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.
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.
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...
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.