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Newport Street Gallery will present an exhibition of works from the collection from 11 September 2019. The exhibition, ‘Reason Gives No Answers’, will take place in four of Newport Street Gallery’s six spaces and will coincide with a solo exhibition of new paintings by John Squire. ‘Reason Gives No Answers’ will feature a selection of over 50 works – some rarely exhibited – by more than 30 artists.
Helen Beard, Helen Frankenthaler, Peter Halley, John Hoyland, Gary Hume, Jannis Kounellis, Sherrie Levine, Sarah Lucas, Haim Steinbach and Franz West are amongst the artists on display.
A solo exhibition of paintings by John Squire (b.1962) will open at Newport Street Gallery, London, from 11 September – 10 November 2019. The exhibition, titled ‘Disinformation’, will be displayed in two of Newport Street Gallery’s six spaces. ‘Disinformation’ will feature a new series of large-scale oil paintings by Squire, which are based on photographs taken by the artist or found online.
Newport Street Gallery will present an exhibition of work by John Bellany (1942–2013) and Alan Davie (1920–2014), opening on Wednesday 27 February and running for six months. Titled ‘Cradle of Magic’, the two-man show will feature 49 paintings and works on paper. Spanning four decades, the exhibition demonstrates the importance of Celtic symbolism and imagery to these two visionary twentieth-century artists, working a generation apart.
Image: Alan Davie, Romance for Moon and Stars, 1964 (photo by Prudence Cuming Associates) © The Estate of Alan Davie. All rights reserved. DACS 2019.