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So thrilled to have the amazing #RachelPimm on view at the gallery! 'Resistant Materials' on through August 5th 🔷🔹✨✨ @rachelpimm #halesgallery #london #resistantmaterials

You can catch Omar Ba's work in 'Zoocryptage', an exhibition held in the crypt of the century-old Sainte-Eugénie Cathedral in Biarritz, France. Featuring 26 artists, the exhibition is based around the concept of the animal world as a filter or metaphor for human society, and runs through October 1st.
Ba’s next solo show with Hales will open in London in late October. .
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#halesgallery #omarba #zoocryptage #biarritz #sainteugiene
Image: Omar Ba, 'Afrique, Afrique, Afrique', 2014.

Once again, many thanks to @clare.lilley for curating such an exciting show, and to the team @friezeartfair for all their hard work.
Looking forward to the sculpture park opening this week!
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Thomas J Price #tpstudio at #friezesculpturepark #friezeartfair2017 #halesgallery

Hanging in process - the outstanding Frank Bowling's show opening tomorrow @the_arts_club #colorfieldpainting #halesgallery #painting #favoriteartist

❤️ #VirginiaJaramillo presented by #HalesGallery at #Frieze 🙌🏻

A fabulous evening celebrating author Tim Campbell and his new book, Intentional Beauty. Thank you to Paul Hedge and everyone at Hales Gallery for hosting! #intentionalbeauty #timcampbell #halesgallery #londondesignweek

Installation view of Rachel Pimm, "Resistant Materials" @halesgallery, London through August 5. @rachelpimm #rachelpimm #halesgallery #londonshows #summershows

London/New York autumn shows coming up very soon ✨
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Part of our Frieze London presentation this October is Stuart Brisley's 'Louise Bourgeois’ Leg' (2002), a performance object first featured in Brisley’s 2000 live work 'Louise Bourgeois’ Legs'. The work originated in a dream, laid out in Brisley’s experimental novel 'Beyond Reason: Ordure', where it became the subject of an extended textual meditation. In 2002 the plaster leg affixed to an ironing board was exhibited in a solo exhibition at the Freud Museum London, ‘The Collection of Ordure’. The exhibition was curated by Brisley’s alter ego, RY Sirb, who is the appointed Curator of the Museum of Ordure, a fictional institution established in 2000 to explore, in the artist’s words, ‘objects, materials and substances which lie beyond the range of commodification’, drawing on notions of the base and the everyday'.
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@friezeartfair #halesgallery #haleslondon #halesprojectroom #stuartbrisley #friezelondon #friezeartfair2017 #frieze

You can catch Omar Ba's work in 'Zoocryptage', an exhibition held in the crypt of the century-old Sainte-Eugénie Cathedral in Biarritz, France. Featuring 26 artists, the exhibition is based around the concept of the animal world as a filter or metaphor for human society, and runs through October 1st.
Ba’s next solo show with Hales will open in London in late October. .
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#halesgallery #omarba #zoocryptage #biarritz #sainteugiene
Image: Omar Ba, 'Afrique, Afrique, Afrique', 2014.

Hot off the press!! 2017 Texas Artist of the Year, Trenton Doyle Hancock's shiny new catalogue is now available to buy online from @artleaguehouston. As Art League Houston's Texas Artist of the year, Hancock was due to be featured in an exhibition in ALH's main gallery - scheduled to open on 8 September. However due to extensive damage to the space during Hurricane Harvey, 'Trenton Doyle Hancock: TEXAS: 1997-2017' will now be held at the former Rice Art Gallery space on the Rice Campus - an incredible example of the art world coming together to support one another in a crisis. The current show dates are September 29th to November 17th. @trenton_doyle_hancock @ricegallery .
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#halesgallery #trentondoylehancock #ricegallery #artleaguehouston #texasartistoftheyear #artcatalogue #artbook
Image credit: Art League Houston @artleaguehouston

Hot off the press!! 2017 Texas Artist of the Year, Trenton Doyle Hancock's shiny new catalogue is now available to buy online from @artleaguehouston. As Art League Houston's Texas Artist of the year, Hancock was due to be featured in an exhibition in ALH's main gallery - scheduled to open on 8 September. However due to extensive damage to the space during Hurricane Harvey, 'Trenton Doyle Hancock: TEXAS: 1997-2017' will now be held at the former Rice Art Gallery space on the Rice Campus - an incredible example of the art world coming together to support one another in a crisis. The current show dates are September 29th to November 17th. @trenton_doyle_hancock @ricegallery .
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#halesgallery #trentondoylehancock #ricegallery #artleaguehouston #texasartistoftheyear #artcatalogue #artbook
Image credit: Art League Houston @artleaguehouston

A fabulous evening celebrating author Tim Campbell and his new book, Intentional Beauty. Thank you to Paul Hedge and everyone at Hales Gallery for hosting! #intentionalbeauty #timcampbell #halesgallery #londondesignweek

Tomorrow in London, our client @studiotimcampbell debuts his #IntentionalBeauty documentary and book. Join us as we celebrate beauty and design at @halesgallery • RSVP to jane@metworksinc.net

Martin Wilner speaks tomorrow at 7pm as part of the NY Comics & Picture-story Symposium! Location: Parsons School of Design, 2 West 13th Street, in the Bark Room. "From the Funny papers to Freud: Martin Wilner’s Artistic Journey: Martin Wilner will trace the unusual arc of his work from learning to draw from comic books and strips in grade school to becoming a psychiatrist and a widely exhibited visual artist. He will describe his ongoing drawing projects and an existential work process that draw upon the techniques of psychoanalysis in a highly original manner without losing sight of his vicarious tutelage at the hands of the comic art masters." @parsonsschoolofdesign @martinwilner .
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#martinwilner #halesgallery #halesprojectroom #newyork #parsonsschoolofdesign

Image: Martin Wilner 'Making History: Case Histories, November 2014: Charles Lindsay’ (2014) [detail]

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For over a half-century, Frank Bowling has repeatedly made the journey across the Atlantic from London to New York and back again, absorbing the distinctive traditions and atmospheres of both cities. 'Metropolitanblooms' (1982), which gives title to the exhibition currently on view at Hales Project Room, New York, was painted shortly after Bowling’s return to London following a decade in the United States – a distinct moment of evolution in the work of an artist responding to his new environment. Both the concentrated dimensions of the canvas, made in a studio measuring just 12 x 14 feet, and the newly expressive physicality of its stained, scratched, textured surface reveal a painter committed to experimentation with both medium and scale.
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#frankbowling #halesprojectroom #halesgallery #newyork
Image: Frank Bowling 'Metropolitanblooms’ (1982)

Frank Bowling in his London studio, August 2017. Both of @halesgallery Bowling exhibitions are now underway - you can catch 'Metropolitanblooms' at Hales Project Room, New York, until 15th October, and 'Fishes, Wishes in Summertime Blue' at Hales London until the 21st. #halesgallery #haleslondon #halesprojectroom #frankbowling #portrait --
Photograph copyright James Proctor (@jamesrtp)

For over a half-century, Frank Bowling has repeatedly made the journey across the Atlantic from London to New York and back again, absorbing the distinctive traditions and atmospheres of both cities. 'Metropolitanblooms' (1982), which gives title to the exhibition currently on view at Hales Project Room, New York, was painted shortly after Bowling’s return to London following a decade in the United States – a distinct moment of evolution in the work of an artist responding to his new environment. Both the concentrated dimensions of the canvas, made in a studio measuring just 12 x 14 feet, and the newly expressive physicality of its stained, scratched, textured surface reveal a painter committed to experimentation with both medium and scale.
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#frankbowling #halesprojectroom #halesgallery #newyork
Image: Frank Bowling 'Metropolitanblooms’ (1982)

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Opening on 8 September at Hales in London - Frank Bowling: "Fishes, Wishes in Summertime Blue", a solo exhibition of recent works by veteran painter Frank Bowling. The exhibition coincides with Frank Bowling: "Metropolitanblooms", the inaugural project at the Hales Project Room in New York.
Now widely recognised as ‘first among equals’ in the field of post-1960 abstraction, Bowling has for the past half century devoted himself to a tireless investigation into the nature and possibilities of painting, constantly exploring new principles and processes. It is this dynamic spirit which this exhibition celebrates, providing audiences an opportunity to explore the rich vocabulary of techniques and ideas which Bowling has developed over the years and which is so fluently expressed in his contemporary practice. The exhibition at Hales London takes its title from a 2016 painting which itself alludes to a series of canvases stretching back to the 1980s whose textured, animated surfaces have invoked for Bowling the creatures and colours of rivers and seas. It is just one example of the way in which the works in this exhibition delve both inwards and outwards, excavating the past while absorbing Bowling’s new experiences and memories of the world around.
Preview: 7 September, 6-8:30 pm
Exhibition runs: 8 September - 21 October
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#FrankBowling #halesgallery #haleslondon #painting #abstractpainting #london #londongallery #eastend #shoreditch

Frank Bowling in his London studio, August 2017. Both of our Bowling exhibitions are now underway - you can catch 'Metropolitanblooms' at Hales Project Room, New York, until 15th October, and 'Fishes, Wishes in Summertime Blue' at Hales London until the 21st. #halesgallery #haleslondon #halesprojectroom #frankbowling #portrait --
Photograph copyright James Proctor (@jamesrtp)

Frank Bowling
Fishes, Wishes in Summertime Blue
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Hales Gallery, The Tea Building, 7 Bethnal Green Rd, E1 6LA
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Until 21st October
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Hales Gallery is delighted to announce Frank Bowling: Fishes, Wishes in Summertime Blue, a solo exhibition of Bowling’s very recent works. The exhibition coincides with Frank Bowling: Metropolitanblooms, the inaugural project at the Hales Project Room in New York.
Now widely recognised as ‘first among equals’1 in the field of post-1960 abstraction, Bowling has for the past half century devoted himself to a tireless investigation into the nature and possibilities of painting, constantly exploring new principles and processes. It is this dynamic spirit which this exhibition celebrates, providing audiences an opportunity to explore the rich vocabulary of techniques and ideas which Bowling has developed over the years and which is so fluently expressed in his contemporary practice.
The exhibition at Hales London takes its title from a 2016 painting which itself alludes to a series of canvases stretching back to the 1980s whose textured, animated surfaces have invoked for Bowling the creatures and colours of rivers and seas. It is just one example of the way in which the works in this exhibition delve both inwards and outwards, excavating the past while absorbing Bowling’s new experiences and memories of the world around. In the monumental Pouring Over 2 Morrison Boys & 2 Maps II, for example, references to key moments from the history of Bowling’s painting career – his early Pop-inspired screen-printed portraits and stencilled maps, and the New York ‘poured paintings’ from the 1970s, celebrated by Clement Greenberg – are fused together in exciting new configurations.
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Image: Shadowbalding, 2014, acrylic on canvas, 277.5 x 186.6 cm
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BREMEN, Germany - For the exhibition 'Der Blinde Fleck //The Blind Spot', Hew Locke took a central motif of his work, the ship, to create the installation 'Cui Bono' at the Upper Town Hall in Bremen. Inspired by Heinrich Vogeler’s design of the Güldenkammer (Golden Chamber) and the historical ship models that have been floating from the ceiling of the Upper Town Hall since the sixteenth century, Locke created an abundantly decorated, nearly four-metre long ship that replaces one of the historical ship models for the duration of the exhibition. Like its historical counterparts, the so called Orlog or war ships that accompanied the Hanseatic merchant fleet on its voyages in medieval times, Locke’s ship alludes to the riches that maritime trade afforded to the Hanseatic League. 'Cui Bono' is on display at the Rathaus Bremen through 19 November #HewLocke #HalesGallery #HalesGalleryontour #artingermany #cuibono #rathausbremen #bremen #sculpture

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#repost @halesgallery COMING SOON!! We excited about the upcoming Frieze London 2017, where we will be presenting a group showcase of key works by four artists whose significant contributions to art history stretch from the 1960s to today: Frank Bowling, Stuart Brisley, Virginia Jaramillo and Carolee Schneemann. From painting to performance, a sustained engagement with social issues and a boundary-pushing approach to medium characterises the work of each of these artists, reflecting the long-standing focus of the gallery’s programme. Come and see us at Stand D1, 5 - 8 October and follow the link in bio for more details. Image: Carolee Schneemann, Untitled (Black work II from Dust Series), 1988 (detail). --- @friezeartfair #halesgallery #haleslondon #halesprojectroom #friezeartfair2017 #friezelondon #artinlondon #frankbowling #caroleeschneemann #virginiajaramillo #stuartbrisley #abstractpainting #performanceart #artandactivism #london #regentspart #artfair #friezeweek

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