No More Lonely Nights

No More Lonely Nights.

Summer 2023

Curated in an elegant townhouse in Chelsea, No More Lonely Nights embraces summer’s lightheartedness, abundance and playfulness with a selection of over thirty artworks by fourteen artists.

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For Nothing Is Simply One Thing.

For Nothing Is Simply One Thing.

May 2023

Taking place during London Craft Week, For Nothing is Simply One Thing brings together the work of international artists who celebrate, bend and embrace traditional craft techniques. From sculptural ceramics and glass pieces to richly textured paintings and works on paper, the artworks on display call upon disciplines usually associated with craft practices to highlight the ongoing dialogue between fine art and the decorative arts. 

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Charlotte Beaudry | Me.

Charlotte Beaudry | Me.

March 2023

Charlotte Beaudry | Me is the first solo show in the UK of renowned Belgian painter Charlotte Beaudry (b. 1968). Opening on International Women's Day, the exhibition brings together a selection of twenty paintings spanning the past fifteen years of her pratice. This show aims to provide a glimpse into Beaudry's unique world and celebrate a nuanced view of the female experience.

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Celeste: A Portable Landscape.

Celeste | A Portable Landscape.

January 2023

A Portable Landscape is the first solo show in the UK of Mexico-based artust duo Celeste. The exhibition brings together a selection of textile and copper works by María Fernanda Camarena and Gabriel Rosas Alemán, including a seven-metre-wide triptych, which have never before been shown in Europe.

Artworks by Celeste are available online and on a commission-basis. 

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Paper & Clay.

Paper & Clay.

December 2022

Presenting a selection of over thirty artworks, the exhibition reveals a rich variety of techniques that have been explored through contemporary ceramics and works on paper. From monotype prints, watercolours and preparatory sketches to ceramic art objects and porcelain sculptures, the works on display capture each of the artists’ unique aesthetics and visual languages when working in such art forms.

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All The Lives We Ever Lived.

All The Lives We Ever Lived.

September 2022

Taking place at Cromwell Place in London, All The Lives We Ever Lived is an exhibition that focuses on representations of the everyday in relation to personal memory. The paintings on show depict familiar occurrences that blur the boundary between reality and fantasy. Celebrating a holistic view of everyday life, these artworks shine a light on quotidian moments of pleasure from the dull to the grandiose, all of which are treated with equal importance by the artists.

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There Are No Strangers Here.

There Are No Strangers Here.

Spring | Summer 2022

Curated in collaboration with Modernity London, this intimate display brings together over thirty unique artworks by ten rising artists, along with a selection of rare Nordic furniture. Touching upon the themes of love, friendship and memory, the selection conveys a dreamy atmosphere, filled with romantic references, strange yet familiar at the same time.

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Words Don't Come Easy.

Words Don't Come Easy.

Autumn | Winter 2021

Objects of art are said to be a language, they speak to us in their own way with, or without, the use of words. Displayed and photographed in a Parisian apartment, Words Don’t Come Easy brings together eight contemporary artists, with an emphasis on language and conceptual practices. 

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Until the Walls Became the World All Around.

Until the Walls Became the World All Around.

Spring | Summer 2021

Hosted by the Van Gogh House in London, Until the Walls Became the World All Around features over forty works by nine artists and embraces our yearning for change, hope and new dreams. 

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Do Not Swear by the Moon.

Do Not Swear by the Moon.

Winter 2020

Do Not Swear by the Moon pays tribute to the home as an inspirational space, the cosiest of all refuges. Photographed in a collector’s flat on Cadogan Place, it presents over fifty artworks and design pieces by twelve contemporary artists.

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Living Well is the Best Revenge.

Living Well is the Best Revenge.

Autumn 2020

Entitled Living Well is the Best Revenge, Canopy Collections’ inaugural collection is a celebration of art and life. It presents over forty colourful and bold artworks, photographed in an artist’s home in Camden, London.

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