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Danielle Arnaud

Danielle Arnaud

Danielle Arnaud

The gallery was created in 1995. It encourages artists to develop their practice without the constraints of market or trends through a programme of curated exhibitions, solo shows and projects, both within the gallery and the public realm.


123 Kennington Road
London SE11 6SF UK
www.daniellearnaud.com

3D exhibitions

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    Kathleen Herbert

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    Antonio Riello - Walkable Art

    WALKABLE ART ICONS FOR A RECYCLING AGE The Alter Modern Era is a Time for a fluid and chaotic visual grammar where the icons related to re-use are paramount: anywhere the most common and well known. Recycling is, in fact, the compulsory ethic Mantra of Late Modernity. The main goal of these new works by Antonio Riello is to be like a sort of conceptual map of this attitude and of its related fears, idiosyncrasies, hopes. A visual dictionary for a sustainable civilisation and its current kind of Anthropology. Actually the artist has not in mind only recycling, in general terms he deals with all the contemporary forms of amending, saving and repairing, as well as a survey of the (possible) incoming “Aesthetical Austerity". The icons (sometime familiar - sometime unknown) are used alone - big size - in some cases. In others they are combined creating specific patterns recalling certain oriental rugs. These icons are embedded in works made of recycled coconut fibre, the same stuff the humble doormats are usually made of. Something traditionally simple and with a lot of inner understatement. Something people are used to step on: "Walkable Art" indeed. Objects that, in default, are supposed to say "welcome!", even if today in many countries, alas, it is not so easy to hear this word (perhaps this stands as a symptom of the artist’s incurable optimism). The coconut fibre first is coupled and then carefully carved. When there is a frame it is made of recycled wood coming from scraped furniture and crates of various nature.

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    Katie Deith

    Katie Deith trained at the Slade School of Fine Art, London. Her paintings depict fantasy landscapes in her obsessive, precise style confidently disturbed by vibrant abstract brushstrokes. "Just like the best writers of Sci-fi, and the best film directors, Katie Deith, in her aesthetically compelling paintings is able to successfully blur the boundaries between fact and fiction, reality and fantasy; the figuration in her dream-like landscapes is a convincing iteration of actual scenes, composed as a sort of fantasia on the theme of holiday destinations." — Roy Exley Link to download catalogue: www.daniellearnaud.com/publication/KatieDeith-art.pdf

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    I AM ALIVE AND YOU ARE DEAD - Oona Grimes

    A parade of mismatched creatures follow an unstable virtual path down onto a stage. Unsure of how to behave or communicate they politely spatchcock themselves to the walls and wait… Oona Grimes is a born and bred London scribbler and draw-er—a devout flattist with a love of pattern and all things paper and bookish, from Japanese woodcuts and Windsor McKay to graphic signage and packaging; tartans stolen from a Lorenzetti blanket or cartoon detail thieved from Roman wall paintings. Links to download catalogue and references: www.daniellearnaud.com/publication/OonaGrimes-art.pdf Kingdom - Tony Grisoni www.daniellearnaud.com/artists/grimes/Kingdom.pdf Oona's Enchantment Lucy R www.daniellearnaud.com/artists/grimes/OonaEnchantment.pdf Portraits of Mothers www.daniellearnaud.com/artists/grimes/Portraits-Mothers.pdf

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    25 years

    Celebrating 25 years of Danielle Arnaud www.daniellearnaud.com

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    Gerry Smith

    The paintings of Gerry Smith take their form by imposing a rigorous simplification onto "found" images. The subjects: cities, squares, soldiers or text, have to compete with the optical effects of being translated into a few colours. The choices of "where" and "how" to simplify allow for an unpredictable outcome. These paintings look to the computer screen with envy. Priority is always given to the "hum" of the surface, with each colour clinging to its part of the picture and not allowed to wander. - Michele Minne More works available: www.daniellearnaud.com/publication/GerrySmith-art.pdf

    latest works

    • Polly Gould

      Zoological Garden: Wolf, 2020
      33 x 33 cm (h x w)
      Coloured glass, magic lantern slides, copper tape and solder
    • Kathleen Herbert

      How Far Is The Horizon VII, 2020
      47 x 57 cm (h x w)
      giclee print onto Hahnemuhle paper
    • Rieko Akatska

      Untitled, 2020
      116.8 x 42 cm (h x w)
    • Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva

      Maggot I, 2013
      84 x 59 cm (h x w)
      Drawing made with decomposing mushroom and maggots
      GBP 950
    • Elpida Hadzi-Vasileva

      Maggot II, 2013
      84 x 59 cm (h x w)
      Drawing made with decomposing mushroom and maggots
      GBP 950
    • Oona Grimes

      'murd : pagina quattro = take one' [story board = moving], 2020
      72 x 96 cm (h x w)
      i.phone Tony Grisoni HB pencil 00.02.28 min
    • Dunhill and O'Brien

      Examples in Sculpture / performance, 2020
      80.9 x 121 cm (h x w)
    • Nicholas Pace

      Untitled (fantasy) No 4, 2020
      73.5 x 91.5 cm (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
    • Nicky Coutts

      Cast, 2010
      84 x 152 cm (h x w)
      DV-PAL, 11.15 mins
    • Marc Hulson

      Untitled, 2020
      225 x 200 cm (h x w)
    • Kathleen Herbert

      Blueprints for a Caesium 137 Landscape II, 2019
      52 x 100 cm (h x w)
      giclée prints on Bamboo Hahnemühle paper, pins and undeveloped cyanotype on watercolour paper
    • Kathleen Herbert

      Past Time Is Finite, Future Time Is Infinite IX, 2015
      30.5 x 40.5 cm (h x w)
      giclee print on Hahnemuhle German Etch paper Edition of 5 + 1 A/P (price is for unframed print)
      GBP 475
    • Kathleen Herbert

      Past Time Is Finite, Future Time Is Infinite VI, 2015
      30.5 x 40.5 cm (h x w)
      giclee print on Hahnemuhle German Etch paper Edition of 5 + 1 A/P (price is for unframed print)
      GBP 475
    • Kathleen Herbert

      Past Time Is Finite, Future Time Is Infinite V, 2015
      30.5 x 40.5 cm (h x w)
      giclee print on Hahnemuhle German Etch paper Edition of 5 + 1 A/P (price is for unframed print)
      GBP 475
    • Kathleen Herbert

      A History Of The Receding Horizon, 2015
      80 x 143 cm (h x w)
      HD Video projection, Duration 28 mins
      GBP 7000
    • Kathleen Herbert

      They take us away to the thin air of the future or the underworld of the past IV,VIII,XII, 2013
      136.9 x 57.5 cm (h x w)
      Series of 12 black and white giclée prints laser cut star constellations (price is for each framed)
      GBP 960
    • Kathleen Herbert

      They take us away to the thin air of the future or the underworld of the past III,VII,XI, 2013
      136.9 x 57.5 cm (h x w)
      Series of 12 black and white giclée prints laser cut star constellations (price is for each framed)
      GBP 960
    • Kathleen Herbert

      They Take Us Away to the Thin World of the Future or the Underworld of the Past I,V,IX, 2013
      136.9 x 57.5 cm (h x w)
      Series of 12 black and white giclée prints laser cut star constellations (price is for each framed)
      GBP 960
    • Kathleen Herbert

      They take us away to the thin air of the future or the underworld of the past II,VI,X, 2013
      136.9 x 57.5 cm (h x w)
      Series of 12 black and white giclée prints laser cut star constellations (price is for each framed)
      GBP 960
    • Suky Best

      surfing boys only, 2020
      160 x 290 cm (h x w)
      animated video
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