Five Exhibitions To See In London In March 2024

Five Exhibitions To See In London In March 2024
Cristina de Miguel Viento de Mar, 2023 (detail)
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As March unfurls its days, London transforms into a veritable treasure trove of artistic delights. Our Five Exhibitions To See In London In March 2024 offers a kaleidoscopic array to satiate your gallery-hopping cravings. Each selection promises a unique blend of inspiration and wonder, ensuring that your artistic itch doesn’t just get scratched — it gets a full-blown massage. These exhibitions promises to be a masterstroke of inspiration and awe to be indulged in!

Cristina de Miguel‘s inaugural solo exhibition at Almine Rech London is kicking off our Five Exhibitions To See In London In March. Fresh from a duo exhibition in New York in 2023, her work is a visual spectacle of daring and delight. Prepare to gape in awe at her painterly prowess that teeters thrillingly on the edge of daring and disaster, a dance of risk and revelation. The magic of Miguel’s process, while transparent, still leaves you spellbound in its visceral virtuosity.

Next, we pivot to Gallery 1957 for “Constellations Part 1: Figures On Earth & Beyond.” This multimedia extravaganza, co-curated by Katherine Finerty, Tracy NaaKoshie Thompson, and Nuna Adisenu-Doe, coincides with the gallery’s 8th anniversary. Celebrating the vibrant creative communities of Ghana and the UK, this exhibition is an artistic soul’s dream come true.

Our third stop on our Five Exhibitions To See In London In March is JC Gallery, showcasing “Seven Americans,” a tribute to the trailblazers of American Modernism. This is the first European ensemble of these seminal works featuring works by Oscar Bluemner, Arthur B. Carles, and more, including a spotlight on Alfred Stieglitz. It’s a deep dive into the heart of American artistic innovation.

Next stop in Five Exhibitions To See In London In March, we’re off to Saatchi Yates for Omar El Lahib‘s enchanting second solo show. His paintings blend the fantastical and the everyday, creating a mystical realm where sunflowers rule. El Lahib’s work promises to transport you to an extraordinary world of imagination.

Our final destination on our Five Exhibitions To See In London In March 2024 is Lisson Gallery for “Accordion Fields,” a group exhibition showcasing cross-generational painters. Spanning over three decades, these artists, with roots in London’s esteemed art schools, reflect on socio-political changes and the evolution of British painting. The exhibit spans two of Lisson Gallery‘s London spaces, offering a panoramic view of artistic evolution.

This was our Five Exhibitions To See In London In March 2024, a guide to keep you engaged while gallery hopping around London’s art scene. In addition, we have some notable mentions to add. For print enthusiasts, be sure to attend the London Original Print Fair at Somerset House, starting March 21st, 2024. And if you’re keen on expanding your collection, The Other Art Fair is an absolute must-visit. Both events promise to be a treasure trove for collectors and art enthusiasts alike we hope you enjoy!.

Our Five Exhibitions To See In London In March 2024

Cristina de Miguel: Dissolving
Cristina de Miguel Viento de Mar, 2023 (detail)

Cristina de Miguel: Dissolving

Almine Rech London is delighted to announce Cristina de Miguel‘s inaugural solo exhibition, following a duo exhibition at Almine Rech New York, in 2023. It’s okay to stop and stare, mouth open, gaping in wonder; it’s not very often you come across painterly feats so thrilling and risky, intemperately precarious and audacious, dancing so close to failure without any discernible safety net.

You may wonder how Cristina de Miguel does it, and she won’t mind telling you because she is deeply invested in process, but even knowing won’t dispel the frisson of mystery and magic, nor even the simple appreciation of something visceral and virtuosic at work.

Fun and friendly as her art is, it’s also uncanny, just different enough to perplex, accessible sure, but possessing of a certain effect and affect that, well, demands some explanation as to a how and why. To call it a trick or technique seems a poor choice of words because it implies a matter of control or determination too elusive for such a volatile medium, but the essence of her process is embodied in the fluidity of surface and form, a way of mixing paint, gesture and a half-drowning dose of water as she goes along.

Cristina de Miguel: Dissolving
February 29th — April 6th, 2024
Almine Rech
Grosvenor Hill
Broadbent House
London
W1K 3JH

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Five Exhibitions To See In London In March 2024
Adelaide Damoah, Arachne: Rebirthing Dislocated Cultures, 2023. Photo: Jennifer Moyes. Courtesy of the artist and Gallery 1957.

Constellations Part 1: Figures On Earth & Beyond

Gallery 1957 is proud to present its sister-city exhibition project Constellations, opening in London with Part 1: Figures on Earth & Beyond on 14 March. Coinciding with the gallery’s 8-year anniversary, this multimedia exhibition project brings together emerging and established artists from within the gallery’s programme and beyond, celebrating the creative communities burgeoning in Ghana and the UK.

Artists participating in this group show include those collaborating with the gallery for the first time; Adelaide Damoah, Alberta Whittle, Andrew Pierre Hart, Ayesha Feisal, Ayomide Tejuoso (Plantation), Denyse Gawu-Mensah, Henry Hussey, Lisa C Soto, Phoebe Boswell, Rashaad Newsome, and Sarah Meyohas, as well as long-term collaborators and artists in residence; Johannes Phokela, Larry Amponsah, Yaa Asantewaa Art Prize winner Lois Selasie Arde-Acquah, Modupeola Fadugba, and Zak Ové.

Co-curated by independent curator Katherine Finerty, curator and artist Tracy Naa Koshie Thompson, and Compound House Gallery founder Nuna Adisenu-Doe, Constellations celebrates the cultural exchange between London and Accra’s creative ecosystems with artists, curators, writers, and filmmakers. It considers how their interconnectivity breaks the boundaries of time and geography, inviting artists to respond to the unique natural and artificial habitats of both sites whilst considering elements that transcend them.

Constellations Part 1: Figures On Earth & Beyond
Co-curated by Katherine Finerty, Nuna Adisenu-Doe and Tracy Naa Koshie Thompson
14 March – 25 May 2024
Gallery 1957
1 Hyde Park Gate
London SW7 5EW

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Five Exhibitions To See In London In March 2024
Seven Americans Installation view

Seven Americans

JC Gallery has announced a new exhibition focusing on the ground-breaking artists that ignited the American Modernism movement with a selection of rarely-seen works on view from 22 January until 27 April 2024 in its Mayfair London space. Curated by James Ward, Founder of JC Gallery, James Ward Presents: Seven Americans will feature nine detailed and soulful artworks by Oscar Bluemner, Arthur B. Carles, Charles Demuth, Arthur Dove, John Marin and Joseph Stella, including a feature focusing on Alfred Stieglitz. The exhibition marks the first time the works have been shown together in Europe.

It was nearly 100 years ago that gallerist and photographer Alfred Stieglitz held his pioneering exhibition Seven Americans in his New York space. Heralding in a new era of American art, the exhibition showcased modernist styles, embracing the avant-garde artistic movements sweeping through Europe, such as Cubism, Futurism and Fauvism.

Seven Americans
22nd January – 27th April 2024
JC Gallery
14a Hay Hill
London
W1J 8NZ

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Five Exhibitions To See In London In March 2024

Omar El Lahib at Saatchi Yates

Saatchi Yates presents the second solo show by Lebanese artist Omar El Lahib. Blurring lines between the fantastical and the everyday, El Lahib’s latest paintings come alive in a mystical world beyond the ordinary, where sunflowers reign supreme.

‘I think Omar El Lahib would rather sleep during the day and stay up all night,’ Dina Bizri Zaki comments, ‘he does not seem that fond of daytime, maybe it is too earth-bound. The night unfolds as a magical realm where life undergoes perpetual reimagining through his prism. It is a realm where everything has the potential to change, experience transformation, and evolve into something or someone entirely different.’

Omar El Lahib at Saatchi Yates
6th March – 10th April 2024
Saatchi Yates
14 Bury Street
St James’s
London SW1Y 6AL

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Five Exhibitions To See In London In March 2024
Joseph Yaeger Lost in the Original, 2023 Watercolour on gessoed linen

Accordion Fields

A group exhibition of cross-generational painters, Accordion Fields presents a selection of works across both of Lisson Gallery’s London spaces. All eight artists, whether born or based in the UK or internationally, initially cultivated their artistic talent in London, studying at one of the city’s prominent arts schools and often in direct dialogue with one another.

Across a thirty-year span, the artists have witnessed a multiplicity of socio-political shifts, including London’s evolving relationship with the rest of the UK, Europe and the world, and an evolution in the position of British painting on a global stage. With works in the show spanning densely layered landscapes to compressed portraits and composite re-imaginings of past events, the participating artists together produce a symphony of painterly styles, exploring the indeterminate, liminal and multidimensional notions of space.

Accordion Fields
Varda Caivano | Sarah Cunningham | Dexter Dalwood | Pam Evelyn | Andrew Pierre Hart | Elinor Stanley | Tim Stoner | Joseph Yaeger
23 February – 4 May 2024
Lisson Gallery
27 Bell Street & 67
Lisson Street, London

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