Timothy Taylor

Timothy Taylor Focusing on contemporary and modern art, Timothy Taylor has gallery spaces in London and New York. Timothy Taylor is a fine art gallery with spaces in Mayfair, London and Chelsea, New York City.
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Over the past twenty years Timothy Taylor has developed a multigenerational roster of contemporary artists and post-war artists’ estates. Its rotating exhibition program includes curated group and solo exhibitions that emphasize the gallery’s strong presence in the secondary market as well as its representation of living artists. Timothy Taylor was founded in 1996 on Bruton Place, Mayfair. In 2003

Over the past twenty years Timothy Taylor has developed a multigenerational roster of contemporary artists and post-war artists’ estates. Its rotating exhibition program includes curated group and solo exhibitions that emphasize the gallery’s strong presence in the secondary market as well as its representation of living artists. Timothy Taylor was founded in 1996 on Bruton Place, Mayfair. In 2003

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One week to go! IRL (In Real Life), our next group exhibition, opens 8 July at 15 Bolton Street, London.Drawing from the...
01/07/2021

One week to go! IRL (In Real Life), our next group exhibition, opens 8 July at 15 Bolton Street, London.

Drawing from the popular Internet acronym referring to the division between relationships on and offline, 'IRL' explores how moments of social connection have been transfigured by a pandemic that profoundly reduced human contact, blurring the distinction between real and virtual experiences.

'IRL' features work by Kesewa Aboah, Rebecca Ackroyd, Alma Berrow, Lily Bertrand-Webb, Will Brickel, Sahara Longe, Lydia Pettit, Jiab Prachakul, Alexis Ralaivao, Erin M. Riley, Antonia Showering and Honor Titus.

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Jiab Prachakul, Postcard from Bangkok, 2021.© Jiab Prachakul.

Daniel Crews-Chubb's first institutional exhibition 'The Consequences of Play' opens today at Wellington Arch, London wi...
30/06/2021

Daniel Crews-Chubb's first institutional exhibition 'The Consequences of Play' opens today at Wellington Arch, London with a series of six epic paintings executed on a classical scale.

Commissioned by English Heritage, the cycle of paintings is inspired by Peter Paul Rubens' celebrated 1638 painting 'The Consequences of War', an allegorical commentary on the state of a European continent ravaged by the Thirty Years' War. Crews-Chubb's paintings explore themes of war, victory and heroism through vibrantly coloured collage-based paintings, recording a narrative that reflects the convoluted entanglements of our own contemporary political context.

Art critic Matthew Collings writes: 'Daniel’s paintings have a theme specifically suited to this venue, and it’s a very important one for our time - fight war, choose peace. He took Rubens’ frightening allegory, Consequences of War and changed it to Consequences of Play .. Let’s counter war with play was his notion. Let’s not have a society based on hate.'

'The Consequences of Play' runs until 12 March 2022 at Wellington Arch.

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Installation images, Daniel Crews-Chubb: The Consequences of Play, Wellington Arch, 2021.

Don't walk, run - 'Reconfigured', our current group exhibition, ends this Saturday at our temporary space in Chelsea, Ne...
10/06/2021

Don't walk, run - 'Reconfigured', our current group exhibition, ends this Saturday at our temporary space in Chelsea, New York, located at 518 West 19th Street, NY.

Ten artists living and working in the UK explore new approaches to identity and the body through paintings, sculpture, film, animation and photography. The human self takes shape through the imprint we leave on the world around us, as in the work of Olu Ogunnaike and Isabella Benshimol Toro, as well as in twisted, contorted forms expressive of pain or emotional ambiguity, as in paintings by George Rouy and Patrick H Jones.

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Installation images, Reconfigured, Timothy Taylor New York, 2021.

Tonight in NY: Join us from 6:30–8pm at 518 West 19th Street, NY, for an evening of music by sound collective GEORGIA, i...
09/06/2021

Tonight in NY: Join us from 6:30–8pm at 518 West 19th Street, NY, for an evening of music by sound collective GEORGIA, inspired by our current group exhibition of early-career U.K.-based artists, 'Reconfigured'.

Focusing on work that deals with figuration and the human body, Reconfigured explores how a new generation of artists is challenging visual traditions and cultural assumptions surrounding depictions of the self. This is the third event in a series of interactive events with New York-based artists, musicians and curators, created to respond to the themes and concepts within the exhibition. This event is programmed by Emulsion magazine.

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Tonight in NY: Join us from 6:30–8pm at 518 West 19th Street, NY, for an evening of music by sound collective GEORGIA, inspired by our current group exhibition of early-career U.K.-based artists, 'Reconfigured'.

Focusing on work that deals with figuration and the human body, Reconfigured explores how a new generation of artists is challenging visual traditions and cultural assumptions surrounding depictions of the self. This is the third event in a series of interactive events with New York-based artists, musicians and curators, created to respond to the themes and concepts within the exhibition. This event is programmed by Emulsion magazine.

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@emulsionmagazine
#TimothyTaylor #Reconfigured #Georgia @georgiastudio

Based in NYC? Join us tomorrow for an evening of music responding to 'Reconfigured', our current group exhibition of ear...
08/06/2021

Based in NYC? Join us tomorrow for an evening of music responding to 'Reconfigured', our current group exhibition of early-career, UK-based artists, featuring the sound duo GEORGIA.

Where: 518 West 19th Street, NY
When: 6:30–8pm

GEORGIA is a New York-based sound-making collective comprised of members J.Tripp and Brian Close. Known for their experimental work and diverse command of music and sound, GEORGIA has conceived a selection of music inspired by the themes of identity exploration, figuration and the body as seen in the exhibition.

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Installation image, Reconfigured, Timothy Taylor New York, 2021.

Based in NYC? Join us tomorrow for an evening of music responding to 'Reconfigured', our current group exhibition of early-career, UK-based artists, featuring the sound duo GEORGIA.

Where: 518 West 19th Street, NY
When: 6:30–8pm

GEORGIA is a New York-based sound-making collective comprised of members J.Tripp and Brian Close. Known for their experimental work and diverse command of music and sound, GEORGIA has conceived a selection of music inspired by the themes of identity exploration, figuration and the body as seen in the exhibition.

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Installation image, Reconfigured, Timothy Taylor New York, 2021.

In preparation for his solo exhibition 'Lightscapes', now on view in our New York gallery, artist #DingYi spent up to tw...
06/06/2021

In preparation for his solo exhibition 'Lightscapes', now on view in our New York gallery, artist #DingYi spent up to twelve hours a day painting and drawing alone in his West Bund studio in Shanghai.

This period of solitude prompted new insights into how our fractured world might try to connect and communicate in a year without parallel. 'The Covid-19 pandemic has prompted many questions that have impacted my work,' Ding reflected in a recent interview with curator Alexandra Munroe (@alexandramunroe). 'How has Covid affected the possible future of globalisation, the art world, and contemporary Chinese art? Would that movement be forced to be stopped by the pandemic? I’ve also been thinking about the political, social and economic future of China as well as China’s integration into the entire globe. Would that be devastated by the pandemic as well?'

These thoughts on our fragile place within the world fuelled the emphasis on light and the cosmos in Ding's latest series of abstract paintings, now on view at our New York gallery in 'Lightscapes'.

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Ding Yi, Appearance of Crosses 2020-20, 2020. © Ding Yi.

Happy #SpringBankHolidayWeekend in the UK and #MemorialDay in the US! Both our London and New York galleries are closed ...
28/05/2021

Happy #SpringBankHolidayWeekend in the UK and #MemorialDay in the US! Both our London and New York galleries are closed through Saturday, 29 May-Monday, 31 May. We look forward to welcoming you back through our doors on Tuesday, 1 June. 😊

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David Hockney, Arrival of Spring No. 1, 2011.

Happy #SpringBankHolidayWeekend in the UK and #MemorialDay in the US! Both our London and New York galleries are closed through Saturday, 29 May-Monday, 31 May. We look forward to welcoming you back through our doors on Tuesday, 1 June. 😊

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David Hockney, Arrival of Spring No. 1, 2011.

Two days to go - Hilary Pecis's first solo exhibition with Timothy Taylor, 'Piecemeal Rhythm', opens this Thursday, 14 M...
11/05/2021

Two days to go - Hilary Pecis's first solo exhibition with Timothy Taylor, 'Piecemeal Rhythm', opens this Thursday, 14 May in London. Pecis's new large-scale paintings reveal the artist's singular approach to perspective, where patterns play tricks on our vision and interiors and landscapes alike appear as vibrant prisms of colour and symbol, moving fluidly from abstraction to figuration and back again.

'Piecemeal Rhythm' will run until 26 June at 15 Bolton Street.
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Hilary Pecis, Jubilee, 2021. © Hilary Pecis.

Two days to go - Hilary Pecis's first solo exhibition with Timothy Taylor, 'Piecemeal Rhythm', opens this Thursday, 14 May in London. Pecis's new large-scale paintings reveal the artist's singular approach to perspective, where patterns play tricks on our vision and interiors and landscapes alike appear as vibrant prisms of colour and symbol, moving fluidly from abstraction to figuration and back again.

'Piecemeal Rhythm' will run until 26 June at 15 Bolton Street.
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Hilary Pecis, Jubilee, 2021. © Hilary Pecis.

'A couple lounge on the flower-dotted grass, gauging the prospects of eternal love against time's gathering clouds. A wo...
11/03/2021

'A couple lounge on the flower-dotted grass, gauging the prospects of eternal love against time's gathering clouds. A woman in a yellow dress abandons her saddle shoes at a sock hop. Tennis players measure their strokes up against old-timey nets. A young Miles Davis cradles his horn on a stump, honing his chops in the great outdoors on the way to transforming a thousand smoke-filled clubs. Honor Titus’s paintings, on display at Timothy Taylor, New York until March 27, adroitly mine the grand bohemian tradition of freewheeling leisure,' writes Arty Nelson in GQ.

Honor Titus: For Heaven's Sake remains online and at our New York gallery for just two more weeks - if you haven't seen them yet, run!
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Installation image, Honor Titus: For Heaven's Sake, Timothy Taylor New York, 2021.

#GQ #HonorTitus #ContemporaryPainting

'A couple lounge on the flower-dotted grass, gauging the prospects of eternal love against time's gathering clouds. A woman in a yellow dress abandons her saddle shoes at a sock hop. Tennis players measure their strokes up against old-timey nets. A young Miles Davis cradles his horn on a stump, honing his chops in the great outdoors on the way to transforming a thousand smoke-filled clubs. Honor Titus’s paintings, on display at Timothy Taylor, New York until March 27, adroitly mine the grand bohemian tradition of freewheeling leisure,' writes Arty Nelson in GQ.

Honor Titus: For Heaven's Sake remains online and at our New York gallery for just two more weeks - if you haven't seen them yet, run!
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Installation image, Honor Titus: For Heaven's Sake, Timothy Taylor New York, 2021.

#GQ #HonorTitus #ContemporaryPainting

We are delighted to announce Kiki Smith: Autumn at Timothy Taylor London, running until 15 November. Kiki Smith (b. 1954...
05/10/2020

We are delighted to announce Kiki Smith: Autumn at Timothy Taylor London, running until 15 November.

Kiki Smith (b. 1954, Nuremberg, Germany) is recognized for her prolific and wide-ranging multidisciplinary career spanning over four decades, which has addressed the social, cultural and spiritual aspects of human nature. Much of Smith’s work is inspired by her own perceptions of animals and the natural world as it changes through the seasons, blended with the imagery of folklore, mythology and mysticism. Kiki Smith: Autumn evokes this lyrical confluence between the earthly and the fantastic, which will be examined through a selection of small sculptures, etchings and prints created between 2014 and the present day.

Now open until 30 August 2020 ONLINE: Artful Living: Curated by Steven Gambrel at timothytaylor.com. Gambrel is known fo...
09/07/2020

Now open until 30 August 2020 ONLINE: Artful Living: Curated by Steven Gambrel at timothytaylor.com. Gambrel is known for creating sophisticated, spirited interiors that seamlessly blend contemporary and traditional art and design with vernacular architectural details. Focusing on creating a harmonious relationship between art and design in the home, Artful Living invites visitors to explore works by artists who have been featured in Gambrel's inspiring interiors.

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We've been featured on Artnet's 10 Things Not to Miss! Don't miss Josephine Meckseper: Pellea[s], now online for a limit...
30/03/2020
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We've been featured on Artnet's 10 Things Not to Miss! Don't miss Josephine Meckseper: Pellea[s], now online for a limited time, where we're bringing all the subversive appeal of Meckseper's eerie film to the comfort of your own home.

This week's virtual editors' picks includes Hauser & Wirth's first online show and a Josephine Meckseper film from Timothy Taylor.

UPDATE: In light of the developing COVID-19 virus, we have postponed the opening of "A Relationship of Parts: Christy Ma...
12/03/2020

UPDATE: In light of the developing COVID-19 virus, we have postponed the opening of "A Relationship of Parts: Christy Matson and Taylor Kibby" at Timothy Taylor, New York. We look forward to sharing new details on the exhibition's dates.

#LookingForward at #TimothyTaylor : A Relationship of Parts: Christy Matson and Taylor Kibby kicks off Thursday, 26 March with an opening reception at 6pm in our #NewYork gallery. Los Angeles-based artists Christy Matson and Taylor Kibby, who each explore the intersection between craft, materiality and conceptual art, are part of a movement of artists rewriting the possibilities of painting and sculpture. Matson creates large-scale, compellingly painterly abstract textiles, while Kibby forges delicate, malleable stoneware sculptures that resemble chains. Together, their works explore ideas of memory, narrative and space while challenging traditional hierarchies between craft and fine art. #WatchThisSpace

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Christy Matson, Full Moon Forest, 2016
Taylor Kibby, Imagined Present, 2019

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09/03/2020

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Join us on Tuesday, 10 March at 6:30pm for the London premiere of Josephine Meckseper: Pellea[s], open March 11-23 2020....
05/03/2020

Join us on Tuesday, 10 March at 6:30pm for the London premiere of Josephine Meckseper: Pellea[s], open March 11-23 2020. The premiere will be followed by the artist in conversation with writer and curator Michele Robecchi. Based on Maurice Maeterlinck’s Symbolist play, Pelléas and Mélisande, and set in Washington, D.C., Pellea[s] narrates the story of a doomed love triangle against the backdrop of real footage captured from Donald J. Trump's 2017 Presidential Inauguration and the landmark women’s march that followed. The film will be accompanied by Story of Mankind, a subversive example of Meckseper's famous vitrines, which will feature at Schirn Kunsthalle Frankfurt in the exhibition ‘We Never Sleep’ in summer 2020.

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07/02/2020

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Don't miss our newest exhibition, London-based artist Daniel Crews-Chubb's first New York exhibition: Cave Continuum. Op...
07/02/2020

Don't miss our newest exhibition, London-based artist Daniel Crews-Chubb's first New York exhibition: Cave Continuum. Opening today and running until 14 March 2020, Crews-Chubb's innovative, experimental collage paintings explore the symbols and archetypes of art history across millenia. Each mixed-media work comprises an encyclopaedic melange of stylistic references, inspired both by the challenge of finding originality in the wake of the midcentury masters.

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24/01/2020

Today is the final day to see Jorge Eielson’s remarkable knotted Quipus series at #TimothyTaylor New York. Eielson’s intricate sculptural works have a double meaning, referring both to Quipus - the ancient language of yarn-knotting used by the Incans - and the duality of the word ‘knot’ in Spanish, which also means ‘naked’, injecting the series with a sly eroticism. As curator Olympia Lambert for @hyperallergic once commented on Eielson’s works, ‘Here, every unmade bed has a story. The ties and splits of fabric reach out to the corners of the stretcher bars to give the viewer the sensation of literally being tied up, arms and legs splailed to and fro, not unlike a medieval torture chamber, or a dominatrix’s den.‘

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Image: Jorge Eielson, Quipus 64B, 1992”

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15/01/2020

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Timothy Taylor is pleased to present 'Notes onArchitecture', an exhibition of recent works byRichard Forster (b.1970), f...
12/11/2019

Timothy Taylor is pleased to present 'Notes on
Architecture', an exhibition of recent works by
Richard Forster (b.1970), following the gallery’s recent
announcement of representation.
'Notes on Architecture' - referencing the subversive
writing of Georges Bataille - brings a collection of
thirty-five individual drawings to London, made in the
artist’s Yorkshire studio between 2016 and 2018. Forster
creates a labyrinth of associations between different
historical sources - offering a pertinent and timely
perspective on the fractious socio-political climate of
today’s rapidly changing world. Small and intimate in
scale, Forster uses everyday materials such as pencil,
paper and masking tape to intensively record the cyclical
nature of time through the fragile and ephemeral
medium of drawing.

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12/11/2019

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ILACIONESJune 6 – July 26, 2019Opening reception: Wednesday June 5, 6–8 pmJorge Eielson, Luis Flores, Engel Leonardo, Ge...
06/06/2019

ILACIONES
June 6 – July 26, 2019
Opening reception: Wednesday June 5, 6–8 pm
Jorge Eielson, Luis Flores, Engel Leonardo, Gerd Leufert, Claudia Martínez Garay, Joiri Minaya, Solange
Pessoa, Claudia Peña Salinas, and Eduardo Terrazas.
Timothy Taylor, New York is pleased to present ILACIONES, a summer group exhibition organized by
Danny Baez showcasing nine artists who are either from or influenced by Latin America, connected
through their use of traditional techniques and materials informed by their cultural history. ‘Ilaciones’ is
translated from Spanish as ‘nexus’ or ‘threads’ referencing the web of connections between the artists
through a commonality of material, gesture, and idea.

Leon Kossoff'Everyday London'Timothy Taylor, New York is pleased to present an exhibition of fifteen Leon Kossoff drawin...
26/03/2019

Leon Kossoff
'Everyday London'

Timothy Taylor, New York is pleased to present an exhibition of fifteen Leon Kossoff drawings selected
from the artist’s studio. Spanning 60 years, each work exists as a contemporary snapshot, recording the
pulse of everyday London.

March 29 – May 24, 2019
Opening reception: Thursday March 28, 6–8 pm'

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