In 2018, Kunsthuis Gallery have 5 highly anticipated exhibitions featuring established artists from across the UK and Internationally alongside our Open Call Climate Change show ‘Our eARTh’.
White Cube 1 – 24/03 – 13/05. Our first exhibition of the year welcomes painter Rowena Comrie who has worked as a professional artist for the past 30 years; in January 2010 she relocated from Aberdeen to Glasgow where she now works from a WASPS studio in Glasgows Briggait. Rowena’s work will sit alongside sculptor Richard Thornton, who continuously works on collections of sculpture for galleries, sculpture shows and art fairs.
White Cube 2 – 18/05 – 08/07. The second White Cube show welcomes German artist Hanna ten Doornkaat who lives and works in the UK. Her work explores the process and meaning of drawing. We also welcome sculptor Jim Bond who specialises in dynamic interactive installations and kinetic sculptures which use motors, electronics, sensors and computers to engage with the viewer.
White Cube 3 – 13/07 – 02/09. The Summer exhibition welcomes Dutch abstract painter Rene Korten. Painting is a process for Rene involving an alternation of action and reaction, immediacy and reflection. British sculptor Richard Mackness will show work alongside. Richard believe’s that sculpture is a particular discipline; it is a story told in form, mass and surface. It exists in space, sharing the world with every other thing, like a human being.
White Cube 4 – 07/09 – 28/10. Next we have British painter and printmaker Clare Maria Wood. She has been making and exhibiting work throughout the UK and has shown work at the Royal Academy of Art. Recently elected member of the Royal Society of British Sculptors Gareth Griffiths will showcase his work alongside.
White Cube 5 – 02/11 – 23/12. To end the year we have our highly anticipated annual ceramics show Shades of Clay 18.
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Our eARTh – Alongside our 5 White Cube shows mentioned above, Kunsthuis Gallery will showcase a global 9 month exhibition in 2018 from 24th March – 23rd December that responds to the theme of Climate Change and the Environment. Kunsthuis Gallery will donate 5% sales commission to Friends of The Earth, an environmental charity campaigning for a safer climate. We will curate an exciting exhibition of saleable work in the mediums of photography, ceramics, sculpture, illustration, painting, printmaking, drawing, textiles, glass, collage, digital and jewellery in order to showcase how artists are responding to this growing issue.
PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS 2017
‘SHADES OF CLAY 2017’ 03/11 – 11/03/18
Our highly anticipated show Shades of Clay welcomed a select group of ceramicists living and working both in the UK and Internationally. We also showcased work by York based Painter, Steve Williams.
A WASH OF ENERGY 25/08 – 29/10
Kunsthuis Gallery showcased Watercolourists who we felt pushed the boundaries of their discipline and creative practice.
REVEALED: THE KH PRINTMAKERS COLLECTIVE 27/01 – 02/04
Kunsthuis Gallery exhibited a collection of the most exciting Printmakers working today pushing the boundaries of their contemporary practice.
AT A GLANCE 07/04 – 11/06
Kunsthuis Gallery were proud to welcome four artists living and working in the UK who pushed the boundaries of their creative practice. The exhibition celebrated artists who demonstrated a fresh approach to painting and sculpture, with a dynamic use of concepts, techniques and imagery.
‘100 ARTISTS – 11 COUNTRIES’ 16/06 – 20/08
“Kunsthuis Gallery’s biggest and most ambitious exhibition yet.
100 Artists – 11 Countries” Kunsthuis Gallery presents 100 artists from the UK, The Netherlands, Iran, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia, Italy, Belgium and the USA.”