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James Freeman Gallery

The James Freeman Gallery was established in 2003 in Islington, London.

Through an initial focus on emerging artists, the gallery has earned a reputation for identifying exciting artists at an early stage of their career and working with them to establish themselves in the contemporary art market. Although focused primarily on European artists, we also work with exciting Asian artists to give them a platform for their work in the UK. The gallery hosts between six and eights curated exhibitions each year, providing a solid framework within which our artists can develop their practice and profile.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
354 Upper Street Islington
N1 0PD
Phone: +44 (0)20 7226 3300
Website: www.jamesfreemangallery.com


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Artists Represented

Henrijs Preiss, Yuko Nasu, Matthew Small, Miriam Jarrs, Jon Braley, Sarah Harvey, Claire Partington, Koh Sang Woo, Sun Young Byun, Chen Hongzhu


Sample Art Work (20)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

PRETTY DISASTROUS - AN INSTALLATION BY CRAIG FISHER
8 – 31 March 2012
Opening reception: Wednesday 7 March 6:30 – 8:30pm
More info: http://www.jamesfreemangallery.com/exhibitions/craigfisher/cfisherpr.php


Previous Exhibitions

"MYTH & NATURE: Jon Braley Solo Show"
24 June – 24 July 2010

"True Stories - Koh Sang Woo Solo Exhibition"
6 May – 3 June 2010

"Sarah Harvey: The Pleasure Principle"
4 March - 8 April 2010

"Wunderkammer"

Sun Young Byun, Yoo Junghyun, Matthew Small, Henrijs Preiss, Jon Braley, Miriam Jarrs, Marifer Barrero, Claire Partington, Sam Branton, Sarah Harvey, Koh Sang-Woo
4 December - 16 January 2010

"Metropolis" - Peter Michael & Holly Thoburn
22 October - 19 November 2009

"IDEAL WORLDS"
South Korean Contemporary Art: Koh Sang Woo – Luca Sangjun Kim – Gee Song
4 June – 3 July 2009

"THE THIRD DEGREE"
New paintings by Henrijs Preiss
19 March - 23 April 2009

An exhibition of new works in anticipation of Henrijs Preiss' forthcoming exhibition at the Whitechapel this year as part of the East End Academy.

"Thoughts and Secret Gardens"
Kim Baker & Jorn Grothkopp
25 September - 23 October 2008
An exploration of the abstract ideal of purity via the concept of the garden, through the work of two exciting emerging artists. Contact the gallery for more details.

"Regroup" - Miriam Jarrs, Henrijs ... [ Read all ]


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Art Fairs

KIAF, Seoul, Korean, 2010

"The Black Lodge"
Henrijs Preiss Solo Project
London Art Fair 2010

13 - 17 January 2010

SCOPE Basel
June 8th-14th 2009

Art Daegu- Korea

Sesame is pleased to be exhibiting at Art Daegu Fair in Korea from 28th February to 3rd March. In line with the gallery's international focus, we will be giving Matthew Small, Henrijs Preiss, Jon Braley and Miriam Jarrs their first introduction to the Asian market.


Scope London
Oct 16th-19th 2008
International Contemporary Art Fair- see news section


Press Releases

Pretty Disastrous
An Installation by Craig Fisher
8 – 31 March 2012
Opening reception: Wednesday 7 March 6:30 – 8:30pm


James Freeman Gallery is pleased to present ‘Pretty Disastrous’, a new large scale installation by the British artist Craig Fisher.

Walking into a Craig Fisher installation is like stepping onto a cartoon film set, only to find that the plot has turned decidedly sinister. The colours and wall patterns are bright and playful; the objects are over sized and over-simplified, fashioned out of fabric to be soft and gentle. But the scene itself tells a different story: smashed up structures strewn across the floor, bloodstains on the wall, an axe lying in the corner… The whole space speaks of menace, like a kind of soft play for psychopaths. Violence and Velcro, disaster and decoration - Fisher’s world is a stitch-up of contradictory ideas.

It’s clear that Fisher’s work is all about play, but his toys are ideas rather than objects. Hard/soft, threatening/friendly, fun/fearful – Fisher’s mise-en-scene puts the reliability of any clear-cut distinctions in doubt. This active ambiguity carr... [ Read all ]


Press Links

http://www.jamesfreemangallery.com/press.php


Location And Getting There

Angel tube, 1 min | Kings Cross St. Pancras 10 mins | Buses 4, 19, 30, 38, 43, 56, 73, 153, 214, 274


Contact-Directors/Staff

James Freeman, Director


Opening Times

Tue - Sat, 11 - 6:30 or by appointment