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Current Exhibitions

Find current and upcoming exhibitions and events here, plus an archive of selected past exhibitions. 

Rachel Louise Brown | The Ballad of Fire Mountain

The Ballad of Fire Mountain, Rachel Louise Brown’s solo exhibition of new work, is the culmination of a five week residency on Mount Etna, Sicily. Brown was selected by the town of Zafferana Etnea as their inaugural artist in residence, and the new work has resulted from her interaction with the town, its inhabitants and the volcano.

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Past Exhibitions

Kim Baker | Supernature

In Supernature, a solo exhibition of new paintings, Kim Baker is concerned with environmental issues, particularly the release of harmful, toxic chemicals and their resulting devastating effects on our environment. Inspired by a 1977 song by Cerrone of the same name, in Supernature Baker’s organic forms have morphed into something strange; odd, over-sized trees and plants against a background of luscious colour and ethereal light…

Damien Hirst | New Beginnings

Opus Fine Art is pleased to announce Damien Hirst's New Beginnings exhibition, a collection of iconic and sought-after prints from the artist's popular spot, spin and butterfly series, published over the last decade.

Rosie Emerson | The Moon Is No Door

The Moon Is No Door brings together a new collection of cyanotypes by London-based artist Rosie Emerson. In this new body of work Emerson continues to draw reference from archetypes old and new, from Artemis to the modern day supermodel. Emerson is well known for being unrestrained in her technique and often experiments with using costume, intricate props, dramatic lighting, and playful collage to elevate her subjects to otherworldly, goddess-like status. She has drawn inspiration from Sylvia Plath’s poem The Moon and The Yew Tree to create these beautiful new works.

Chris Kettle | Stills and Studies

Stills and Studies brings together a collection of new paintings by the renowned Brighton-based artist Chris Kettle, notorious for his subversive approach to the Still Life genre, which draw inspiration from the work of the Dutch Masters.

Peter Blake | Under Milk Wood

Internationally acclaimed for its eccentricity and adored for its lovelorn lyricism, Dylan Thomas’s groundbreaking 1954 ‘play for voices’, Under Milk Wood, has long echoed in the imagination of the founding father of British Pop Art, Sir Peter Blake. An obsession that has spanned almost thirty years, this ‘greenleaved sermon on the innocence of men’ has filled the spaces of Blake’s studio, played and replayed on broadcast recordings, and prompted several pilgrimages to Thomas’s creative refuge at Laugharne, Carmarthenshire.


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