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The Landscapes of Form – from the Angelic to the Grotesque
December 4, 2020 @ 11:00 am - December 13, 2020 @ 8:00 pm
4 – 12 December 11am – 8pm.
13 December 11am – 3pm.
THE BAKER HOWARD CONTEMPORARY is proud to present a select, and rather wonderful, group of artists on our new gallery hub which is a platform for exciting, emerging or ‘under-the-radar’ artists, giving them the opportunity they deserve, as we all come blinking into the daylight after a terrible year and two lockdowns. With a number of gallery closures, and many artists feeling they have ‘never had it so bad’, this is our contribution to keep them working and being creative. We aim to encourage innovation and the arts by providing this platform for our diverse, international and gender-balanced roster of artists’ who all have outstanding ability; very few have received the commercial recognition they deserve, and many are potential stars of the future. On our roster we have painters, synaesthetic artists, sculptors, photographers, installation artists, site-specific practitioners, and video producers; some at the cutting edge of artistic practice. They emerge from all corners of the World – France, China, Holland, Poland, Nicaragua, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Dubai, India, Russia, South Africa, Vietnam and many from the UK.
Anna Judy Dias, Anna Mazzotta, Dasha Eremeeva, Dieter Hanf, Emma Coyle,
Emmanuelle Revel-Pellet, Irene Hoff, Jake Nason, Jim Starr, KV Duong, Luong Trung,
Mai Huy Dzung, Mirek Struzik, Peter Mammes, Ricardo Maya, Robert Bradford,
Ruong Nich Du, Sandor Barics, Sheeba Khan, Tim Kingsmill-Brown, Zhuyu
The title given to our first show, The Landscapes of Form – the Angelic to the Grotesque, aims to reflect and celebrate the breadth of styles, emotions and energies, not only between our individual artists, but within their own oeuvre. It also aims to establish the philosophical and art historical basis, and, indeed, the essence of who we are, what we do, and why we do it.
At various times, this exhibition will also feature a live painting display and live DJ.
How we’re facilitating a covid-secure space:
Please be aware that we will have a limited capacity in the venue, and you may need to wait for a short amount of time before entering.
You will be requested to provide us with your contact details for Track and Trace. This can be done by scanning the Covid-19 QR code, or writing down your details. This information will be kept in accordance with GDPR.
We will require everyone attending the exhibition to wear a face mask and to maintain a social distance from other attendees.
Masks and hand gel will be provided, and we shall disinfect surfaces on a regular basis.More Details