Modern and Contemporary British Art
Formed in 2002, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert is an independent association between Hazlitt, the long-established London gallery, and James Holland-Hibbert. The gallery holds an extensive stock of paintings, drawings and sculpture by Modern and Contemporary British artists of international renown. Since its establishment Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert has held numerous museum-quality exhibitions with works borrowed from public and private collections, including: Lucian­ Freud – Early Works 1940-58; Barbara Hepworth | Ben Nicholson: Sculpture & Painting in the 1930s; Gerald Laing: Space, Speed, Sex; and David Hockney – The Complete Early Etchings 1961-64.­ For over a decade Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert has fostered a close relationship with...
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  • Swinging London, Open from 12 April

    Swinging London, 2021

    Installation view at Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert, London

    Swinging London

    Open from 12 April
    An exhibition of paintings, sculpture and works on paper by British Pop artists including Peter Blake, Anthony Caro, Patrick Caulfield, Allen Jones, Gerald Laing, Eduardo Paolozzi and Richard Smith. In Spring 2021, Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert presents an exhibition devoted to British Pop art shown alongside a group of paper pulps made by the artist, Richard Smith (1931-2016). Pop Art has in many ways come to define the universally held perception of the Swinging Sixties. With its early origins dating back to 1952 in Britain with the advent of The Independent Group, it gained more significant momentum with a new generation of artists graduating from The Royal College of Art in London, led by Richard Smith, Peter Blake, Allen Jones, David Hockney, and Patrick Caulfield. Their work drew inspiration from a shared understanding of cosmopolitan life, music, literature, cinema, and fashion, bringing a fresh take on the contemporary urban art scene. This...