5 Oct 2016 - 18 Nov 2016
The first major survey of prints by Sir Howard Hodgkin (b. 1932), one of Britain's most celebrated living artists, will inaugurate Alan Cristea Gallery's new premises in Pall Mall on 5 October 2016. The exhibition 'After All', on display from 5 October - 18 November 2016, is also the title of a new series of prints by Hodgkin which will be shown alongside the best examples of Hodgkin's printmaking from across five decades.
13 May 2016 - 30 Jul 2016
Marking his first project and exhibition with the Alan Cristea Gallery, Antony Gormley has made a series of works on paper that consider how our physical freedom and imaginative potential is increasingly conditioned by the built environment.
21 Mar 2016 - 7 May 2016
Never before seen private notebooks, dating from 1970 to the present day, by British artist Joe Tilson RA will go on display, alongside related works, at the Alan Cristea Gallery, London, from 21 March - 7 May 2016. An original protagonist of the British Pop Art movement, and a contemporary of Frank Auerbach, Leon Kosoff, he also formed close attachments to Peter Blake, Allen Jones and Patrick Caulfield. These personal notebooks full of his notes, lists, poetry, studies, drawings, photographs and his insights into art, literature and cultural history give unprecedented insight into Tilson¬ís working methods and the philosophy that governs his work and life.
17 Mar 2016 - 7 May 2016
A new body of paintings and prints by British artist Paul Winstanley, depicting the interiors of British art schools. During the summer months of 2011 and 2012 Paul Winstanley travelled throughout England, Scotland and Wales photographing unpopulated art school studios, including the iconic Glasgow School of Art that was later severely damaged by fire in 2014. The imagery, selected from over 200 photographs, provided the source material for this new series of work.
4 Feb 2016 - 12 Mar 2016
Never before exhibited unique woodblock prints by Russian artist Naum Gabo (1890 - 1977), from the personal collection of Gabo's daughter Nina Williams and her husband. The exhibition reveals new insights into the development of Gabo's printmaking, from the first woodblock prints he made in the immediate post-war era to images the artist produced just a few weeks before he died.
7 Jan 2016 - 30 Jan 2016
Since the beginning of 2015 we have released an unprecedented amount of new work, close to 300 editions. A small selection of these prints will be unveiled in our annual winter exhibition.