EXHIBITIONS AT HALCYON GALLERY
US NOW | 3D Scan
US NOW 09 Nov 2020 – 01 Jan 2021
US NOW looks at how artists appropriate national and political figures, imagery, and iconography in order to address this subject in their work. The artworks on display cover a diverse range of media, from screenprint on paper to oil on canvas, digital screens to actual banknotes.
Andy Warhol | 3D Scan
Halcyon Gallery has been specialising in the sale of exceptional works by Andy Warhol for over 30 years. The gallery’s latest Warhol showcase focuses on this seismic artist’s silkscreen work. The images Warhol selected for his silkscreen graphics became some of the most iconic artworks of the post-war era, reflecting American culture with his unique brand of Pop and transforming mass-produced imagery into iconic fine art.
FAME by Russell Young | 3D Scan
Fame by Russell Young
FAME by Russell Young ushers in a new decade, marking the next chapter in Young’s ongoing exploration of celebrity as a cultural phenomenon. It features a stunning roll call of the great and the good, writ large in beautiful California colours and drenched in his signature diamond dust and a new series of Text Paintings.
Shown here for the first time, these text paintings demonstrate the artist’s love of music and film by introducing text from song titles, lyrics and quotes to his compositions. The works, which include playful combinations such as Brigitte Bardot Born to be Wild, Brando Bike Rebel Rebel and Bob Dylan Like a Rolling Stone, offer a rare personal insight into the artist’s mind and ideas about the celebrities he portrays.
FAME by Russell Young | Video
ABOUT HALCYON GALLERY
Founded in 1982, Halcyon Gallery specialises in modern and contemporary art working closely with emerging and established international artists including; Lorenzo Quinn, Bob Dylan, Dominic Harris, Russell Young, Ernesto Canovas, Pedro Paricio, Stefano Curto and Mitch Griffiths.
With over thirty years of experience in the art market, Halcyon Gallery is committed to building distinguished art collections for their clients. By cultivating strong relationships with museums, institutions and auction houses worldwide, Halcyon Gallery guarantees value and longevity of the artworks they sell based on provenance, placement and acquisition. The gallery is also responsible for fundraising initiatives within the public sector for a number of charities and non-profit organisations, including The Royal Parks Foundation and HRH The Duke of Edinburgh’s Award World Fellowship.