London route

The Great WALK of Art





DATE: Saturday 15 December 2018, 3-5 pm

MEETING PLACE: PACE, 6 Burlington Gardens, London W1S 3ET

NEAREST TUBE STATION: Green Park or Piccadilly








New works by Brent Wadden influenced by folk and Bauhaus textiles,

North American tapestry weaving, and Abstract Expressionism.


David Zwirner

Gordon Matta-Clark, a central figure of

the downtown New York art scene in the 1970s.


Timothy Taylor

Alex Katz’s new large-scale paintings are inspired by the Coca-Cola Girls,

an integral component of the company’s advertising

from the 1890’s through to the 1960’s, emanating an ideal of the American woman.


Sadie Cole HQ

Katja Seib's paintings made on rough burlap and found textiles

and marked by recurring symbols and subjects.


Almine Rech

Todd Bienvenu’s new paintings feed off the kind of ugly emotions

usually swept under the carpet by art world good manners.




The route may change on the day.


Exhibitions introduced by galleries' directors and curators.

Participants receive a walk's itinerary at the start of the walk.

Drinks after the walk for those who can join.



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