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  1. Shades of black and grey at Frieze Week off-site projects by William Bradley and Neil Ayling

    […] In another old building, not far away in the gallery space of the offices of Kohn Pedersen Fox (KPF) Associates in Langley Street, Covent Garden, William Bradley’s “Black Paintings” is another project for Frieze Week where black is used a positive colour to interplay with the other brighter colours to reinforce the abstraction and enhance the tonal depth.  Perhaps it is not too fanciful to see a link back to the work of John Hoyland at the Newport Street Gallery. […]

  2. Moving on from the “White Cube” gallery aesthetic – the new Gargosian Gallery in Mayfair, London

    […] Mayfair mansions, united by a rich dark oak block floor.  Unlike Caruso St John’s gallery for Damien Hirst, which also opened this month, there was no existing history to play with and no opportunity for […]

  3. The Continuing Story – Palladian Design: The Good, The Bad and the Unexpected at the RIBA, London

    […] who have been responsible for recent contemporary art galleries in London for the Gargosian and Damien Hirst, using drawings, books, photographs, models and films, the focus of the exhibition is inevitably […]

  4. Pop and smooth polished reflections : Jeff Koons at the Newport Street Gallery

    […] second exhibition “Now” in the varied and expansive gallery spaces of Damien Hirst’s Newport Street Gallery  provides a review of the American pop-artist Jeff Koon’s work over 35 years from his first […]

  5. Transforming the Victoria & Albert Museum

    […] they are referenced back to the old museum buildings and, following on from Caruso St John’s Newport Street Gallery, the staircases are a tour-de-force (also sustainably avoiding the natural urge by visitors to use […]

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