The gallery is currently working with a collector to acquire paintings by the Brazilian urban artist duo, Os Gemoes. We have purchased a number of works by the Twins and are keen to buy others. We would be interested to hear from anyone who is thinking of selling work.
Kendra Haste has been included in the 2017 San Miguel Rich List. Launched at Somerset House, twenty inspirational men and women from across the globe are celebrated for their richness in culture, living and experiences. She keeps company with maze makers, a volcano hunter, urban beekeepers, toxin artists, tree house masters, a social explorer and others. Each person is truly creative and their stories are told here. Her 'Bison Head' has been purchased by the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Wyoming and work has also been shown in Asia for the first time, as part of an exhibition at the Chimei Museum in Taiwan. Kendra's public sculpture 'Elephant' has been cleaned, refurbished and reinstalled at Waterloo Station. In the studio, She is working on a Chacma baboon troop commissioned by a UK-based collector.
Hock-Aun Teh is exhibiting at the 1st Kuala Lumpur Biennale (KLB) which runs November 2017 to March 2018. Entitled 'BE LOVED' KLB aims to foster collaborative opportunities with artists, scientists, social activists, NGO's and the local and international communities at large. Artists from 14 counties have been invited to participate. There will also be a retropsective solo show of his paintings and sculpture at the National Gallery of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, planned for late 2018, early 2019.
In London, the gallery is working on a significant corporate project sourcing sculpture, paintings and prints for the offices of a financial institution.