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Stephanie Hoppen Gallery

Stephanie Hoppen Gallery on Walton Street exhibits contemporary artists and photographers from UK, Europe, America, Asia, Australia and South Africa. What differentiates Stephanie Hoppen's gallery from any other is her refreshingly practical approach to art. She is not interested in the jargon or the theory – only in the practice – preaching that many of the conventions about buying and displaying art are stifling and out of date.

"Buying art is not like buying a piece of furniture. It has no function other than to bring joy into one's heart and an element of pure beauty ... above all, it should be 'love at first sight'"

Her shows are intriguing, dramatic and exciting, Originally an antiquarian book and map dealer, Stephanie broadened her interests to include photography, prints, paintings, sculptures, glass, jewellery and furniture. The gallery in Walton Street has become a destination for buyers of contemporary art.

Stephanie Hoppen is also an influential force in British interiors and author of countless design books including 'Picture Perfect', 'Perfect Palettes' and 'White on Whi... [ Read all ]

London

United Kingdom
Address:
17 Walton Street
SW3 2HX
Phone: (+44)20 7589 3678
Fax: (+44)20 7584 3731
Website: www.stephaniehoppen.com




Artists Represented

Sia Aryai
Will Ayres
Louise Bobbe
Orlanda Broom
Eric Chan
David Chow
Christian de Laubadère
Ronald Dupont
James Holdsworth
Stephane Joannes
Hendrik Kerstens
Rachel Lévy
Jeanne Lorioz
Helen Lyôn
Jean Oddes
Anne Penman Sweet
Vincent Richeux
Seamus A Ryan
Betty Van der Voort


Sample Art Work (15)

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Current Exhibitions

Orlanda Broom
March 2011

Stephanie Hoppen Gallery is pleased to be showing new works by Orlanda Broom. Her imaginative landscape paintings of brilliant kaleidoscopic colour border on the fantastical: they are vivid and energetic. Forests, waterfalls and flora are present; the familiar motifs of landscape painting. However, in her works they are rendered dreamlike: visionary interpretations of the ordinary, exaggerated and romanticised by the artist.

Working from memory, Broom's paintings evolve organically through layers in an abstract expressionist manner. The impact of light and colour is central to her work, and the technique of using layers of clear resin, like a varnish, creates a high-gloss, glasslike finish, adding a saturation to the colour that intensifies and bejewels the paintings.


Forthcoming Exhibitions

April 2011 / Eric Chan
Solo Show

May 2011 / Denis Fremond
Solo Show

June 2011 / James Holdsworth
Solo Show



Previous Exhibitions

Rachel Lévy & Rebecca Louise Law
February 2011

New photography exhibition by French artist Rachel Lévy. Printed onto cotton paper to resemble watercolour paintings, her photographs of dying flowers bring a modern edge to botanical photography. Hung in groups of nine or fifteen, the works create striking walls of colour and can be hung in both contemporary and more classical interiors. Please see the attached images.

To complement the photographs of Rachel Levy, Stephanie Hoppen Gallery has specially commissioned two pieces by renowned London floral artist, Rebecca Louise Law. A background in both fine art and professional floristry inform her practise of combining flowers and natural materials to create beautifully unique floral installations. For this exhibition, Rebecca has sourced antique Victorian wooden chairs, which she will fill with fresh flowers, seamlessly integrating man-made and natural materials. Over time the blooms will fade and languish organically, revealing the unconventional beauty of faded grandeur captured in Levy's photographs.


Art Fairs

London Art Fair
Art London


Submission Policy

Email images to info@stephaniehoppen.com or mail CD and catalogues to the gallery address


Press Releases

Contact info@stephaniehoppen.com for press enquiries or see website www.stephaniehoppen.com


Press Links

www.stephaniehoppen.com


News

March 2011 - James A Holdsworth in Paris

Throughout March James Holdsworth will be exhibiting a collection of works in Paris at Sibman Gallery in collaboration with Stephanie Hoppen. Holdsworth has received extensive coverage in the French press over the past 12 months, and now audiences will be able to see his unique works in France for the first time. Featuring the famous and infamous in colourful and glossy layered compositions, they will be on show in Place des Voges.

For further information please contact the gallery.


Location And Getting There

Located on Walton Street, one of London's most charming streets filled with wonderful 'one off' shops, designers and galleries as well as restaurants and chic bars.

Underground stations: South Kensington and Knightsbridge.


Contact-Directors/Staff

Stephanie Hoppen



Opening Times

Tues - Friday: 10:00am - 6:00pm
Saturday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm