Suzanne Jongmans - Mind Over Matter, GratitudeA magnificent new piece in the foam-sculpture portraits by Suzanne Jongmans has just been released.
'Mind Over Matter - Gratitude' is inspired by a detail of Holbein the Younger's 1528 devotional piece, Madonna of Dramstadt.
Laden with symbolism the piece addresses themes of commitment, endurance and gratitude.
In the artists words: "Mind over matter; be thankful for what is now. No excess of stuff, but experience more with less.
If the desire, dedication and reflection coincides in time there is a deep feeling of gratitude."
New Pearls Catalogue available onlineStephanie Hoppen Gallery is delighted to present you the new Pearls catalogue, available online. To see a large selection of exquisite pieces of jewellery, please click here
New StockMuch anticipated new work has arrived recently from Orlanda Broom, Chrisitan de Laubadere and Maria Torroba.
Please contact the gallery for further details.
Anne Penman Sweet: Deeps Seas, Steel StarsStephanie Hoppen Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of Anne Penman Sweet: Deep Seas, Steel Stars.
With titles such as Noctua, Fluvius, Aquarii and Alpheratz drawn from stars and constellations, the rigs and tankers which inhabit Anne Penman Sweet's new oil paintings recall the timelessness and awe of the sky.
From 2nd October, 2013.
LAPADA Art & antiques FairStephanieHoppenGallery is very pleased to participate in the 5th annual edition of LAPADA Art & Antiques Fair that will take place in Berkeley Square from September 25 to September 29.
You will find a selection of the latest works by some of our artists, including Federique Morrel and Anne Penman Sweet, on our stand B21.
For further information, please contact the gallery firstname.lastname@example.org
New Work - Porcelain by John BauerWe are now showing these exquisite porcelain bowls by South African ceramicist John Bauer. Using Sung Dynasty techniques, Bauer creates positive 'expressions' from the clay's surface rather than negative impressions. The artist salvages antique crochet cloth, linens and lace and makes these materials immortal by recreating them, stitch by stitch, in porcelain.
Summer Exhibition 2013Our annual Summer Exhibition has now opened: featured works by Orlanda Broom, Richard White, Maria Torroba and Rachel Levy.
New Work - Christian de LaubadereFollowing the success of our current show, we are delighted to announce the acquisition of three new large-scale works by Christian de Laubadere.
Suzanne Jongmans - New workWe are pleased to present two new available works by Suzanne Jongmans at Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, 'Patience' (left) and 'Room for Change' (right). Suzanne will be featured in an upcoming edition of Harpers Bazaar.
Christian de Laubadere - Catalogue Now OnlineIn preparation for the exhibition of Christian de Laubadere opening on 13th June, an online catalogue is now available to view online.
Click here to view
For further information or prices, please contact the gallery.
Maria Torroba - FabricationsWe will shortly be opening 'Fabrications': a new solo-exhibition featuring the enchanting mixed-media works of Spanish artist, Maria Torroba. 'Fabrications' opens May 16th and runs until June 10th. Click here to view the online catalogue.
Hendrik Kerstens in Harper's BazaarWe are delighted to see Hendrik Kersten's new series of photographic portraiture featuring in Harper's Bazaar.
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Christian de Laubadere - June 2013Preparations are well underway for our exciting exhibition of new works by Christian de Laubadere, opening in June later this year. Here is a sneak preview of just some of the beautiful works that will be on display.
New works arrived by Jef Van CampenIn preparation for our upcoming exhibition, Gliding Giants, we are very excited to be showing a select number of works by Jef Van Campen.
Art in the Yard:Paintings from a Small Island 2013A glance at Orlanda Broom's exhibition, Paintings from a Small Island at Art in the Yard, Franschhoek, S.A.
Orlanda Broom - Paintings from a Small Island 2013Orlanda Broom is also currently exhibiting further afield at the newly-opened gallery, Art in the Yard in Franschhoek, South Africa.
Click here to view the look-book for this exciting exhibition.
Orlanda Broom - Traces and Trails 2013Exhibition photos from 'Traces and Trails' 2013! The exhibition will run until the 15th April.
New Anne Penman SweetNew works have just arrived at the gallery from Anne Penman Sweet! See 'The Magus' (left) - oil on canvas, 120 x 150 cm.
Online Catalogue for Orlanda Broom Traces & TrailsThe online catalogue for Orlanda Broom's upcoming exhibition 'Traces & Trails' opening March 14th is now online.
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Through a Glass Darkly - ImagesA few images of our current exhibition, Through a Glass Darkly. Featuring works by Suzanne Jongmans, Jamie Baldridge, Hendrik Kerstens and James Ostrer.
Christian de Laubadere - New WorksTwo new works by French artist, Christian de Laubadere - "Peach Neck" and "Magenta Neck" - are currently featuring in our new exhibition, Through a Glass Darkly. The show's core theme is focused upon artists' varying interpretations of the female form.
Continuing with his niche practice, de Laubadere's works combine the richness of antique fabrics and gold leaf with the elegance of charcoal and sfumato.
January 2013Exhibition images showing the Rachel Lévy flower photography, and a Richard White oil painting.
Work in Stock by New ArtistWe are really excited to have some work by London artist Richard White. His oil on linen paintings are richly coloured impressions of nature - bursting with light and colour. A small selection of his works are on show now at the gallery.
New Work from Will AyresWill Ayres has just delivered some gorgeous new oil on linen paintings to the gallery. A departure from his New York series, these are still life paintings where larger than life vases of white roses and pink peonies are depicted in a very painterly way, demonstrating this artists astounding technical skill.
They are undeniably beautiful - as elegant as a 16th Century Dutch still life, yet with a contemporary sophistication.
Christian de Laudadere in World of InteriorsThere is a fabulous ten-page spread on the studio-home of Christian de Laudabere in Shanghai.
Like his stunning artworks, the artists' abode (a former wire-factory in the French Concession of Shanghai) is a stunning mix of eclectic antique and contemporary style, reflecting his French heritage and his fascination with his adopted East.
Maria Torroba at Palau de CasavellsFollowing on from the unprecedented success of her first exhibition here at Stephanie Hoppen Gallery, Maria Torroba is also achieving great things in her home country.
This summer she is participating in a group exhibition at the stunning 'Palau de Casavells' in Corca in Spain.
We await with anticipation to see images of her charming paintings in this most beautiful setting.
Orlanda Broom Selected for 2012 Summer ShowWe are thrilled to hear that Orlanda Broom has had a painting selected for the 2012 Royal Academy Summer Show.
The world's largest open selection contemporary art show, now in its 244th year showcases artwork by emerging and established artists in a variety of media. This year there were over 11,000 entrants.
Orlanda's painting 'Rum's Yard' will be on show at the Royal Academy from 4th June - 12 August.
Art & Antiques LondonWe are thrilled to be participating for the first time in Art & Antiques London, an exciting art fair in the Kensington Gardens.
It is one of London's most exciting and glamorous art and antique fairs, held in a bespoke pavilion opposite the Royal Albert Hall.
Art Antiques London
The show runs from 14-20th of June and we have plenty of tickets available - do please contact the gallery if you would like to come.
New Artist - Maria TorrobaJust arrived from Madrid are the wonderful mixed-media portraits of monarchs, inspired by the Golden Age of Spain and Europe.
These fabulous canvases are made up of oil paint and collage, incorporating antique fabrics, lace, newspaper and even shells collected on travels.
More paintings will be arriving soon!
Work in ProgressJames Holdsworth is busily painting in preparation for an upcoming exhibition in the summer. Two amazing new painting have just arrived at the gallery, and we can't wait to see what's next!
New Neck Paintings by Christian de LaubadereAfter much anticipation, 8 new "neck" paintings by Shanghai-based French artist Christian de Laubadere have arrived at the gallery.
Combining the richness of antique fabrics and gold leaf with the elegance of charcoal and sfumato, these pieces are mysterious and stylish.
London Art Fair 2012From 17th - 22nd of January we will be exhibiting at the London Art Fair, in Islington at the Business Design Centre.
You can find us on the upper level at ttand number G9 where we will be showing new work by Anne Penman Sweet, James Holdsworth and Orlanda Broom along with artists brand new to the gallery.
If you would like to request complimentary tickets, please contact the gallery.
Dec 2011 - New Large Rachel Lévy PhotographsWe have just received the large format works by Rachel Lévy. The works were made possible by the loaning of a large format camera to the artist by a High definition camera company - especially for this collection of works. Each limited edition photograph measures 123 x 88 cm when framed.
Here is an image of two of the Dahlias with the regular sized 'Poppy Matador' in the centre to show the scale!
Dec 2011 - New James HoldsworthThree new James Holdsworth paintings have just arrived at the gallery! See the artist's page for all three - 'Easy Rider' is pictured right.
Dec 2011 - New Orlanda BroomNew paintings by Orlanda Broom have just arrived at the gallery. They are: (clockwise from right) 'Blush Reeds', 150 x 120 cm, 'Latro', 100 x 120 cm, 'Four Mile Lagoon', 100 x 120 cm and 'Claudette's'. All are acrylic and resin on canvas.
New Tanker PaintingsTwo wonderful Tanker paintings by Stephane Joannes have just arrived at the gallery. These horizontal paintings are sought after by collectors from all over the world and will not last long!
Frederique Morrel - Exhibition ImagesThe gallery has been transformed by Frederique Morrel's life-sized tapestry sculptures! See images (right).
James Holdsworth - In BrugesJames Holdsworth's works are currently being exhibited at Absolute Art Gallery in Bruges. They are on show there as part of a collaboration between Absolute Art Gallery and Stephanie Hoppen Gallery. Further information about the gallery can be found here: www.absoluteartgallery.com
Passionate About PearlsFor four days only from 16th - 19th November, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery will be showing a collection of exquisite jewellery.
Pieces from designers from France, Italy, the US will be exhibited, as well as the renowned London jeweller Disa Allsopp.
The opening reception is to be held on the 16th November.
Please contact us for further information.
James Holdsworth - PAC Charity AuctionStephanie Hoppen Gallery & James Holdsworth have donated a painting for the upcoming PAC Gala Dinner & Auction Event. The event will celebrate 25 years of PAC, who'smission is to provide high quality, innovative services that support and make a difference to all those affected by adoption and permanency.
On Monday 7th November 2011, The Savoy Hotel will host a dinner and charity auction in aid of PAC. Champagne and canapés will be followed by a unique three course dinner prepared in the Savoy kitchens by our four Michelin starred chefs. After dinner Lord Dalmeny, Deputy Chairman of Sotheby's will conduct an auction of contemporary works of art.
For more information see here:
PAC Gala Fundraising Dinner & Auction
Frederique Morrel - 'Oh Dear! New Eccentricity'Forthcoming exhibition from the 16th of November to the 7th of December.
Deer, unicorn, foxes and bunnies shed their hides in exchange for a new skin of vintage tapestries to become one-of-a-kind 'artifacts' by French artist Frederique Morrel. The connection between the doing, making and experiencing of art is very important to Morrel. Each piece has a unique combination of found tapestries covering it, assembled in order to create an interaction between Art and Design.
Orlanda Broom @ Threadneedle Prize 2011Orlanda's painting 'Scarlett Ibis Lagoon' was selected last night as one of the critic's choices. Gyles Brandreth, the author, actor and broadcaster, chose Orlanda's work as his favourite at the Critics' View Event held on Wednesday evening.
If you haven't yet been to see the show do so now! It closes at 1pm on Wednesday 5th October.
Image: Orlanda and Gyles Brandreth in front of her work.
Threadneedle Prize 2011The Threadneedle Prize 2011 Exhibition is now open at the Mall Galleries. Visit now and vote for Orlanda Broom's beautiful painting 'Scarlett Ibis Lagoon' - voting closes on the 3rd October!
For directions see their website here
October 'Country and Town House'The October issue of 'Country and Town House' (out now) features both a full page Will Ayres advert and a write up of Anne Penman Sweet's new exhibition!
Hendrik Kerstens on Cover of NY Times MagazineYesterday Hendrik Kersten's portrait of Alec Baldwin graced the cover of the New York Times' September 11th edition. This is the third time his work has been featured on the cover of the magazine, due to his close collaboration with Kathy Ryan, the picture editor there. Please find below a link to an article about the cover yesterday, which also features past works Kerstens has done for the magazine.
Hendrik Kerstens in the New York TimesHendrik Kerstens has completed a series of portraits of television stars for the New York Times Magazine's Emmys Special. Entitled 'The High Art of TV', he has taken some of television's best known actors and photographed them in his unique style to create a mesmerising series of portraits. See examples right, and also at New York Times' website:
NY Times (opens in new window)
'Bough House' by Rob Heard has Arrived!A 'Bough House' by Rob Heard has just arrived and is now on display in our window!
British Artist Rob Heard's wooden 'Bough House' sculptures each take several months to construct. The creative process is an organic one: inspiration is taken from a bough of wood cut from local trees. The form of the 'House' follows the shape and twists of the wood, informing the design. With no limitation on the imagination, the 'Bough Houses' bring out an inner child-like quality in the viewer: the daring to dream.
Each piece is unique and finished with meticulous craftsmanship that will withstand the test of time. The artist envisages his works as interactive - they are to be played with, not just admired from a distance.
New Artist - Rajinder SinghFour paintings have just arrived at the gallery from our newest artist, Rajinder Singh. His fascinating and original works are made up of countless layers and combine Indian iconography and street art to give the appearance of aged city walls.
They are available at the gallery now.
Orlanda Broom in the Threadneedle PrizeOrlanda Broom's work 'Scarlett Ibis Lagoon' has been selected to be exhibited in the 2011 Threadneedle Exhibition.
Hers was one of only 52 works selected from over 4,350 submissions. The exhibition will take place in September/October 2011.
June 2011 - Hendrik KerstensJust in from Amsterdam, two stunning new photographs in the 'Paula Pictures' series by Hendrik Kerstens, 'Doily' and 'Cupcake'.
June 2011 - Rachel LévyBeautiful article on Rachel Lévy from French magazine 'Home Outdoor'.
May 2011 - Rachel LévyWe've just had some Rachel Lévy photographs framed in a pale wood - they look amazing!
May 2011 - Orlanda BroomNew works just in from Orlanda Broom - 'Shandilay' and 'Road To Concordia', both 122 x 122 cm, acrylic and resin on canvas.
May 2011 - Stephanie HoppenStephanie Hoppen featured in Country & Town House June issue - out now!
May 2011 - Denis FrémondFrench artist Denis Frémond's works are exhibited for the first time in the UK at the gallery in London until the end of May. Find more information on him under 'Artists'.
May 2011 - Denis FrémondNew works just arrived for the Frémond exhibition opening on the 7th May.
April 2011 - Vincent RicheuxNew works are at the gallery from French artist Vincent Richeux - such as 'Always Capitalism' (right), a diptych in acrylic on canvas and 'Triple Sh*t Up' (far right), also acrylic on canvas. Both works are on show at the gallery now.
April 2011 - Photos from the ExhibitionPhotos of the Eric Chan exhibition at the gallery until the end of April.
April 2011 - New Orlanda BroomA pair of new acrylic and resin paintings by Orlanda Broom. 'Flowers at Pigeon Point' and 'Wild Pomme', both 152 x 122 cm.
March 2011 - Betty Van der VoortWe have just received images of Betty Van der Voort's newest paintings! 'Green Mint and Tobacco' (right) and 'Purple and Caramel' - each is acrylic on canvas.
March 2011 - New Works by Orlanda BroomJust arrived at the gallery - 'Rose Water Cayes', 'Zepingue' and 'Tea Gardens'. 'Tea Gardens' pictured right.
James A Holdsworth - Exhibition Images from ParisExhibition Images from Paris, March 2011.
March 2011 - James A Holdsworth in ParisThroughout March James Holdsworth will be exhibiting a collection of works in Paris at Sibman Gallery in collaboration with Stephanie Hoppen. Holdsworth has received extensive coverage in the French press over the past 12 months, and now audiences will be able to see his unique works in France for the first time. Featuring the famous and infamous in colourful and glossy layered compositions, they will be on show in Place des Voges.
For further information please contact the gallery.
Rebecca Louise Law InstallationsTo complement the current exhibition of photographs by Rachel Levy, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery has specially commissioned two pieces by renowned London floral artist, Rebecca Louise Law.
A background in both fine art and professional floristry inform her practise of combining flowers and natural materials to create beautifully unique floral installations. For this exhibition, Rebecca has sourced antique Victorian wooden chairs, which she has filled with fresh flowers, seamlessly integrating man-made and natural materials. Over time the blooms fade and languish organically, revealing the unconventional beauty of faded grandeur captured in Levy's photographs.