At this swish gallery, writer and curator Alison Jacques shows emerging and established names such as André Butzer, plus works from the estates of Robert Mapplethorpe and Hannah Wilke. Established in 2004, it operated out of an eighteenth-century Mayfair town house until 2007. The current space is set over 3,500 sq ft and includes two ground floor exhibition spaces. Alison Jacques has made her name supporting young artists fresh out of art school, who have gone on to achieve international recognition. Her roster includes UK talents Ian Kiaer, Paul Morrison and Catherine Yass, as well as non UK-based artists such as Thoms Zipp, Tomory Dodge.
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16-18 Berners St
|Opening hours:||Tue-Sat 10am-6pm|
|Transport:||Tube: Piccadilly Circus|
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Ryan Mosley is an English painter in his early 30s. In this, his third solo show at this smart Fitzrovia gallery, Mosley portrays tribal and ethnographic subjects with a vivid palette and bold application of pigment. The result often has an element of humour, as well as a creepy, sinister undertone that one cannot quite put one’s finger on. Well worth seeing.