Pelham Picks

An exclusive look at the most illustrious private views for the week ahead

Nic Fiddian Green: This is Not a Horse at Louisa Guinness Gallery

Louisa Guinness Gallery are to host ‘This is Not a Horse’ a new solo exhibition of jewellery by British Artist Nic Fiddian Green. The show will feature unique and editioned works, including the artist’s latest “Pocket” series. 
Fiddian Green is best known for his monumental sculpture in bronze, lead, marble and copper. His archetypal 33 ft (12m) bronze “Horse at Water”, at Marble Arch, London, represents a subject and sculptural composition the artist has been investigating for the past 30 years.
Private view: 26 April 6 - 8pm 
Open to the public:  27 April - 3 June 2016


Mehrdad Khataei: Shadows at Sophia Contemporary Gallery



Sophia Contemporary will be hosting a series of mixed media works and drawings by the artist Mehrdad Khataei in his first solo exhibition in London. The artist will present sixteen recent mixed media artworks and sixteen drawings from his ongoing Shadows series which depict the aftermath of an undefined catastrophe, using it as a basis to explore the tension between chaos and order which exists in society. 

Private view: 28 April 6-9pm

Open to the public:  29 April- 4 June 2016


Yves Klein and Alberto Giacometti at Gagosian  Grosvenor Hill

At first glance, Giacometti and Klein, artists born a generation apart, could not be more different: Giacometti was a master of material form, and of the representation of the figure; Klein was an influential theorist whose art married the conceptual with the cosmic. In the 1950s and early 1960s, the two artists lived and worked within a mile of each other, in Montparnasse, Paris, but there are few clues in their work to suggest that they shared the same artistic milieu.
Private view: 26 April 6 - 8pm
Open to the public: April  27 - June 11 2016