Untitled (Provencal Stones)
Jelena Bulajić paintings are a tangible act of faith. Faith based on a spectacular technical skill and a fascination with the materiality of paint itself. They are a decision to control and choose her subject matter.
Opened from 9th October
Following the exhibition of Nick Knight’s Roses from my Garden in 2019, Albion Barn presents ten large-format mountain images taken in 2021-2022 in the Alps.
Monday 12th June – Friday 8th September 2023
In June, Waddesdon Manor will open Joana Vasconcelos’ Wedding Cake to the public. The twelve-metre-tall ceramic sculptural pavilion adds to the garden folly tradition, as a symbol of love, festivity, and joy. The project is the latest in a series of collaborations between Albion, the Rothschild Foundation and the artist.
With this show Albion Barn is celebrating the ready-made, the enduring presence of neon lighting, the digital and the manufactured.
8 October 2022 – 24 February 2023
Albion Barn is delighted to present, in collaboration with Lisson Gallery and the artist, three works by Tony Oursler which will be displayed in the trees around Albion Fields on Saturday 16th October from 7pm until midnight.
16th October 2022
Albion Barn is delighted to present an exhibition of new works titled LINEAR PAINTINGS by James Capper, produced by the artist’s painting machine HYDRALINER.
25 February – 23 September 2022
Albion Barn is pleased to present an exhibition of recent works by James Capper. The ROTARY PAINTINGS form a significant body of work created using the HYDRA PAINTER – a hydraulic painting machine.
29 March 2021 – 23 September 2022
Albion Barn is delighted to present ‘…and his friends’, a solo exhibition of new paintings by Douglas Gordon.
18 October 2021 – 28 February 2022
Roses from my Garden displayed the rose as an enduring symbol of beauty. Photographed on an iPhone, the digital images of roses are enlarged and filtered through software that uses AI to infill the space between pixels, calling to attention the painterly qualities of the blossoms themselves.
Mudskipper saw British artist James Capper create a mobile sculpture on the River Thames. Mudskipper walked up the riverbank at Battersea Power Station.
The show presents sculptures by Magdalene Odundo, accompanying almost 50 vintage Constantin Brâncuşi photographs.
13 October 2020 – 23 January 2021
I guess all paintings are in some way windows or doors?
11 November 2019 – 10 January 2020
Albion Barn is pleased to present Nick Knight’s first-ever major still life exhibition in the UK.
24 June – 12 November 2019
On the eve of the publication of the monograph John Virtue written by Paul Moorhouse and published by Albion Barn Publishing and Ridinghouse, Albion Barn is delighted to present an exhibition of new paintings by John Virtue.
“I want my jungles to feel like they are pumped up on steroids, simple syrup, coffee and cocaine, swimming in this cocktail of a Petri dish like a bit of botched Botox or bio lab muscle.”
22 October 2018 – 22 February 2019
Landscape forms a central pillar of the psyche of British history and its romantic tradition.
15 January – 4 May 2018
The show encompasses recent works from many areas of her practice.
4 June – 14 September 2018
John Virtue is one of the most distinguished painters working today in the United Kingdom.
17 July – 15 September 2017
This exhibition does not answer questions such as, is the function transcendent to the form, or vice versa. It offers no solutions to the perennial conundrum being asked in every object.
2 October 2016 – 4 January 2017
For her second exhibition with Albion, Avish moves into new territory making images that use film stills.
20 May – 26 June 2017
We are delighted to present to the public the largest presentation to date of the work of British sculptor James Capper.
8 April – 14 May 2017
Organised with Phillips, Material World was a selling exhibition that included 40 works from throughout Joana Vasconcelos’ career.
Michael Hue-Williams is delighted to be presenting his first exhibition in sixteen years with John Virtue at Albion Barn, opening 2nd April 2015.
6 April – 27 July 2015
Country Life is a brand-new collection of work by British Artist Richard Woods; opening this spring at Albion Barn.
12 June – 18 November 2014
Michael Hue-Williams is pleased to announce the opening of James Turrell’s Five Decades.
16th October 2013 – 20 April 2014
Albion was involved with the organisation of House of Cards, an exhibition by Christie’s of major sculptural works by the world’s leading contemporary artists.
The second Siwa Art Project was ‘The Ship of Tolerance’ (2005) by Ilya and Emilia Kabakov.
In 2003 Fung collaboratives approached Michael Hue-Williams to support The Snow Show in Finland.
2004 – 2006
In 2003 ‘Man, Eagle, and Eye in the Sky’ was realised at Siwa Oasis, in the Egyptian Sahara desert by Cai Guo-Qiang, Michael Hue-Williams, Alia Al Senussi, and Sharmini Periera.