Exhibitions

Thu 04 Mar 2021 - Sat 26 Jun 2021
New Art Projects, London
Alex Hudson

Alex Hudson – Any Time Now

Alex Hudson  – Any Time Now New Art Projects are delighted to be re-opening by appointment from April 15th 2021. The gallery will be open to visitors on Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 12-6. While it is ok to walk up and visit us wearing a mask, gallery numbers are restricted to 4 people from a … <
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Alex Hudson Cici
Fri 30 Apr 2021 - Sat 26 Jun 2021
New Art Projects, London
Hattie Malcomson

Hattie Malcomson – ‘Sisters, Sisters, Sisters’

Hattie Malcomson ‘Sisters, Sisters, Sisters’ New Art Projects are delighted to announce the first solo show by Hattie Malcomson. Hattie Malcomson graduated from her painting degree at the University of Brighton in 2020, this is her first gallery exhibition since leaving University. The central subject of her practice is the process of women empowerment explored … <
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Mon 28 Jun 2021 - Tue 28 Sep 2021
New Art Projects, London
Zachari Logan

Wild Flower: Zachari Logan at Canada Gallery
 A partnership with New Art Projects

Wild Flower: Zachari Logan at Canada Gallery A partnership with New Art Projects, London Canada Gallery Pall Mall, London, SW1Y 5BJ Curated by Fred Mann June 28 – September 18, 2021 Mon – Sat 11.00am – 5.45pm For his exhibition at Canada Gallery, Saskatchewan-based artist, Zachari Logan, has combined key elements of his practice. Logan has … <
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Thu 01 Jul 2021 - Sat 07 Aug 2021
New Art Projects, London
Adam Hennessey

Adam Hennessey – ‘Adam and Steve’

For Adam Hennessey’s third solo show at New Art Projects ‘Adam and Steve’ he looks back to his awkward teenage years growing up gay in the 1990’s. Hennessey describes his new paintings as “memory fantasies”. He uses a reduced palette of greens, to create an artificial light that helps to set the scenes in them, … <
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Thu 01 Jul 2021 - Sat 07 Aug 2021
New Art Projects, London
Kate Belton

Kate Belton – a special project

For her first solo show at New Art Projects, Kate Belton started making works on paper, working in mono print and watercolour. Her subject matter is at first glance, landscape, however ideas of memory, pattern and repetition also inform her compositions. The works for this exhibition are centred on the east end of London and … <
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