Alan Charlton, New Works: 16 May – 20 June 2015

Slewe Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition with new works by the British artist Alan Charlton (*1948, Sheffield). The exhibition will show new Triangle paintings, specially made for this occasion. It will open Saturday May 16 and will last until June 20, 2015. It is his second show at Slewe Gallery.

Alan Charlton is one of the most famous representatives of the minimal and conceptual art in England. For more than 40 years his work consists of pure monochrome grey paintings, made with acrylic paint on canvas. When he was twenty-one years old, while still studying at the Camberwell School of Art, he took the decision to make only grey paintings. For Charlton the colour grey is the most emotional and diverse colour. All his works are based on the module of 4,5 cm. Their balanced compostions of mostly several grey panels give the paintings a monumental and specific expression …

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Jerry Zeniuk, Listen to me Look at me: 28 March – 2 May 2015

JERRY ZENIUK Listen to me, Look at me
New Works and a Sound Art Work in collaboration with Ernst Reijseger 
Opening Saturday 28 March 5-7 pm with a performance by Ernst Reijseger at ca. 5.30 pm

Slewe Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition with new works by American painter Jerry Zeniuk, among which a large painting of 280 x 400 cm. It was one of the five large-scale paintings at his show Not for your Living Room at the Museum Wiesbaden last year. In addition to this there will be a sound artwork on show and on hear in collaboration with the Dutch cellist and composer Ernst Reijseger. It contains a series of seven small paintings made by Zeniuk. Each of them is connected with a four-movement composition by Reijseger, which was recorded during Zeniuk's exhibition at Museum Wiesbaden (see for that https://vimeo.com/110794845), materialized in seven different Unikat LPs, each of them exists only one time. During the opening on Saturday March 28 Reijseger will present a solo-performance.

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