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Exhibitions: Georg Baselitz: Hands | Marie Harnett: What Was My Own

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Cristea Roberts Gallery reopens this spring with two new major solo exhibitions by Georg Baselitz and Marie Harnett.

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Georg Baselitz: Hands

13 April – 15 May 2021

Visit a major new body of work by German artist Georg Baselitz (b. 1938), focusing on two new series of prints that explore the subject of the hand. Estranged from the body, the hands writhe and twist, emerging in a series of renderings that form part of Baselitz’s ongoing survey of the human form, which has been at the forefront of his practice since the 1960s.

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Marie Harnett: What Was My Own

13 April – 15 May 2021

Visit a major exhibition of new works by British artist Marie Harnett (b. 1983), capturing fleeting moments of drama, beauty and sus¬pense from contemporary film. What Was My Own includes several new series of highly detailed, meticulous drawings, derived from film stills that have been removed from their narrative context.

Find out more via: https://cristearoberts.com/

Plan your visit:

The exhibitions are open Tuesday – Friday: 11am – 4pm and on Saturdays: 11am – 2pm.

To ensure the welfare of staff, visitors, artists and their families remain our priority, the Cristea Roberts Gallery requires all visitors to book an appointment prior to visiting the exhibitions.

Free slots can be booked every thirty minutes. If you are visiting in a family or household group, please only book one slot, indicating in your booking how many are in your group.

If you book a slot and can no longer make it please let us know in advance, so we can release your slot to another visitor.

If you would prefer to speak to a member of staff about your visit, or if you have any questions, please email info@cristearoberts.com and someone will get back to you as soon as possible.

We look forward to welcoming you to the gallery as we continue to adapt our working practices to suit the current climate.

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