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🎂 Happy   to Richard Smith!⁠⁠Born on this day in 1931, Smith gained renown as ‘the British painter in America’, bringing...
27/10/2023

🎂 Happy to Richard Smith!⁠

Born on this day in 1931, Smith gained renown as ‘the British painter in America’, bringing the formal elements of abstract expressionism and the iconography of commercial culture onto the modern British art scene. A highly original thinker, Smith created an entirely novel and innovative style of painting consisting of sculptural works made from tent manufacturing materials. Smith’s three-dimensional works challenged the conventions of paintings by rejecting traditional flat and rectangular structures.

Smith moved to New York in 1959 and became fascinated by its metropolitan display of billboards and neon signs, a vista which he described as “a new experience of pictorial space.”

“Every painting or drawing or print he produced was always a thrill and a beautiful song — and a dream on the eye.” — Bernard Jacobson, ‘Some of the artists I have worked for’ (2019).

🔗 To learn more about Richard Smith’s life and works, head to the link in our bio. ⁠

📸 Images:⁠
1. Photograph of Richard Smith in his studio, in ‘Richard Smith: Uptown Downtown 1959-63’ (Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, 2018).
2. Richard Smith, ‘Cash Register/ One of Three’ (1965), acrylic on canvas.

💥 NOW OPEN 💥IFPDA Print Fair📅 27th - 29th October 2023📍 Javits Center655 West 34th StreetNew York, NY 10014🖼️ Booth 215B...
26/10/2023

💥 NOW OPEN 💥

IFPDA Print Fair

📅 27th - 29th October 2023

📍 Javits Center
655 West 34th Street
New York, NY 10014

🖼️ Booth 215

Bernard Jacobson Gallery presents prints by Sir Anthony Caro, Sam Francis, Henri Matisse, Robert Motherwell, Ed Ruscha and William Tillyer.

⏰ Fair opening hours
Friday | 11am - 7pm
Saturday | 11am - 7pm
Sunday | 11am - 5pm

🔗 To explore the works for sale, head to the link in our bio.

📸 Images: Install shots of Booth 215 at the IFPDA Print Fair.

🗞️   | Robert Motherwell: Pure Painting opens tomorrow at Kunstforum Wien, Vienna, following its critically acclaimed di...
11/10/2023

🗞️   | Robert Motherwell: Pure Painting opens tomorrow at Kunstforum Wien, Vienna, following its critically acclaimed display at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth.

“An absolutely intellectual painter, Motherwell imbues his work with both affect and asceticism, which he sees as reflecting the human psyche. The Opens group of works represents this aspect of his being, which occupied him in over 200 works from 1967 to 1981 - resulting from the relationship between the proportions of two paintings leaning against each other in his studio. In this “pure” painting of rigor and reduction, Motherwell conveys emotions through sophisticated color systems and reserved expression.”

The exhibition is on display through 14th January 2024.

🔗 Read the press release in full at the link in our bio.

📸 Image: Robert Motherwell, Interior with Pink N**e (1951), oil on Masonite © 2023, Dedalus Foundation.

🎨   | Robert Dukes, Scissors (2020)Robert Dukes was born in Hull, Yorkshire in 1965. He began his studies at Grimsby Sch...
07/10/2023

🎨 | Robert Dukes, Scissors (2020)

Robert Dukes was born in Hull, Yorkshire in 1965. He began his studies at Grimsby School of Fine, followed by Slade School of Art. After graduating in 1988 Dukes continued to draw, until his motivation to paint was reignited in 1998 after painting a still life of a coffee mug.

Scissors, 2020, displays an open pair of orange scissors, situated off centre, and is encased by an opaque blue background. The composition is simple, yet the vivid colours and delicate brushstrokes draw out the tactility of the scissors. The shadows in the piece softly outline the scissors suggesting a three-dimensional object, and creating the illusion of depth.

His colour palette is bold, bright, and often two-toned, as seen in his still lifes, which tend to utilise contrasting colours. Each day, prior to painting, Dukes will begin by drawing a reproduction of a historical artwork, to set his mind into motion. Dukes states that the realised image became his oeuvre, as opposed to the gestural work of his student years.

“I get excited looking at things and it makes me want to paint them” - Robert Dukes, interviewed by Neil Plotkin (2011).

🔗 Click the link in bio to learn more.

📸 Image: Robert Dukes, Scissors (2020), oil on board. 

 

🎨   | Robert Dukes, Scissors (2020)Robert Dukes was born in Hull, Yorkshire in 1965. He began his studies at Grimsby Sch...
07/10/2023

🎨 | Robert Dukes, Scissors (2020)

Robert Dukes was born in Hull, Yorkshire in 1965. He began his studies at Grimsby School of Fine, followed by Slade School of Art. After graduating in 1988 Dukes continued to draw, until his motivation to paint was reignited in 1998 after painting a still life of a coffee mug.

Scissors, 2020, displays an open pair of orange scissors, situated off centre, and is encased by an opaque blue background. The composition is simple, yet the vivid colours and delicate brushstrokes draw out the tactility of the scissors. The shadows in the piece softly outline the scissors suggesting a three-dimensional object, and creating the illusion of depth.

His colour palette is bold, bright, and often two-toned, as seen in his still lifes, which tend to utilise contrasting colours. Each day, prior to painting, Dukes will begin by drawing a reproduction of a historical artwork, to set his mind into motion. Dukes states that the realised image became his oeuvre, as opposed to the gestural work of his student years.

“I get excited looking at things and it makes me want to paint them” - Robert Dukes, interviewed by Neil Plotkin (2011).

📸 Image: Robert Dukes, Scissors (2020), oil on board.

William Tillyer: The Mulgrave Tensile Wire Works is now available on-site or on the Bernard Jacobson Gallery website.The...
05/10/2023

William Tillyer: The Mulgrave Tensile Wire Works is now available on-site or on the Bernard Jacobson Gallery website.

The catalogue features contributions from art historian John Yau, and poet Robert Vas Dias. Yau’s essay provides an analysis of the Mulgrave Tensile Wire Works, exploring the themes behind them and Tillyer’s radical reinvention of still lifes. Vas Dias’ poem is based on Tillyer’s A Bowl of Fruit on My Front Lawn, which is on display at the gallery.

A selection of the works, featured in the catalogue, will be on display in the gallery until 28 October, 2023.

🔗 Follow the link in our bio to shop now.

📸 Images: Cover and pages from William Tillyer: The Mulgrave Tensile Wire Works (2023).

💥OPEN NOW💥⁠⁠Bernard Jacobson Gallery presents William Tillyer: The Mulgrave Tensile Wire alongside The Scalby Suite etch...
28/09/2023

💥OPEN NOW💥⁠

Bernard Jacobson Gallery presents William Tillyer: The Mulgrave Tensile Wire alongside The Scalby Suite etchings and Study for a Constructed Painting watercolours.

“This exhibition presents Tillyer’s reinvention of the traditional still life genre. The first series, the Mulgrave Tensile Wire Works (2021-22), are painted on wire mesh deconstructing the conventional relationship between medium and support. The second series, the Scalby Suite etchings (2022), demonstrate Tillyer’s skill as a printmaker while including his distinctive grid motif. The final series on display are the watercolours, Study for a Constructed Painting (2023), which reveal Tillyer as the colourist and simultaneously exhibits the unifying structure of the grid.”

The exhibition is open from 28 September- 28 October 2023.

⏰ Gallery hours
Monday - Friday | 10.00 - 18.00
Saturday | 11.00 - 16.00

🔗 To learn more about the exhibition online, follow the link in our bio. ⁠

📸 Images: Installation shots of William Tillyer: The Mulgrave Tensile Wire Works at Bernard Jacobson Gallery.

🗞️   | Robert Motherwell and Multiplicity opens today at The Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut.“Presenting approxim...
23/09/2023

🗞️   | Robert Motherwell and Multiplicity opens today at The Bruce Museum in Greenwich, Connecticut.

“Presenting approximately 30 drawings, collages, prints, and print folios from the Bruce Museum’s permanent collection, along with works on loan from the Dedalus Foundation and Kasmin Gallery, this exhibition explores the deep significance of multiplicity across Motherwell’s artistic practice. 

Motherwell embraced printmaking as a particularly fruitful arena for producing overlaps and confrontations with other media, using lithography and intaglio printing as well as creating prints based on his works in other media. For Motherwell, printmaking became a tool to probe the limits and possibilities of his practice, transforming his work in painting, drawing, and collage.”

The exhibition is on display through 3rd December 2023.

🔗 Read the press release in full at the link in our bio.

📸 Image: Detail from Robert Motherwell, America – La France Variations III (1984),
colour lithograph. © 2023, Dedalus Foundation.

🖼   | Sir Howard Hodgkin was born in London in 1932 and grew up in Hammersmith Terrace. He moved to New York for three y...
18/09/2023

🖼 | Sir Howard Hodgkin was born in London in 1932 and grew up in Hammersmith Terrace. He moved to New York for three years before returning to London where he resided until his passing in 2017.

During his time in New York City, Hodgkin created three soft ground etchings: Artist and Model, Artist and Model (in green and yellow) and Those … Plants, which was originally titled These F***ing Plants – a snippet from a conversation the artist overheard. All three prints centre a silhouette bust in front of a window, which distinguish them from Hodgkin’s multitude of abstract works.

Hodgkin first learned to make etchings at Petersburg Press (which eventually published these three works). Maintaining his commitment to capturing fleeting moments, he used delicate hand colouring in tones of verdant green, orange and warm terracotta to infuse his contemporary artistic style into the historical technique of printmaking. 

All three prints are held in the collection of the Tate galleries in London.

🔗 Head to the link in our bio to view more of Hodgkin’s works.

📸 Images:
1. Sir Howard Hodgkin, Artist and Model (in green and yellow) (1980), soft-ground etching with hand colouring in watercolour and gouache on paper.
2. Sir Howard Hodgkin, Artist and Model (1980), soft-ground etching with hand colouring in watercolour on paper.
3. Sir Howard Hodgkin, Those … Plants (1980), soft-ground etching with hand colouring in watercolour and gouache on paper.

🗞   | Curator David Platzker profiles Ed Ruscha’s early work for Artforum’s September issue, ahead of the artist’s first...
06/09/2023

🗞 | Curator David Platzker profiles Ed Ruscha’s early work for Artforum’s September issue, ahead of the artist’s first Museum of Modern Art retrospective later this month.

“Ruscha’s drive straight out of high school was born of neither wanderlust nor economic anxiety; rather, it was spurred by a desire for new prospects beyond the limitations of Oklahoma City. Los Angeles offered the possibility of an education in graphic design and new adventures in a city experiencing a rapid evolution in the advertising, film, television, and technology sectors.

In turn, the booming growth of the middle and upper classes had the capacity to sustain—albeit marginally—art galleries, which afforded scrappy young artists opportunities and odd jobs to make ends meet.”

🔗 Read the article in full at the link in our bio.

📸 Image: Ed Ruscha, ‘Box Smashed Flat (Vicksburg)’ (1960-1961), oil and ink on canvas. © Ed Ruscha/Artforum, 2023.


📜   | Today marks sixty years since the death of Georges Braque on the 31st August 1963, at his home in Paris, France.“’...
31/08/2023

📜 | Today marks sixty years since the death of Georges Braque on the 31st August 1963, at his home in Paris, France.

“’The senses deform’, he wrote, ‘the mind forms. Work to perfect the mind. There is no certitude but in what the mind conceives.’ Braque understood the deep implication that the ‘merely’ sensational — what is seen, touched, smelt, heard and tasted — are Blake’s ‘doors of perception’. Through painting, he believed, things are transfigured; they find their ‘destiny’: ‘Once an object has been integrated into a picture, it accepts a new destiny and at that same time becomes universal.’

For Braque, the eye and the mind are one; together with memory and apperception they constitute the basis for metaphysical apprehension. These little still life paintings provide mysterious glimpses of eternity.”

— Mel Gooding, in ‘Georges Braque: The Poetry of Things’ (Bernard Jacobson Gallery, 2021).

🔗 Visit the link in our bio to learn more about Braque’s life and works.

📸 Images:
1. Ida Car, ‘Georges Braque, 1960’ © National Portrait Gallery, London.
2. Georges Braque, ‘L’oiseau volant vers son nid’ (1955), collage with gouache and pencil on the cover of Jaarboek (1953).

📚 Today we are highlighting Robert Motherwell: The Making of an American Giant, written by Bernard Jacobson and publishe...
03/08/2023

📚 Today we are highlighting Robert Motherwell: The Making of an American Giant, written by Bernard Jacobson and published by 21 Publishing.

In this illuminating monograph, available to view in the gallery and to purchase via our online store, Jacobson takes a wider approach and examines Motherwell’s art in the context of twentieth-century American culture.

“America’s music and literature were indigenous triumphs, while its art was slowly learning to become American. Imitation metamorphosed into resistance, soon to be named Abstract Expressionism, an art of raw feelings without subject matter other than itself. Motherwell’s career and achievement were more slow-burning than most. Unlike his colleagues, many of whom killed themselves or died young, he was always the intellectual, an Apollonian among Dionysiacs, and was able to create a considerable body of work that is only now, twenty-five years after his death, beginning to be unraveled, understood and fully appreciated.”

🔗 Follow the link in our bio to shop now.

📸 Images: Cover and pages from Robert Motherwell: The Making of an American Giant (2015).

💥OPEN NOW💥⁠⁠Bernard Jacobson Gallery presents a three-part showcase of works by American artist Robert Motherwell (1915-...
24/07/2023

💥OPEN NOW💥⁠

Bernard Jacobson Gallery presents a three-part showcase of works by American artist Robert Motherwell (1915-1991). This final exhibition showcases a selection of paintings, including works from the ‘Open’ and ‘Elegies to the Spanish Republic’ series.

The exhibition is on display throughout the summer.

Monday - Friday | 10.00-18.00

🔗 To learn more about the exhibition online, follow the link in our bio. ⁠

📸 Images: Installation photographs of Robert Motherwell: Paintings.

🗞   | ‘Matisse by Matisse’, the first ever solo exhibition of the artist’s work in mainland China, has opened at UCCA Ce...
20/07/2023

🗞 | ‘Matisse by Matisse’, the first ever solo exhibition of the artist’s work in mainland China, has opened at UCCA Center for Contemporary Art, Beijing, in collaboration with Musée Matisse Le Cateau-Cambrésis.

CGTN’s ‘Culture China’ platform interview Philip Tinari, the director of the UCCA, on the significance of the show.

“In this collection, which was selected by Matisse, we see an overview of who he was and how he grew and changed as an artist. By looking at this exhibition, we are looking at Matisse's own understanding of his evolution as an artist. That's why we call this exhibition 'Matisse by Matisse’”

”Matisse was really active in the early years of the 20th century. Interestingly, that's the time when you have Chinese artists studying in Paris, like Liu Haisu and Guan Liang. They were seeing works by Matisse and other modern artists. They wrote about them and even held interesting debates over them. We wanted to show that Matisse's emergence as an artist happened at the same time that China's own modern art movement was flourishing”

🔗 To read the CGTN article in full, follow the link in our bio.⁠

📸 Image: Henri Matisse, A study for the front cover of the journal Verve volume IV, no. 13, entitled “Henri Matisse. De la couleur” (1945), lithograph, printed by Draeger Frères, 36 x 26.8 cms. Courtesy of Musée Matisse Le Cateau-Cambrésis/Philip Bernard © Succession H. Matisse 2021.



🎨 Happy   to Bram Bogart!⁠⁠Born on this day in 1921, Bogart is considered one of the most important post-war matter pain...
12/07/2023

🎨 Happy to Bram Bogart!⁠

Born on this day in 1921, Bogart is considered one of the most important post-war matter painters. Associated with the artists of the Art Informel movement, his work is distinguished through the sheer quantities of paint he layered upon canvasses and stretchers. These heavily impastoed surfaces call our attention to the textural qualities of paint, and muddle the formal boundary between painting and sculpture.

Beginning his career as a commercial sign painter in Rotterdam, it was in 1950, in Paris, that Bogart had a stylistic breakthrough and honed the technique he remains widely known for. Layers varied between five and fifteen centimetres in thickness, with each completed work weighing up to three hundred kilos. As a result of this immense mass, Bogart tended to work on wooden panels on the floor, applying paint liberally with a trowel or squeegee.

Bogart created a concrete-like slurry in his signature powdery hues by combining paint with materials such as linseed oil, stand oil, dry pigments, mortar, sand and plaster. The exact formula he favoured is still a guarded secret.

🔗 To learn more about Bram Bogart, follow this link: https://www.jacobsongallery.com/artists/32-bram-bogart/overview/

📸 Image:
1. Bram Bogart photographed at Bernard Jacobson Gallery, 2011.
2. Roland Janssen (ed.), Bram Bogart (São Paulo: Musée Pinacoteca do Estado, 1996).

🗞   | Curator and art historian Catherine Craft reviews Robert Motherwell: Pure Painting, currently on view at the Moder...
06/07/2023

🗞 | Curator and art historian Catherine Craft reviews Robert Motherwell: Pure Painting, currently on view at the Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, for The Brooklyn Rail.

“The persistently fascinating element of Motherwell’s painting oeuvre is this admittedly elusive quality: a sort of awkwardness, a seeming reluctance to let things be, one layer of black (the most consistent element throughout these paintings) upon another, the edges of forms almost-but-not-quite meeting, a narrow if idiosyncratic range of colors frequently glimpsed only at these near-junctions. Large shapes and colors often sit uneasily, their drama tempered by the smallest of adjustments”

“His paintings testify to the ongoing labor of finding a way to paint, to keep going, to refuse to be paralyzed by all the information in one’s head—whether the overwhelming achievements of modernist predecessors or the relentless onslaught of the world—and to give expression to one’s self (whatever that may be) and be willing to risk whatever has been achieved by going into the painting one more time.”

🔗 To read the review in full, follow the link in our bio.⁠

📸 Image: Robert Motherwell, Hollow Men’s Cave, 1986-89/c. 1990, acrylic and charcoal on canvas, 72 × 84 inches. Private Collection, Minneapolis © 2023 Dedalus Foundation/Artists Rights Society, New York.





🎨   | Robert Motherwell's painted motifs⁠⁠Robert Motherwell was an experimenter: in gesture, pigment, texture, medium an...
06/07/2023

🎨 | Robert Motherwell's painted motifs⁠

Robert Motherwell was an experimenter: in gesture, pigment, texture, medium and motif. When the artist found a motif that held an emotional resonance, it would reemerge in subsequent works. A seminal example is the Open series, born in 1967 with a serendipitous discovery in his Manhattan studio. Motherwell noticed a small canvas leaning, stretcher side up, against a larger canvas prepared with a base layer of ochre yellow acrylic. Motherwell was struck by the “beautiful proportion,” and in this moment fixed the smaller canvas upon the ochre and recorded its outline in charcoal. With this act, he created the first Open: a motif defined by its three lines or, in Motherwell’s words, its three-sided window. ⁠

In Premonition Open, with Flesh over Grey (1974), a pinkish ochre has been layered over a foundation of a similarly deep charcoal. The grey is exposed to our view in places where Motherwell’s brushstrokes are looser, creating an expressionistic and sporadic distribution of the rosy colour field. The sharp Open form occupies the upper plane, its linearity standing in contrast to softer surrounds.⁠

Whilst Motherwell’s Elegies of the Spanish Republic were composed in response to the atrocities of the Spanish Civil War, the Open series did not take its cue from particular memories, places or people. Instead, the compositional spontaneity of the Open motif speaks to Motherwell’s intuitive self-reflection and the scope of his automatic intentions. As the thick black ovals of the Elegies morph across canvasses, so too does the three-sided window reappear in strokes loose and concise; lines broad and delicate; hues dark and light.⁠

Premonition Open, with Flesh over Grey (1974), is currently on display at Bernard Jacobson Gallery in Robert Motherwell: Paintings.⁠

🔗 To learn more about the exhibition, follow this link: https://www.jacobsongallery.com/exhibitions/110-robert-motherwell-paintings/

📸 Images:⁠ Details from Premonition Open, with Flesh over Grey (1974), acrylic, charcoal, and graphite on canvas.⁠

30/06/2023

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Robert Motherwell: Paintings | From 29 June 2023

Bernard Jacobson Gallery presents a three-part showcase of works by American artist Robert Motherwell (1915-1991). This final exhibition celebrates Motherwell’s paintings.

The artist established himself as a painter in the late 1930s, catalysed by his work as a set designer for the Little Theatre in Paris and the influence of professor Meyer Schapiro at Columbia University.
Whilst Motherwell embraced a range of artistic mediums throughout his career, he made a critical switch to acrylic paint in the 1960s due to its fast drying properties and the freedom this enabled in comparison to oil. He was drawn to a rich palette, particularly hues of ochre, black, vermilion and powder blue, and declared “I belong to a family of ‘black’ painters and earth color painters in masses, which would include Manet and Goya and Matisse.”

His painterly techniques, though, developed from those of the New York School, as automatic gestures and wandering brushstrokes allowed for intuitive abstraction.

🔗 To learn more about the exhibition, follow this link: https://www.jacobsongallery.com/exhibitions/110-robert-motherwell-paintings/

📸 Images:
1. Detail from The Studio (1987), acrylic and charcoal on canvas.
2. Detail from Shem the Penman #19 (1983), acrylic and charcoal on canvas.
3. Detail from Homage to Catalonia (1985), acrylic on canvas.

📣 Last chance to enjoy Robert Motherwell: Collages and Works on Paper at Bernard Jacobson Gallery, which closes on Satur...
21/06/2023

📣 Last chance to enjoy Robert Motherwell: Collages and Works on Paper at Bernard Jacobson Gallery, which closes on Saturday 24 June. This is the second exhibition of our three-part showcase of Motherwell works.

🕐 Gallery Hours:

Mon - Fri | 10am - 6pm

Sat | 11am - 4pm

🔗 To learn more about the exhibition, follow the link in bio.⁠

📸Images: Installation shots of Robert Motherwell: Prints
                                       

📚️ Today we are featuring Robert Motherwell Paintings and Collages: A Catalogue Raisonné 1941-1991, published by Yale Un...
19/06/2023

📚️ Today we are featuring Robert Motherwell Paintings and Collages: A Catalogue Raisonné 1941-1991, published by Yale University Press.⁠

Available to view in the gallery and to purchase via our online store, this richly detailed three volume publication forms the ultimate reference companion to our current exhibition.⁠

772 of Motherwell’s works on paper and 889 of his collages are illuminated by essays from art historians Jack Flam, Katy Rogers and Tim Clifford, which explore the artist’s relationship to abstraction, figuration and modernism. ⁠

🔗 Follow this link to shop: https://www.jacobsongallery.com/store/publications/51-robert-motherwell-paintings-and-collages-a-catalogue-raisonne/

📸 Images: Box cover and pages from Robert Motherwell Paintings and Collages: A Catalogue Raisonné 1941-1991 (2012).⁠






08/06/2023

💥 NOW OPEN 💥⁠

Robert Motherwell: Prints | 8 June 2023

Bernard Jacobson Gallery presents a three-part showcase of works by American artist Robert Motherwell (1915-1991). This second exhibition concentrates on a selection collages and works on paper.

Motherwell’s works are full of exploration, serving as a mode of transitioning his unconscious emotions onto paper. He was particularly drawn to this medium and admired its physical qualities, often allowing him to spontaneously draw with a sense of immediacy, devoid from the constraints presented by painting. Motherwell resisted the preconceived notion that works on paper are of lesser value and emphasised the medium’s importance in its explorative ability.

Alongside his drawings, Motherwell produced many collages which were similarly used as a mode to channel his visual vocabulary and apply his automatic gesture. Such materiality enabled an intimate insight into the mind and artistic process, freeing his gestural impulses.

🔗 To learn more about the exhibition, follow this link: https://www.jacobsongallery.com

📸 Image:
1. Robert Motherwell, Gauloises on Green with Ultramarine No. 3 (1972), acrylic and paper collage on board, 50.8 x 40.4 cms (20 x 15 7/8 ins)
2. Robert Motherwell, Brasileira (1975), acrylic, graphite and printed paper collage on canvas laid on board, 121 x 91 cms (47 5/8 x 35 7/8 ins).
3. Robert Motherwell, Green Gauloises (1973), acrylic, graphite and printed paper collage on board, 42.6 x 36.8 cms (16 3/4 x 14 1/2 ins).

📣 Last chance to enjoy Robert Motherwell: Prints at Bernard Jacobson Gallery, which closes on 3 June. This is the first ...
31/05/2023

📣 Last chance to enjoy Robert Motherwell: Prints at Bernard Jacobson Gallery, which closes on 3 June. This is the first exhibition of our three-part showcase of Motherwell works.

🕐 Gallery Hours:

Mon - Fri | 10am - 6pm

Sat | 11am - 4pm

If you are unable to attend our Duke Street St. James’s space, Bernard Jacobson Gallery offers a comprehensive three-dimensional digital presentation of the exhibition.
�🔗 To enter the exhibition online, follow this link: https://artspaces.kunstmatrix.com/en/exhibition/1946025/robert-motherwell-prints

📸Images: Installation shots of Robert Motherwell: Prints

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