Time Out says
Posted: Thu Nov 22 2012
Coles started out in the art world as a gallery director for Anthony d'Offay, opening her own gallery, Sadie Coles HQ in 1997. She made her name by being one of the first champions of Sarah Lucas (one of the original YBA's), and has some of the scene's hottest properties on her books including 2005 Turner Prize nominee Jim Lambie, figurative American painter John Currin and the late Angus Fairhurst recently adding Darren Bader, Helen Marten and Jordan Wolfson. The gallery has mounted a number of off-site projects in different locations and is currently based on South Audley Street and it's new location on Kingly Street.
What's on at Sadie Coles
The solo exhibition of the Glasgow-based artist features recent works from her Bat Opera series of paintings, as well as a group of collages created for a new edition of The Canterbury Tales, by Chaucer.