May / June 2016

Works by Denise de Cordova, Julia Farrer, James Fisher, Peter Rasmussen and Carolyn Thompson are currently on show in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2016 (until 21 August).

Press and Release: Technology and the Evolution of the Artist’s Book at the Phoenix Brighton, which features the work of Julia Farrer and Carolyn Thompson, is the winner of the 2016 Brighton Fringe Award for Visual Art.

April 2016

Despite the difficult climate of continuing cuts to public funding for public institutions, the Eagle Gallery is delighted that over the past year we have made significant sales of our represented artists’ work to major international institutions including the Museum Pfalzgalerie, Kaiserslautern; the Victoria and Albert Museum, and the Yale Center for British Art, USA.

Corporate collections Fidelity and Penguin Books, have acquired works by Mandy Bonnell and Carolyn Thompson, respectively.

Julia Farrer’s new etchings Snare I & II 2016 have been purchased by Fidelity, and Carolyn Thompson’s triptych Night Terrors 2016, by the Laurence Sterne Trust, Shandy Hall.

Both publications have been shortlisted for inclusion in the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition 2016, alongside works by other Eagle Gallery artists Denise de Cordova and James Fisher.

 

Wordworks

Basil Beattie, Graham Bignell, Tracey Bush, Julia Farrer, Bruce McLean, Pete Nevin, Tracey Rowledge, Carolyn Thompson

An Eagle Gallery-curated display of texts and bookworks at 201 Bishopsgate continues to the end of May 2016.

http://www.broadgate.co.uk/wordworks

 

Technology and the Evolution of the Artist’s Book

30 April – 12 June 2016

The work of Julia Farrer and Carolyn Thompson features in a group exhibition curated by the US artist and gallerist Maddy Rosenberg. In an installation designed by Curious Space, the exhibition features innovative book works from across the world.

www.phoenixbrighton.org

APRIL 2015

London Gallery Day
25 April and 26 April 2015
Sat 12 – 8pm, Sun 12 – 6pm
The Eagle Gallery is participating in a programme of special events hosted by galleries in the EC1, WC1 and N1 areas.
For further information please see http//www.londongalleryday.com/

Denise de Cordova is participating in Woman House: Apartment
at Studio RCA, 1 Riverlight, Nine Elms Lane, London SW8 5AY
from 12 April – 17 May

Natalie Dower and Julia Farrer are showing recent paintings in From Centre
an exhibition co-curated by Saturation Point and Slate Projects.
11 – 26 April 2015
The Loud and Western Building
65 Broughton Road, London SW6 2LE
(Tues – Sun 12 – 6pm, and by appointment)

Julia Farrer’s limited edition bookwork Syntax of Bridges was acquired by the National Art Library, Victoria and Albert Museum and the Yale Center for British Art, USA; following its launch in the Eagle Gallery’s Seeds and Syntax exhibition.
http://www.saturationpoint.org.uk/seedsandsyntax.html

Farrer is exhibiting work in Embodying Colour – an exhibition of European abstract art at the Hans Metternich, Koblenz from 25 April 2015.

Robert Welch launches his book A Sore Head on 16 April 2015
APT Studios, 6 Creekside, London SE8 4SA

Forthcoming at the Eagle Gallery
EDITIONS
14 May – 13 June 2015
includes works by Stephen Chambers, Denise de Cordova, Dido Crosby, James Fisher and Jane Joseph