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Johnnie Cooper: throe on throe

A major survey of work by the acclaimed British artist Johnnie Cooper will take place at Saatchi Gallery, London, opening 19 April 2019.

Entitled throe on throe, the exhibition comes at a time of heightened interest in the artist. In 2018, as part of its initiative to re-evaluate key twentieth and twenty-first-century artists, art publisher Black Dog Press produced a monograph documenting Cooper’s 50-year career; and this eagerly-awaited presentation – his first in London in three decades – will be complemented by further shows in the U.K. and America.

Displayed across two galleries, the show is comprised of more than 50 paintings and sculptures, including works from the 1970s – a time when Cooper appeared alongside Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth with his own solo exhibition to mark the Wakefield Silver Jubilee Festival – and culminates with his most recent atmospheric large-scale oil and acrylic paintings that display broad gestural brush strokes and reflect his love for the natural landscape.

Times:  Daily: 10.00 - 18.00, last entry 17.30

Admission:  Free

Event starts
Friday 19 April, 2019
Event Ends
Saturday 4 May, 2019
Saatchi Gallery
Venue Address
Duke of York’s HQ, King’s Road

London, London

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