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Multiple IV: Claire Barclay
Exhibitions
23 July–27 August 2021

Multiple IV: Claire Barclay

Stephen Friedman Gallery is pleased to present ‘Multiple IV’, its fourth annual exhibition of editions by gallery artists. For the first time, the gallery will focus on an individual artist by presenting a body of unseen works by Scottish sculptor and printmaker Claire Barclay. Discussing the show, Barclay explains: “This exhibition brings together unique print works that have evolved over the last three years from improvised screen and relief printing processes. My sculptural mindset has very much influenced these works; layered cut-out shapes and objects seemingly float within the boundaries of the paper whilst attention is drawn to the material quality of ink built up on their surfaces.” This project precedes a major solo exhibition of Barclay’s work at The MAC, Belfast in 2022.

Jiro Takamatsu: Space in Two Dimensions
Exhibitions
17 September–23 October 2021

Jiro Takamatsu: Space in Two Dimensions

Stephen Friedman Gallery’s third solo exhibition by pioneering Japanese artist Jiro Takamatsu opens in September 2021. This presentation examines a fertile period of Takamatsu’s practice from the ‘70s and early ‘80s, focusing on a selection of paintings and drawings from his celebrated ‘Space in Two Dimensions’ series. The exhibition aims to elucidate Takamatsu’s innovative experimentation with space, line, form and colour and is on display during Frieze London.

Marina Adams: Wild Is Its Own Way
Exhibitions
17 September–23 October 2021

Marina Adams: Wild Is Its Own Way

American artist Marina Adams presents the second instalment of her two-part exhibition at Stephen Friedman Gallery from September 2021. ‘Wild Is Its Own Way’ focuses on new and recent large-scale paintings created over the last two years. Expansive in scale, Adams’ work explores colour, form and movement in a bold unabashed fashion. This presentation of Adams’ paintings continues during Frieze London and follows Adams’ highly acclaimed solo exhibition at Modern Art Museum of Fort Worth, Dallas, Texas in autumn 2020.

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