• Kristina Reingoldt

DECEMBER ART GUIDE



Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh


Venue: Saatchi Gallery Address: Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road, London, SW3 4RY Cost: £33.00 Dates: 09 September 2019 - 13 November 2019


The mystery of one of the most famous pharaohs of Ancient Egypt - Tutankhamun has been captivating the world for 100 years. On November the first, 1922 CE, British explorer Howard Carter 'stepped on a platform he found after clearing ancient debris from the construction of tombs.' It was the first step of a sunken staircase leading to the tomb of the of King Tutankhamun. If Carter wouldn't persist in his quest, we would have never known this fascinating story of the boy king! For the first time, Saatchi Gallery brings a collection of 150 artefacts together in one space to tell the story of the life of King Tutankhamun. More than 60 of artifacts are exhibited outside of Egypt for the first time! It is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity to see these precious findings!



Kate Daudy: It wasn't that at all


Venue: Saatchi Gallery Address: Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road, London, SW3 4RY Cost: Included into Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh ticket Dates: 2 November 2019 - 3 May 2020


If you are visiting Saatchi Gallery to see the Tutankhamun exhibition, don't leave just yet! This year's Saatchi Gallery Artist in Residence programme invited talented British artist Kate Daudy to respond to the key themes explored in Tutankhamun: Treasure of the Golden Pharaoh. Daudy immerses herself in the subject, establishing her relationship with the faith and traditions of Ancient Egypt through extensive research. The exhibition consists of several installations inviting visitors to discover the mystery of Ancient Egypt. During the next 6 months, Kate Daudy will also engage in a series of talks and events interrogating the subject of interest even further. Check the Saatchi Gallery website for more information!



Small is Beautiful XXXVII


Venue: Flowers Gallery   Address: 82 Kingsland Road, London E2 8DP Cost: Free Dates: 28 November 2019 – 4 January 2020


The annual exhibition titled - Small is Beautiful has been established at Flowers Gallery in 1974. Since then gallery invites artists in residence as well as external artists to create a piece specifically for the exhibition. There is one rule though, it can't be bigger than 7 x 9 inches (18 x 23 cm). Every piece in the exhibition is for sale. It gives you an amazing opportunity to treat your self to a piece of art from a favourite artist and discover new names. Or maybe you want to treat your loved one with something special this Christmas!



Sterling Ruby: Acts & Tables


Venue: Gagosian Gallery Address: 6–24 Britannia Street, London WC1x 9JD Cost: Free Dates: 2 October 2019 – 14 December 2019


Sterling Ruby is an American artist, who works with a large variety of media. This is his first solo exhibition at Gargosian, Britannia Street. The artist himself described the use of different media as 'a kind of schizophrenic labour strategy. There is a lineage that links everything that I do together.' The exhibition will consist of two series of works: ACTS (2006–18) and TABLES (2015–19). A large number of works presented at the gallery span between sculpture, ceramics, videos and drawings. However, all works are connected by a narrative that explores ' themes of societal and art historical friction, generating feelings of anxiety and agitation '.



Roy Oxlade


Venue: Alison Jacques Gallery Address: 16-18 Berners Street, London W1T 3LN Cost: Free Dates: 15 November 2019 - 11 January 2020


Roy Oxlade is one of the key painters of British post-war art historical narrative. Unfortunately, it is only now, a few years after his death, his work is finally being understood and fully explored. Alison Jacques Gallery is hosting second solo exhibition of Oxlade’s work on paper. It will reveal to visitors, artists endless experiments and studies of crayon and pastels, as an important medium. ‘The works in the exhibition are also reflective of recurring motifs in Oxlade’s art, such as the juxtaposition between object and subject; and the grid format, which was relied upon to create order.’


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