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C O L L E C T I V E

6 December 2012 - 5 January 2013

Antonio Cazorla Iain Faulkner Malcolm Liepke Philip Munoz Jamil Naqsh Juan Bautista Nieto

RECEPTION

Thursday 6 December 6-8pm RSVP acceptances only

Albemarle Gallery is pleased to announce a series of collective exhibitions, which will showcase a number of works by artists represented by the gallery. Under the banner of Albemarle Collective these shows will run in conjunction with solo exhibitions with the aim of introducing a larger variety of works by our artists throughout the year. A fully illustrated digital catalogue of all works on exhibit can be viewed on our website.


C O L L E C T I V E C O L L E C T I V E

6 December 2012 - 5 January 2013 6 December 2012 - 5 January 2013

Antonio Cazorla Antonio Cazorla Iain Faulkner Iain Faulkner Malcolm Liepke Malcolm Liepke Philip Munoz Philip Munoz Jamil Naqsh Jamil Naqsh Juan Bautista Nieto Juan Bautista Nieto

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RECEPTION RECEPTION Thursday 6 December

BAE JOONSUNG IAN CUMBERLAND PHILIP MUNOZ MAXWELL DOIG IAIN FAULKNER STUART LUKE GATHERER C O L L E C T I V E HARRY HOLLAND 6 December 2012 - 5 January 2013 JAYSHREE KAPOOR RADO KIROV ALEXANDER KLINGSPOR JOHN MCCARTHY Albemarle Gallery is pleased to announce a series of STEVE MCGINN collective exhibitions, which will showcase a number PETER WELFORD of works by artists represented by the gallery. Under ENRICO the banner of Albemarle Collective theseROBUSTI shows will EISHIN YOZA run in conjunction with solo exhibitions with the aim

Thursday 6 December 6-8pm 6-8pm RSVP RSVP acceptances only acceptances only

Antonio Cazorla Iain Faulkner Malcolm Liepke Philip Munoz Jamil Naqsh Juan Bautista Nieto

RECEPTION

Thursday 6 December 6-8pm RSVP acceptances only

of introducing a larger variety of works by our artists throughout the year. A fully illustrated digital catalogue of all works on exhibit can be viewed on our website.


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BAE JOONSUNG


4

2

3

5

PHILIP MUNOZ

IAN CUMBERLAND


6

7

8

9

MAXWELL DOIG


10

11

12

13

IAIN FAULKNER


STUART LUKE GATHERER 14

15

16


17

18

19

HARRY HOLLAND


20

JAYSHREE KAPOOR


23

RADO KIROV

21

22

24


25

26

27

28

ALEXANDER KLINGSPOR


29

30

31

32

JOHN McCARTHY


33

34 35

STEVE McGINN


38

36

37

39

ENRICO ROBUSTI

PETER WELFORD


40

41

EISHIN YOZA


BAE JOONSUNG (born in 1967 Korea) : Bae Joonsung was recognized from very early on in his career in both the domestic art scene as well as in Europe. The series ‘The Costume of the Painter’ was his iconic work, in which he painted on to transparent acrylic films. These films need to flip up and down, through manual interaction by the viewer, to reveal Asian female nudes underneath the painted film. He appropriates old master paintings and contextualises the original impression and his pastiche. Since 2006, the introduction of lenticular lens in his work made this viewing experience effortless. IAN CUMBERLAND (born 1983 Ireland) : He studied fine art at University of Ulster, where he was awarded the John and Rachael Turner Award for the most outstanding student in their field. He graduated in 2006 with First Class Honours. Cumberland has gained a national and international reputation for his largescale portraits. In 2011 he was placed third overall in the prestigious BP Portrait Award. Cumberland’s work is represented in public collections throughout Ireland and part of private collections throughout Ireland, UK and Europe. MAXWELL DOIG (born 1966 England) : Maxwell Doig graduated from Manchester School of Art in 1988 with a BA in Fine Art and went on to pursue his postgraduate studies in Fine Art at the Slade School of Art, London, between 1988 and 1990. Doig is preoccupied with the human figure and its spatial relationship combined with the interplay of light and shade. His use of unconventional viewpoints depicting static solitary figures along with the application of subtle pigments and textural complexity results in contemplative ephemeral imagery. In 1997 he was awarded the Villiers David Prize. He lives and works in Manchester. IAIN FAULKNER (born 1973 Scotland) : Since graduating from Glasgow School of Art in 1996 with a BA in Fine Art, he has established himself as a skilled draughtsman with the integrity to embrace the difficult path of contemporary figurative painting, in which competence and painterly expertise can be measured and judged. Still only in his 30s, he has already had numerous successful solo shows in the UK, USA, Spain and Italy. Iain was recently commissioned to paint the European 2010 Ryder Cup Team member portraits. STUART LUKE GATHERER (born 1971 Scotland) : Stuart was brought up in the Eastern Highlands of Scotland, and graduated from Edinburgh College of Art in 1995 with an MA in Fine Art. His paintings entice the viewer to interact with contemporary scenes from the vantage point of an unseen onlooker. This creates a psychological ambiguity that is emphasised by strong forms and colours modelled in dramatic light and shade. HARRY HOLLAND (born 1941 Scotland) : Holland is widely regarded as one of Britain’s best craftsmen, who works with uncompromising commitment and sincerity to produce art that is intense and rewarding. His style is distinctive and immediately recognisable, something which every artist seeks. The paintings are suggestive in the sense that they imply situations, events, or relationships that are not directly expressed; this imbues them with an engaging sense of mystery. Not surprisingly, his work has developed a substantial international following amongst collectors and has found its way into numerous important public collections world-wide. JAYSHREE KAPOOR (born 1965 Kenya) : Her current body of works are concerned with depicting a universal expression of spirituality. These paintings are spontaneously composed, from the moment of inspiration, in a meditative state, capturing the intense period of time when the mind is devoid of all thoughts apart the connection with the inner self. RADO KIROV (born 1955 Bulgaria) : Rado Kirov, following years of experience in working with various different metals has developed a unique technique of manipulating a sheet of stainless steel by hand, using the inherent physical properties of the metal, to create a striking three-dimensional surface that dynamically mirrors its surroundings and draws the observer into the magic of its reflection. Rado’s new-found passion for sculpture and his mastery of stainless steel are expressed in this new medium, which he has called the Mercury Effect. ALEXANDER KLINGSPOR (born 1977 Sweden) : Alexander has studied with various painters in Sweden and USA. He has been making a living as a painter from the age of 22 and has exhibited his work in various parts of USA and Europe. Collectors come from USA, UK, Germany, France, Portugal, Spain, Mexico, Sweden, Switzerland and Norway. JOHN MCCARTHY (born 1960 England) : John McCarthy studied at St Martin’s School of Art, London from 1996-97. He was selected for the BP Portrait Prize at the National Portrait Gallery, London for which he won the Visitor’s Choice Award in 1999. This led to many successful solo and group shows in London and internationally. STEVE MCGINN (born 1965 England) : Steve McGinn’s work follows the basics of form, colour and composition. Each form is a theme and each colour a unique variation within. The forms are enlarged accurate copies of smaller random resin spills or blobs chosen because they hold a resonance that at first is not necessarily obvious. As a sculptor his work had been more about the tangible but now using colour and the intensity that it brings as well as a freeing up of compositional boundaries, it allows him to explore differences between working with chance and control. PHILIP MUNOZ (born 1980 England) : Munoz’s work is concerned with the notion of glamour and its role in social identity. He is particularly interested in the idea of beauty through transformation and the concept of the contemporary sublime. Munoz is a self-taught painter having graduated in a degree in biochemistry at the university of Bristol. He has been an active resident of Jamaica Street Studios in Bristol since 2006. ENRICO ROBUSTI (born 1956 Italy) : Two centuries after Francisco Goya, we find a similar approach to creation in Enrico Robusti’s paintings. Following his degree in law, Robusti devoted himself to the study of XVII century painting technique, with a particular focus on the work of van Dyck and Rubens. For about fifteen years his paintings and portraits had been informed with traditional elements; however, with the turn of the millennium, Robusti felt the urge to find a new way of expressing his artistic personality. The result of this shift is an utterly original approach to both technique and subject matter. PETER WELFORD (born 1964 England) : He studied History of Art and Conservation at the universities of Manchester and London (Courtauld Institute of Art). He continued at the Courtauld as lecturer before spending eight years as an architectural historian and historic buildings consultant. Throughout this time however, he divided his focus between his architectural work and his painting. In 2000, he gave up his architectural consultancies to paint full-time. In 1994 he and his wife bought the semi-derelict Gwydir Castle in the foothills of Snowdonia, North Wales. EISHIN YOZA (born 1952 Okinawa) : At the age of 18, he left for Tokyo where he enrolled in the Shinjuku Art school and he studied the occidental ways of painting. In 1976, he departed for Kyoto and studied traditional kimono design (Sumi-é) ; in 1976, from Yokohama he left Japan on a sailing boat to Alaska first then on to other states in the U.S., doing various jobs to pay for his trip. In 1981, after arriving in Europe, he settled in Paris and marries a French girl (1982). He copied the old masters in the Louvre museum and discovered the techniques of etching and engraving. Since then, he has been attending the Parisian salons such as “Salon d’automne”, “Les Artistes Français”, “National des Beaux-Arts”.


BAE JOONSUNG 1 Phantom in the Painting, J.S.Sargent white dress hn

lenticular and oil on canvas

194 x 130 cm (76 x 51 in)

£ 42,500

IAN CUMBERLAND 2 Two Wrongs Don’t Make a Right 3 I Stand Corrected

oil on canvas oil on canvas

140 x 95 cm (55 x 38 in) 150 x 150 cm (59 x 59 in)

£ 7,750 £ 9,850

PHILIP MUNOZ 4 Victor 5 Claire

oil on canvas oil on canvas

90 x 60 cm (35 x 24 in) 86 x 56 cm (34 x 23 in)

£ 5,250 £ 5,250

MAXWELL DOIG 6 Night Swimmer IV 7 Figure with Red Hair on Black Asphalt 8 Swimmer III 9 Figure with Red Hair on Black Asphalt II

mixed media on canvas on panel mixed media on canvas on panel mixed media on canvas on panel mixed media on canvas on panel

69 x 89 cm (27 x 35 in) 89 x 64 cm (35 x 25 in) 134 x 97 cm (53 x 38 in) 89 x 64 cm (35 x 25 in)

£ £ £ £

6,000 6,000 7,850 6,000

IAIN FAULKNER 10 Gathering, Govan Beach 11 Gathering After the Storm II (study) 12 Loch Lomond 13 Solitude

oil on canvas oil on canvas oil on canvas oil on canvas

61 x 76 cm (24 x 30 in) 25 x 25 cm (10 x 10 in) 30 x 41 cm (12 x 16 in) 25 x 25 cm (10 x 10 in)

£ £ £ £

9,500 4,500 4,850 4,500

STUART LUKE GATHERER 14 The Cigar 15 The Canon Yeoman’s Tale 16 Wooden Stool

oil on canvas oil on canvas oil on canvas on panel

89 x 124 cm (35 x 49 in) 63 x 89 cm (25 x 35 in) 30 x 30 cm (12 x 12 in)

£ 15,000 £ 10,500 £ 4,250

HARRY HOLLAND 17 Gym 18 Leap 19 Platform

oil on canvas oil on canvas oil on canvas

86 x 112 cm (34 x 44 in) 91 x 71 cm (36 x 28 in) 86 x 124 cm (34 x 49 in)

£ 12,500 £ 10,500 £ 13,500

JAYSHREE KAPOOR 20 In the Moment

mixed media on canvas

183 x 183 cm (72 x 72 in)

£ 8,750

RADO KIROV 21 Irises 22 Cube 23 Expansion 24 Sunset

mirrored stainless steel mirrored stainless steel mirrored stainless steel mirrored stainless steel

140 x 140 cm (55 x 55 in) 43 x 38 x 38 cm (17 x 15 x 15 in) 115 x 115 cm (45 x 45 in) 240 x 115 cm (94 x 45 in)

£ £ £ £

ALEXANDER KLINGSPOR 25 The Sky 26 Explosion 27 Cafe Surreal 28 Lily

oil on panel oil on linen oil on linen oil on canvas

91 x 107 cm (36 x 42 in) 83 x 90 cm (33 x 35 in) 101 x 76 cm (40 x 30 in) 50 x 50 cm (20 x 20 in)

£ 18,500 £ 16,750 £ 16,750 £ 9,750

JOHN MCCARTHY 29 Untitled (Scarlet Johansson) 30 Untitled (Marilyn Monroe) 31 Untitled (Kate Moss) 32 Untitled (Kate)

acrylic on canvas acrylic on canvas acrylic on canvas acrylic on canvas

81 x 101 cm (32 x 39 in) 56 x 46 cm (22 x 18 in) 56 x 56 cm (22 x 22 in) 50 x 41 cm (20 x 16 in)

£ £ £ £

STEVE MCGINN 33 bloodine – prophet 34 delusions of grandeur - go with the flow 35 just another day in paradise - original bazooka joe

resin and mixed media resin and mixed media resin and mixed media

100 x 80 x 8 cm (39 x 31 x 3 in) 80 x 160 x 8 cm (31 x 63 x 3 in) 70 x 80 x 9 cm (28 x 31 x 4 in)

£ 5,500 £ 6,500 £ 4,850

PETER WELFORD 36 Allegory on Fortune 37 Time Will Tell

oil and tempera on panel oil and tempera on panel

81 x 46 cm (32 x 18 in) 92 x 76 cm (36 x 30 in)

£ 8,000 £ 10,750

ENRICO ROBUSTI 38 Il Cocomero Maturo 39 Non crede che sia una magnifica coincidenza...

oil on canvas oil on canvas

150 x 100 cm (59 x 39 in) 120 x 100 cm (47 x 39 in)

£ 11,850 £ 10,500

EISHIN YOZA 40 Forest I 41 Forest II

oil on canvas oil on canvas

130 x 162 cm (51 x 64 in) 130 x 162 cm (51 x 64 in)

£ 7,500 £ 7,500

PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL WORKS ARE AVAILABLE FOR SALE ON RECEIPT OF THE CATALOGUE ALL PRICES ARE INCLUSIVE OF UK VAT WHICH IS DEDUCTIBLE ON SHIPMENT OUTSIDE OF THE EU ALL WORKS EXPORTED OUTSIDE OF THE EU WILL BE SUBJECT TO COUNTRY SPECIFIC IMPORT DUTIES

5,500 4,500 4,500 6,750

7,650 4,285 4,750 3,850



Albemarle Collective March 2013