日本の陶芸家 三人展 SAWADA | KONTANI | SASAKI saw three Japanese self-taught ceramicists exhibit their work for ten days at Sway Gallery in London. The exhibition showcased new works by firm favourite Shinichi Sawada, alongside the first British showcase of Akio Kontani and Nobuo Sasaki.
Ten works by Shinichi Sawada were selected to be on the Outsider Art Fair curated presentation at Frieze New York 2019. ‘The Doors of Perception’ featured over forty visionary artists works, curated by Javier Téllez.
Jennifer Lauren Gallery made her debut at the Drawing Now Paris Art Fair in 2019
Jennifer Lauren Gallery will be returning to the Outsider Art Fair in New York for her second appearance, bringing along new artists, some classics, as well as some familiar faces from last year.
Building on the success of its last three exhibitions, the fourth Jennifer Lauren Gallery offering features three artists from across the world, all sharing their memories in an explosion of colour, line and form: Ben Wilson (London), Garrol Gayden (New York) and Robert Fischer (Germany).
The Jennifer Lauren Gallery presents From starlings to earth things and all the fish that cannot swim, featuring intricate black ink drawings on chinese scroll paper and sculptures made from items found on the streets of London, created by the self-taught artist Kate Bradbury.
Jennifer Lauren is excited to be making her debut at the Outsider Art Fair in New York, showcasing not only British artists but several from Japan!
The Jennifer Lauren and Henry Boxer Galleries present Blinko & Neate: Unlocking Worlds, featuring intricate, often melancholic drawings by Nick Blinko and automatic creations by Chris Neate. Both artists portray a fantastical attention to detail with microscopic precision in their works.
Jennifer Lauren Gallery is delighted to present its first show and the first solo show for the late Masao Obata. After featuring in the successful Souzou: Outsider Art from Japan at the Wellcome Collection in 2013, Obata’s work has rarely been seen in Japan or overseas. This exhibition brings together a collection of 15 works, which can be seen alongside a film from 21-25 June 2017 in London