Posts Tagged ‘Annely Juda Fine Art’

Ten and a half and still going strong

CHELSEA space #61 -  Leslie Foxcroft: 'Corners'

CHELSEA space #61 – Leslie Foxcroft: ‘Corners’

Our 61st exhibition, Leslie Foxcroft: Corners, is now in its final week. This elegantly poised minimal installation helps us reflect not only on the excellent work of this highly respected artist but also on the architecture that it inhabits.

Leslie Foxcroft

Leslie Foxcroft ‘Defining’ 2015

The material language of MDF, screws and washers is unembellished and clear and Foxcroft’s title – Corners – is equally … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Roger Ackling 1947 – 2014

Roger Ackling at CHELSEA space in 2011

Roger Ackling at CHELSEA space in 2011

CHELSEA space was very sad to hear that the artist Roger Ackling passed away on Thursday 5th June 2014.

Roger Ackling installing his show at CHELSEA space

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Roger made a very memorable solo exhibition at CHELSEA space in 2011 entitled  Down To Earth 

Roger Ackling installing 'Down To Earth'

Down To Earth

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Neue Slowenische Kunst, Clyde Hopkins, Peter Fillingham, Roger Ackling, and Peter Downsbrough

New Collectivism 'Baptism Under Triglav'

Our exhibition Neue Slowenische Kunst has kicked off a season of activity around NSK and we are now looking forward to IRWIN – Time For a New State and NSK Folk Art at Calvert 22 and the symposium and Laibach concert at Tate Modern.

Clyde Hopkins 'Fiveacre'

Meanwhile, Clyde Hopkins’ exhibition of wonderfully hallucinogenic  paintings at our sister gallery Chelsea Futurespace  has been extended and … More To Follow: Read The Full Text Here

Private views, Rietveld chairs, The Worlds End and Dragons Den

Richard Long with his portable Roger Ackling sculpture

The private view for Roger Ackling was a fantastic celebration and a big crowd, from young students to seasoned professionals, turned out to see Roger’s work and enjoy time with him. Artist Richard Long became a temporary performative  part of the show as he moved around revealing a work by Roger that he held in his hand.

old friends - Matt Rugg, Roger Ackling, and Ian Parker

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