Caroline Kha, The Tourist

Exhibition dates: 7 June - 29 June

Private View 6 June, 6.30 - 8.30 pm

dalla Rosa Gallery

121 Clerkenwell Rd


The Tourist is an exhibition of new work by Caroline Kha that plays on the construction of place through found images, tokens, maps, postcards and travel guides. The show is an invitation to travel and spend time looking at things familiar in a new context. Kha's second solo show at dalla Rosa Gallery will include new paintings, drawings, collages, and installation.

Kha's collage, "La Nina, El Nino", has also been selected in the annual RA Summer exhibition which runs from June 10 - 18 August 2013.  

Meet the artist Caroline Kha at dalla Rosa Gallery, Saturday 15 June 3 - 4.30 pm. 

> Read more

Read More

Hossein Valamanesh: Breath

Exhibition dates: 28 May - 28 June 2013

Tuesday - Friday 12noon - 6pm or by appointment. 

Rose Issa Projects

82 Great Portland Street  

'In each breath we take there are two gifts.
The air that fills our lungs prolongs life.
Giving that air back to the world refreshes the soul. For each one of these Gifts, each time we receive it, we must give thanks.'
- Extract from Saadi's Gulistan, 1259 AD, Shiraz, Iran

Hossein Valamanesh’s works range from multi-media installations to sculpture, video, painting and drawing.  Breath, his first solo exhibition in London, will showcase this variety of practice through a selection of bronze sculptural pieces, two installations and several works on paper. 

> Read More

Read More

Janet Laurence, The Ferment

11 April - 12 May 2013

The Fine Art Society Contemporary

The Fine Art Society Contemporary is proud to announce The Ferment, the first major UK solo show for one of Australia’s most respected living artists, Janet Laurence.

For over thirty years Laurence has been examining the complex relationships between natural and man-made environments, making nature at once her subject and her object.

The Ferment presents a selection of work from recent years. Laurence’s early works used an alchemical language of matter to evoke spaces and fields of memory. This basic language has never left the work but it has found new departures and expressions in the other series in the exhibition, including the Glasshouse works which, present the grand structures now ghosted out as memory spaces for the wonderment of plants. Laurence also conjures threatened environments and habitats as works of protest and protection and explores images of regeneration and healing from the ashes of fires. 

​> Read more

Read More