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In Residence III
4 Cromwell Place London SW72JE
20 June - 1 July 2023
In Residence III is an exhibition in a series previously mounted in Fitzroy Square, London. Taking place in the Pavillion Gallery at Cromwell Place, South Kensington, the exhibition runs from 20th June – 1st July 2023 during London Art Week.
In Residence III is a collaboration between Oliver Sears Gallery Dublin and Ting-Ying, a Hong Kong based ceramics and glass gallery founded by Peter Ting and is curated by Irish born London based Brian Kennedy.
The exhibition features gallery artists and some key international artists. There are obvious echoes of East meets West as the Chinese artworks brought by Ting-Ying sit deliberately but easily with the stable of mainly Irish based artists from Oliver Sears Gallery.
In Residence III is accompanied by an illustrated catalogue with essays by Sean Rainbird formerly of The Tate and Director of the National Gallery of Ireland and Emma Crichton-Miller, Editor-in-Chief of The Design Edit and fine art writer.
Cromwell Place is one of London’s most exciting arts destinations, with a year-round programme of diverse exhibitions and events across 15 gallery spaces. Comprising a terrace of 5 magnificent refurbished and reconfigured Victorian buildings that include the studio of Belfast born painter, Sir John Lavery as well as his former home which he shared with his American born wife, Hazel. These spaces are now transformed into contemporary art galleries while retaining the history of the building and the artistic legacy of their former residents.
Having presented two highly acclaimed In Residence exhibitions also curated by Brian Kennedy in Fitzroy Square, London in 2015 and 2016, Oliver Sears Gallery and Ting-Ying Gallery invite you to view their new exhibition of painting, sculpture and ceramic in their debut at Cromwell Place.
Claire Curneen, Nick Miller, John Ffrench
Barrie Cooke, Abigail O'Brien, Vezzini & Chen
Sarah Walker, Babs Haenan
Robert Motherwell, Bridget Riley, James Rosenquist, John Ffrench, Carol McNicoll