Marc Blane: Financial Statements
20 November – 6 December
The Autumn series at Gallery Petit has begun with an outstanding exhibition of Marc Blane’s Financial Statements. It opened Tuesday night and was extremely well received by the large number of guests who attended. The show continues until the 6th of December.
Financial Statements brings together Blane’s controversial series of mixed media works which are hand-cut and defaced US dollars on Belgian linen – outlawed in the United States and showing in London for the first time.
“Blane shows an impressive pragmatism in treating money as a potent creative fuel”
- London City Nights
Contact Gallery Petit for catalogue of works available.
11 December – 10 January
During the holiday season Gallery Petit will be exhibiting ‘Rip It Up and Start Again’, a sneak preview show featuring works by the British artist, Richard Walker.
This show is an opportunity to view a selection of Walker’s iconic 1970’s works which celebrate the British ‘Punk’ legacy and will form part of a larger exhibition scheduled for the Spring of 2014 .
Walker’s work successfully transports its viewers back to the wild anarchic spirit of ‘punk’ only moments away from where it all erupted on the Kings Road. The original screen prints, produced between 1975 and 1978, evoke the provocative and edgy spirit within which they were made.
Look for the article on Walker in the December issue of Sloane Square Magazine out this Saturday 23rd November.
¡Bienvenido a Sudamérica!
Moving into the New Year Sandra will revisit Latin American with a trip to Colombia, Brazil and Chile. She will attend the ArtCartagena Fair from 9-12 January 2014 in Cartagena, Colombia and then go onto Rio and San Paolo, Brazil, Santiago and Valpariso, Chile.
On her return to Colombia she will visit artists in Bogota and Medellin: Carlos Jacanamijoy (pictured left with Sandra), Mariapaz Jaramillo, Guillermo Londono, Miler Lagos and Clemencia Escheverri whose work she hopes to bring to the UK soon.
On the final leg of her journey she will again visit Cartagena to attend the Hay Festival and the first Cartagena Biennale before returning to London to share with you, in her next newsletter, whom and what she has discovered.
Gallery Petit is available for viewings by appointment Monday to Friday 10-6pm. Viewings can also be arranged for Saturday and Sunday upon request.