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Established in 2012, Kristin Hjellegjerde quickly gained recognition as an international gallery dedicated to exhibiting a roster of innovative, international artists, both emerging and established, with strong theoretical and aesthetic bases. Known for its multicultural curatorial approach, the gallery has, over the past years, fostered close and cooperative relationships with museums and curators worldwide, maintaining a deep devotion to the artists it represents.

Kristin Hjellegjerde Gallery
2 Melior Place
London
SE1 3SZ
+44 203 904 6349
  • WABI-SABI, 14 May - 12 June 2021

    Natascha Schmitten

    Poise II, 2020

    Ink and oil on nylon

    130 x 110 cm

    WABI-SABI

    14 May - 12 June 2021
    Group Show with Cigdem Aky, Jack Bidewell, Gabriela Giroletti, Emilia Kina, Adeline de Monseignat, Natascha Schmitten, Alisa Sikelianos-Carter, Panos Tsagaris, Adia Wahid. In the context of art, the ancient Japanese philosophy of wabi-sabi is often defined as a kind of flawed beauty, an appreciation for the anomalies that arise in nature or during the process of making something as well as the acceptance of visible marks of age or wear. The latest group show at Kristin Hjellegjerde’s London Bridge gallery brings together the work of nine artists who, in different ways, embrace spontaneity, fluidity, motion and gesture to create distinctly captivating works of art that investigate process, materiality and the complexities of human perception. While each of the artists embraces different mediums and materials, their work is linked by an absorbing interest in the artistic process itself; in making of a work that has the power to captivate, intrigue or...