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Aleph Contemporary

Aleph Contemporary Ltd

Aleph Contemporary Ltd

Aleph Contemporary Ltd

Aleph Contemporary is a London contemporary art gallery specialising in influential and emerging contemporary art.


169 Piccadilly (5F)
London, W1J 9EH
United Kingdom

By appointment only.

3D exhibitions

  • Aleph Contemporary Ltd

    Laurence Noga: Poetics of Obsolescence

    04 May 2021 – 04 Jul 2021

    'These found signs without provenance function as humble, anachronic portals to other times. Collected from the artist’s father’s garage, they are fragmented mementos revealing the constructions as stratigraphic layerings of time. Vestiges of things that may once have moved but are now arrested, of anonymous processes and operative systems no longer in use, they reveal the obsolete as registration of the cessation of time’s continuity.' Text by Kamini Vellodi https://alephcontemporary.com/exhibitions/34-the-stifled-cry-archie-franks-miroslav-text-by-sacha-craddock/overview/

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    'The Stifled Cry'

    05 Apr 2021 – 30 Jun 2021

    Archie Franks and Miroslav Pomichal

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    BAFFLE

    01 Jul 2021 – 30 Sep 2021

    HENRY WARD The canvas you are working on modifies the previous ones in an unending, baffling chain which never seems to finish. What sympathy is demanded of the viewer? He is asked to 'see' the future links. (Philip Guston)

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    'Circling Forces'

    05 Feb 2021 – 15 Apr 2021

    ′′ I take a remote, original point of creation, where I presume formulas for human animal plant, rock and for the elements, for all circling forces at the same time. Art is like creation, and applies on the first and last day." Paul Klee, Diary, 1916

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    'WAVELENGTHS - ABSTRACTION ON PAPER'

    30 Nov 2020 – 15 Jan 2021

    Works On Paper Nina Dolan, Rita Evans, Barbara Nicholls

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    'Grip'

    13 Nov 2020 – 12 Jan 2021

    Michael Ajerman solo show

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    'REFLECTIONS'

    20 Sep 2020 – 20 Dec 2020

    Ben Westley Clark, Oliver Dorrell, Joana Galego and Paul Newman

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    THE ROAD TO UTOPIA: Studio - Carnival - Utopia: Three Contemporary Painters

    15 Sep 2020 – 15 Nov 2020

    A three person show featuring new work by guest artist Alex McAdoo (USA), Lee Johnson (UK) and Jaime Valtierra (UK/Spain)

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    'Without Borders'

    01 Jul 2020 – 15 Jul 2020

    Alastair Gordon’s most recent exhibition Without Borders, curated by John Silvis, is featured on Aleph Contemporary’s online platform starting July 1, 2020. Gordon’s new paintings are informed by his ongoing investigation of the collage medium in the privacy of his studio and vast archive of sketchbooks. He states that the genesis of this new direction manifested itself in the form of a question: “What would I make if I didn’t have the pressure of an exhibition deadline or the expectations of art collectors?” Enter the reality of new normal—the Covid-19 lockdown and social distancing rules provided unprecedented time in the studio—prompted him to take fresh liberties with his work. The paintings that materialized from this exercise push the collage process front and center, making it the definitive aesthetic of these complex and raw paintings. The directness of the frenetic mark-making, applied fragments of drawings and oil paint, astutely captures the experience of shifting realities amidst a global pandemic. The images in Without Borders began two years ago during a trip to Calais, France, where he led workshops for refugee artists in the Jungle Camp. Working with rudimentary art materials and the detritus of the refugee shelter, his collages transmitted the energy of this context. By tearing up older works and re-imagining an unscripted approach to painting, his collage paintings are imbued with a poignant immediacy.

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    The Just

    04 Aug 2020 – 15 Oct 2020

    Group Show curated by Dan Coombs Featuring Pat Andrea, Micheal Ajerman, Jacopo Dal Bello, Christy Burdock, Sophie Vallance Cantor, Ben Westley Clarke, Dan Coombs, Archie Franks, Holly Froy, Joana Galego, Alastair Gordon, Peter Griffin, Cristina Ruiz Guiñazú, Zebedee Jones, Lee Johnson, Phil King, Alice Macdonald, Kathryn Maple, Paul Newman, Miroslav Pomichal, Fiona G Roberts, Jaime Valtierra, Grant Watson, Tess Williams

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    'Even Tigers Need A Rest'

    16 May 2020 – 31 May 2020

    Sophie Vallance Cantor solo exhibition

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    'Variations on Worldmaking'

    15 Jun 2020 – 30 Jun 2020

    Jacopo Dal Bello Solo show

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    GORDON DALTON - 'Birdhouse Blues'

    01 May 2020 – 15 May 2020

    GORDON DALTON

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    Helen Brough

    16 Apr 2020 – 30 Apr 2020

    LIGHTSCAPES

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    Dan Coombs - 'Unfolding Man'

    01 Apr 2020 – 15 Apr 2020

    Dan Coombs: 'Unfolding Man' 2019

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    TESS WILLIAMS

    16 Mar 2020 – 31 Mar 2020

    'SIRENS'

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    ENZO MARRA - 'DELUGE'

    01 Mar 2020 – 15 Mar 2020

    Enzo Marra’s practice successfully brings together a painterly interest in the haptic qualities of paint and canvas with a cartoonish and idiosyncratic vocabulary. While thoroughly contemporary, Marra’s style, subject matter, and technique recalls the tension between figuration and abstraction, heavy texture, and irreverent iconology of Phillip Guston’s postwar work. Indeed, Marra’s work has a further connection to that of Guston, much of his oeuvre functions as a critique of present-day culture and society.

    latest works

    • Henry Ward

      'Settle', 2021
      60 x 50 cm (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      GBP 4000
    • Laurence Noga

      Soft Yellow Filtered Brown, 2019
      25 x 35 cm (h x w)
      collage and acrylic on panel
      GBP 800
    • Laurence Noga

      Soft White Floating Silver, 2016
      45 x 72 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic steel and wood
      GBP 2500
    • Laurence Noga

      Soft Red Filtered Lemon, 2020
      60 x 182 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic on canvas
      GBP 3250
    • Laurence Noga

      Soft Red Filtered Grey, 2017
      40 x 200 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic and collage on canvas
      GBP 3250
    • Laurence Noga

      Soft Orange Filtered Black, 2017
      82 x 30 cm (h x w)
      acrylic and collage on panel
      GBP 1700
    • Laurence Noga

      Soft Blue Floating Green, 2021
      40 x 200 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic on canvas
      GBP 3250
    • Laurence Noga

      Double Yellow Filtered Black, 2019
      45 x 34 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic, Collage, aluminium, ON PANEL
      GBP 1500
    • Laurence Noga

      Double Orange Filtered Black, 2020
      31 x 22 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic Perspex wood collage on panel
      GBP 1500
    • Laurence Noga

      Double Orange Floating Black, 2021
      91 x 60 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic on collaged canvas laid on canvas
      GBP 2500
    • Laurence Noga

      Deep Turquoise Filtered Pink, 2019
      17 x 42 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic and collage on wood
      GBP 1500
    • Laurence Noga

      Deep Red Filtered Violet, 2021
      76 x 56 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic and collage laid on paper (laid on panel)
      GBP 1500
    • Laurence Noga

      Double Black Filtered Red, 2018
      80 x 180 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic and Perspex on canvas
      GBP 3250
    • Laurence Noga

      Soft Blue Filtered Pink, 2020
      25 x 25 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic and collage on wood
      GBP 1500
    • Laurence Noga

      Deep Red Filtered Pink, 2019
      80 x 30 cm (h x w)
      Acrylic collage Perspex Steel
      GBP 1750
    • Henry Ward

      'Clutch', 2020
      100 x 115 cm (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      GBP 8000
    • Henry Ward

      'Heap', 2021
      100 x 115 cm (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      GBP 8000
    • Henry Ward

      'Drift', 2021
      150 x 200 cm (h x w)
      Oil and acrylic on paper laid on canvas
      GBP 12000
    • Henry Ward

      'Study', 2018
      100 x 125 cm (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      GBP 8250
    • Henry Ward

      'Scaffold', 2019
      150 x 125 cm (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      GBP 10000
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