ADRIAN HEATH  Five Decades

21 May - 12 June 2015

Adrian Heath (1920-1992), one of the major figures in the development of abstract art in England after the war and a key proponent of Constructivism, was at the hub of a legendary artistic community in Fitzrovia in the 1950s. He was to become an indispensable link between the abstract painters of St. Ives and their Constructivist counterparts in London. The exhibition covers five decades of Heath's work, from the 1940s through to the 1980s.

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  • PaolozzionStreeto
    Eduardo Paolozzi Archaelogy 
    of a Used Future
    November 2nd - 30th 2011
  • BIngham
    Paintings by Bryan Ingham
    9 June – 2 July 2010
  • CeriRichardso
    Ivon Hitchens
    Ceri Richards - The Poetic Imagination
    12 May – 5 June 2010
  • Hitchensunseeno
    Ivon Hitchens
    Unseen Paintings from the 30s
    23 September – 10 October 2009

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