Current Exhibitions

Leon Belsky

20th April - 8th May 2017

The Russian-Canadian painter – back for another Catto show is a celebrated artist whose work is loved by private collectors and exhibited by public galleries all over the world.

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Philip Jackson

April 2017

Fans of Philip’s work will be thrilled to see this show delve deeper into the psychology of the human form. Curious hooded figures abound, each rising out of the ground like organic structures. There is such skill and subtlety at play here. But then Philip has dedicated himself to his craft for around 60 years and is more in demand than ever.

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Previous Exhibitions

Rachel Deacon

2nd - 20th March 2017

Rachel’s blend of the traditional and the contemporary has proved a potent mix. She is one of the Catto’s most beloved artists. This will be her third show at the Catto since her debut in 2012.

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Richard Twose

9th – 27th February 2017

After coming second in the BP Portrait Award at the National Portrait Gallery in 2014, Richard Twose decided it was time to become a full-time artist. He has subsequently had a series of fascinating commissions and his work is now held in several private and public collections in this country and internationally. This is his first exhibition with the Catto.

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John Duffin

Sunday 4th – 22nd December 2016
These paintings and etchings are celebrations of the city, skirmishes between light and dark... John’s work is an unperturbed reminder of creativity and confidence in the city.

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Ian Berry

16th - 30th November 2016

Ian's  new works will certainly expand his fanbase. Their technical brilliance and emotional complexity mark a new phase in his career. Wherever your home is, it should certainly have one.

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Derek Balmer

10th - 28th November 2016

Derek Balmer’s glorious new show is full of vivid and colourful semi-abstract landscapes. Inspired by scenes in Italy, France and Spain, his paintings sum up the memory and feeling of being there.

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Mark Edwards

20th October - 7th November 2016

This is Mark Edwards’ third Catto show. His last two were sellouts, vindicating his decision to focus all his artistic energy on one aesthetic. One setting, actually: the White Wood...In every new painting, Mark is still trying to find the answer. And so are his legions of fans...

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Bogdan Molea

29th September - 18th October 2016

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Brett Humphries

29th September - 18th October 2016

The still life is over 400 years old. Brett seeks to bring a modern sensibility to his arrangements. “I look for a modern interpretation of the genre, with the light, colours and subjects of more contemporary work.”

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Ali Esmaeilipour

29th September - 18th October 2016

Ali Esmaeilipour’s current paintings deal in objects, which he paints with impeccable technique. As a result, the little tableaus of lace, fruit, animals, fabrics and birds can be disarmingly beautiful. But look more carefully and there is often a sense of disquiet in these works.

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Bruce Yardley 2016

8th - 26th September

Celebrating his 10th solo show at the Catto Gallery, Bruce has travelled around the UK and Italy and bought back beautiful paintings of gilded interiors, sun-drenched landscapes and romantic night time cafe scenes.

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Summer exhibition

Open stock rooms
4th August - 4th September 2016

Catto Gallery is opening its stock rooms for the summer. We have over 250 paintings from more than fifty artists to view. Please come in and browse... you may find something unexpected.

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The British Landscape

14th July - 2nd August 2016

The British landscape can be a place of rapturous beauty, bleak majesty and occasionally supernatural mystery. Catto has travelled across meadows, moors and mountains to bring together some of today’s finest landscape work.

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Elena and Michel Gran

16th June – 5th July 2016

The stacked, complex arrangements of objects take the viewer into their special world of riddles, paradoxes, irony and playful charm. A fondness for visual dialogue that draws people into this world is present throughout their art.

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Alan Parry

26th May – 14th June 2016

Alan is recognised as one of England's finest landscape painters after many decades of diligent work. This new show consolidates his status.

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Sue Fitzgerald

11th - 31st May 2016

In 28 new paintings, Sue explores once again the shimmering beauty of European landscapes and the tactile delight of silks, ceramics, artefacts and fabric.

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Nicholas Verrall

14th April - 5th May 2016

This is Nicholas Verrall's 11th show at the Catto Gallery. Nick travels to special corners of Europe and returns with paintings of heart-rending beauty. Collectors adore them. 

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Pam Hawkes

17th March - 5th April 2016

The ambiguity is what people love about Pam’s work. And they really do love it. Pam is one of the Catto’s most popular artists, and fans will be delighted with her fabulous third show.

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Sophie Ploeg

17th March - 7th April 2016

In this new collection for the Catto, works such as White Dove display Sophie’s astonishing ability to reproduce the texture and contours of lace. But there is far more than just formal rigour in these paintings.

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Alain Bertrand

25th February - 3rd March 2016

The French painter’s love affair with evocative portraits of post-war Americana continues. Alain has finally brought his painter’s eye to the UK too and the results are fabulous.

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Walasse Ting (1929 - 2010)

8th - 23rd February

Six years after his death, Walasse Ting is emerging as one of the most interesting and important painters of the 20th century.

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