Abstract Allies

Posted on 14/02/19 by Zuleika Gallery

Zuleika Gallery, London SW1
6 – 29 March 2019
Private View: 6-8pm, Tuesday 5 March 2019

London’s Zuleika Gallery is delighted to announce Abstract Allies, an exhibition of abstract art, selected by celebrated collector Tim Sayer MBE and curator Lizzie Collins. The exhibition will be opened by former BBC radio news reader Charlotte Green at the Private View on Tuesday 5 March, and then runs from 6-29 March 2019.
Admission is free and all works are for sale.

Tim Sayer, who was a BBC Radio News journalist for 40 years, has been avidly collecting art since 1962 and recently he and his wife Annemarie Norton bequeathed their entire collection of over 700 works to The Hepworth Wakefield in West Yorkshire. Sir Nicholas Serota described the gift as “one of the most significant and generous donations to a regional gallery in the UK” and noted that it reflected the “discriminating eye of a person of modest means”.

Abstract Allies includes the work of painters, sculptors and ceramicists such as Naum Gabo, Trevor Sutton, Willard Boepple, Nadine Bell, Nigel Hall, Manijeh Yadegar, Ander Gunn, Frances Aviva Blane, Rebecca Salter, Martha Green Doran, Kenneth Martin,
Kathleen Hyndman, Sam Zealey, Liz West, Lucie Rie, Howard Hodgkin.

Notes to Editors

Zuleika Gallery | 3rd Floor | 6 Masons Yard | St James’s | London | SW1Y 6BU
Mob: +44 (0)7939 566085 | Tel: +44(0)20 3903 6393

Opening Hours: Monday - Friday 11-6pm, Saturdays and Sundays: by appointment

Zuleika Gallery is situated above the Stephen Ongpin and Guy Peppiatt gallery and next to White Cube in Mason’s Yard, in the heart of St James’s.

Transport: Green Park and Piccadilly Circus.

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