Focused on three gallery spaces across central London, Sadie Coles HQ has been presenting exhibitions of new and established artists for twenty-five years.
Sadie Coles HQ is a London-based contemporary art gallery representing around fifty established and emerging international artists. The gallery opened in London in 1997, with its inaugural exhibition – of new paintings by American painter John Currin – presented in parallel with an offsite show by British artist Sarah Lucas, The Law, at St John Street. This pairing established the international breadth of the gallery's programme, which it has since expanded upon over the past two decades. Since its inception, Sadie Coles HQ has operated from a variety of spaces, mounting numerous off-site projects throughout the city and abroad; most...
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  • Kati Heck: Bonnie Bonne Bon, Opening in June 2021

    Kati Heck
    Bonnie Bonne Bon - come on, sense!, 2021
    Oil and charcoal on stitched canvas, artist frame with messing plates
    280 x 350 cm

    110 1⁄4 x 137 3⁄4 in
    Credit: © Kati Heck, courtesy Sadie Coles HQ, London.
    Photo: Pieter Huybrechts

    Kati Heck: Bonnie Bonne Bon

    Opening in June 2021
    Opening in June 2021, Kati Heck presents Bonnie Bonne Bon, an exhibition comprising a new series of paintings, drawings and a sculpture. At its centre, Heck draws on the image of the horse as a motif that has been intimately tied to the human psyche since pre-historic era. Variously understood as a signifier of power, spirituality, compassion, fertility, and equally as subject to the dominion of man, Heck reenvisages the creature as a potent symbol of feminine power. Kati Heck is best known for her depictions of contemporary life, filtered through the lens of a dream-like and often absurdist sur-reality. Through her wide-ranging practice, she creates scenographies that amalgamate sensibilities of the every day, with theatrical and art historical elements, as well as her own personal symbolism.