A number of Francis Bacon paintings are due to be displayed in the show, including the pictured ‘Isabel Rawsthorne Standing in a Street in Soho’ 1967.
This international group show will be the Museum’s first major exhibition following the unveiling of the new museum building. As the title suggests the exhibition is devoted to figurative painting in London from the 1950s to the late 1970s, including the works of Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, Frank Auerbach, Leon Kossoff, David Hockney and Richard Hamilton.
In total 100 works by 15 artists will aim to showcase the artistic dialogue which took place in London over three decades. This exhibition is curated by Catherine Lampert (London) and Tanja Pirsig-Marshall (Münster). For more information please visit the exhibition site.
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Ordovas Gallery London has announced a new exhibition featuring the art of Francis Bacon, Damien Hirst, Jeff Koons, and Pablo Picasso. The exhibition titled ‘Self’, is a public display at Ordovas from October 14th through to December 13th 2014.
‘Self’ will look at the interpretations of self-portraiture of four great artists of the 21st century, spanning modern and contemporary eras. It promises to trace the development of the self-portrait, including Pablo Picasso’s early modernism, and the angst-ridden essence captured by Francis Bacon.
We’ll bring your further information on the Francis Bacon art included in the exhibition as it becomes available. Of the exhibition the Ordovas website writes:
“Since the first hand print was left on the side of a cave, the making of images has been intrinsically bound up with self-portraiture and its concerns of self-presentation and self-preservation. During the sea changes that took place in the art world in the 20th century, this timeless human activity was thoroughly re-examined. Photography, mass media and existentialism would all come to have an impact on the way that artists as diverse as Picasso and Hirst captured their own image.”
14th October – 13th December
25 Savile Row
London W1S 2ER
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Please note all details including names, dates and featured works, opening days/hours are subject to change, for all confirmation please contact Ordovas.