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Thomas Dane Gallery

The Thomas Dane gallery was established in Duke Street, St James's in March 2004, with an inaugural exhibition featuring the work of contemporary British artist Steve McQueen.

The opening of the gallery was the culmination of over a decade of activity behind the scenes. This has included supporting artists and landmark exhibitions, dealing privately and advising private and corporate clients.
Closely associated at the start with the generation of British artists whose work grew in stature in the 90's, the Thomas Dane gallery has now developed an expertise and reputation in the international arena.

The aim of the gallery is to present outstanding exhibitions of selected international contemporary artists employing a wide range of media including sculpture, installation, painting, video, film and photography.

London

United Kingdom
Address:
Thomas Dane Gallery First Floor 11 Duke Street St James's London SW1Y 6BN
Website: www.thomasdane.com


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Artists Represented

Hurvin Anderson
José Damasceno
Michel François
Anya Gallaccio
Arturo Herrera
Stefan Kürten
Luisa Lambri
Michael Landy
Glenn Ligon
Steve McQueen
Jean-Luc Moulène
Albert Oehlen
Paul Pfeiffer
Jorge Queiroz


Current Exhibitions

ALBERT OEHLEN

29 February – 29 March 2008
Opening Reception 28 February 6-8pm

The directors of Thomas Dane are pleased to announce Albert Oehlen’s second exhibition at the gallery.

Considered as the heir to a generation of master German painters including George Baselitz, Gerhard Richter and Sigmar Polke, for the past 30 years Oehlen has interrogated and tested the possibilities of painting. A student of Polke, and a contemporary of Martin Kippenberger, Jorge Immendorf and Werner Büttner, he is considered one of the most im-portant painters of his generation.

On the occasion of his second exhibition at the gallery, Albert Oehlen has produced a group of paintings, combining oil, inkjet print collage and spraypaint on canvas. Pop meets punk in this bold body of completely new paintings. Collage elements from German gothic rock magazines in one painting contrasts with blown-up digital prints of Palm Beach in another. With this group of works, the artist ‘wanted to do something with advertising images, which was the start of the whole project, but failed’, a project which instead shifted into ‘free col-lage... [ Read all ]


Forthcoming Exhibitions

Paul Pfeiffer
17 Jan 2008 - 16 Feb 2008

Albert Oehlen
27 Feb 2008 - 29 Mar 2008

Michel Francois
03 Apr 2008 - 03 May 2008

Stefan Kürten
08 May 2008 - 31 May 2008


Previous Exhibitions

2007
Luisa Lambri
Jean-Luc Moulène
Arturo Herrera
Anya Gallaccio: Three Sheets To The Wind
Very Abstract and Hyper Figurative
Alan Davie: Paintings 1955-1967

2006
Günther Förg: Paintings on Lead
Glenn Ligon
Civil Restitutions
Jean-Luc Moulène
Jorge Queiroz / Etienne Zack
José Damasceno

2005
Open-Ended
Albert Oehlen
A Certain Tendency in Representation
Translations - Creative Copying and Originality
Hurvin Anderson
Calder - The Forties
Stefan Kürten - Say Hello, Wave Goodbye

2004
Michael Landy - Welcome to my world
Paul Pfeiffer
Steve McQueen - Into This World


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Art Fairs

ARCO (07)
Art Basel Miami Beach ( 06, 07)
FIAC (07)
Frieze Art Fair ( 05, 06, 07)
The Armory Show (07)


Opening Times

Offices are open Monday to Friday 10-6 pm During the run of the current exhibition, the gallery is open from Tuesday to Friday 11-6 pm, Saturday 11-4 pm and otherwise by appointment.