Specialist Dealers in Modern, Post-War and Contemporary British Art
Offer Waterman opened his first gallery in Chelsea, London in 1996. Now based in a five-storey Georgian townhouse in Mayfair, the gallery has developed an international following for its exceptional 20th Century and Contemporary art. Previously the historic William Morris & Co showroom, the gallery at 17 St. George Street provides a relaxed and understated exhibition space across three floors, with a library and research centre on the fifth. The gallery's experienced and approachable team are dedicated to helping collectors, at all levels, develop remarkable and individual art collections. Offer Waterman places considerable importance on the production and delivery of...
Offer Waterman
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  • David Hockney: Family and Friends, 04 June - 18 June 2021

    David Hockney

    My Mother Sleeping L.A., 1982

    Photographic Collage

    59.1 x 59.1 cm | 23 1/4 x 23 1/4 in

    Signed, titled, dated and numbered 15 from edition of 20

    David Hockney: Family and Friends

    04 June - 18 June 2021
    For London Gallery Weekend, Offer Waterman is delighted to announce their presentation of an exceptional selection of rare and early works by Britain’s greatest living artist, David Hockney. David Hockney: Family and Friends is an exhibition of works on paper and photographic collages of Hockney’s inner circle spanning over three decades of artistic production: experimental works from his early career whilst still a student at the Royal College of Art in the 1960s , detailed line drawing portraits from the 1970s and photographic collages from the 1980s. The selection includes Heaven Perpendicular (c1960-61), one of an important series of highly imaginative and personal compositions which demonstrates the young artist coming into his own, through the development of his unique pictorial language. Peter Crutch, Hockney’s unrequited crush and fellow student at the Royal College, who features in numerous works from this period, appears to be the subject of Hockney’s lust in...