Leading up to Christmas we have an exciting sculpture exhibition introducing four new artists from around the world: Fabienne Auzolle from France, Stephen Glassborow from Australia, John Huggins from Britain and Israeli sculptor Nimrod Messeg from Spain.
October - November 2017
In September we have a show of brand new works by egg tempera artist Colin Fraser. Colin is one of Catto Gallery’s most collected artists, and is a master of his medium. His exquisite paintings include still-lives, seascapes and a new series of cityscapes from Toronto.
28th September – 16th October 2017
Seven years after his death, Walasse Ting’s place as a giant of 20th century painting is assured. In this new exhibition, Catto Gallery is excited to reveal a selection of never-before-seen Ting paintings. They come direct from the artist’s estate and showcase the vivid style that collectors love best: of sensuous women, inscrutable animals and floral bursts.
July - August 2017
Our summer show is a variety of works by different gallery artists and includes new paintings from Ramsay Gibb, Elena & Michel Gran, Russell West and Sally Ann Fitter, plus new sculptures by Nimrod Messeg. A great opportunity to view a wide range of styles in one space.
11th May - 29th May 2017
Katy’s paintings combine elements that every viewer can relate to: the innocence of children; nostalgia for the past; the mystery of nature. They also hint at stories that keep us searching for clues. We are excited about showing Katy's first exhibition at the gallery.
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.