Road, London NW1 5LT Curated by Paula MacArthur and Wendy Saunders. Private view: 8 January 2019, 6pm – 8pmExhibition dates: 24 November 2018 – 17 January 2019Opening … Read More
Written by Nicholas Usherwood Narbi Price was the winner of the 2017 Contemporary British Painting Prize. This essay, by writer and critic Nicholas Usherwood, has been written to accompany his solo exhibition ‘All I start will end’ at the Herrick Gallery (26 … Read More
The Crypt: 8 September – 22 November 2018Curated by Fiona Long. Artists: Benjamin Deakin, David Sullivan, Fiona Long, Nadja Plein, Paula MacArthur, Rhys Trussler, Sasha Bowles and Wendy Saunders. Verbpast tense: subsumed; past participle: subsumed1. include or absorb (something) in … Read More
A catalogue to accompany the exhibition Subsumed: Absorbing Surfaces curated by Fiona Long with introduction by Rhys Trussler. Artists: Benjamin Deakin, David Sullivan, Fiona Long, Nadja Plein, Paula MacArthur, Rhys Trussler, Sasha Bowles and Wendy Saunders. Download the catalogue.
Painting and the metaphor of the journey.The Crypt: 16 June – 6 September 2018 A Road Not Taken is a ‘journey’ of encounters that explores the idea that artists offer us abstractions of experience. By considering the physical act of … Read More
A essay by Terry Greene to accompany exhibition A Road Not Taken.Painting and the metaphor of the journey. Two roads diverged in a yellow wood, And sorry I could not travel both And be one traveler, long I stood And … Read More
A catalogue to accompany the exhibition A Road not Taken curated by Stephen Buckeridge & Terry Greene with an essay by Terry Greene. Artists: Tony Antrobus, Karl Bielik, Claudia Böse, Stephen Buckeridge, Susan Cantrick, Catherine Ferguson, Terry Greene, Sue Kennington, Katrin Mäurich, David Webb and Ashley West. Download the catalogue.
Six abstract painters: 28 March – 14 June 2018 This exhibition presents the work of six painters working with abstraction: Hanz Hancock, Patrick Morrissey, Marion Piper, Julie Umerle, Piers Veness and Simon Zabell. Beyond the Surface is part of the … Read More
A catalogue to accompany the exhibition Beyond the Surface curated by Piers Veness. Artists: Hanz Hancock, Patrick Morrissey, Marion Piper, Julie Umerle, Piers Veness and Simon Zabell. Download the catalogue.
28 March – 14 June 2018 A series of events in Leeds to promote discussion and interest in painting in the city. This is a collaborative venture between Contemporary British Painting, Paint Club, Leeds and the University of Leeds. Twenty-seven of … Read More
Curated by Antonia Jackson: 13 January – 29 March 2018 This exhibition, hosted by Contemporary British Painting, brings together artists Helen Bermingham, Tom Down, Susie Hamilton, Antonia Jackson, Nicole Price and Ed Saye who explore the idea of time and … Read More