London Art Fair 2019: The Living Collection, lit by TM Lighting
Towner has been chosen as the Museum Partner for the 2019 edition of the London Art Fair, which takes place from 16th to 20th January. Towner will be presenting The Living Collection, an exhibition that celebrates the gallery’s rich heritage of collecting, exhibiting and championing contemporary art for almost a century.
Towner’s exhibition at the fair will showcase a selection of works that are significant to the history of the gallery and its collection and will look at the way it has been shaped by its dedicated and innovative curators, who have sought to promote and support the most significant living artists of their time. As the gallery moves towards its centenary in 2023, the collection will play an important role in interpreting the last hundred years of regional history and be used as a catalyst to talk about the future.
Demonstrating the strength of the Towner Collection as an active, evolving body of contemporary art, the exhibition will feature modern and contemporary works by Eric Ravilious, Edward Bawden, John Nash, William Nicholson, Duncan Grant, William Gear, Gertrude Hermes, Tirzah Garwood, and Wolfgang Tillmans.
This selection will not only highlight the role of Sussex as ‘The Artists’ County’, a place of inspiration which has nurtured artists and makers but will also champion key figures from its history that promoted radical thinking and inspired social change throughout the twentieth century.
To celebrate their exhibition at London Art Fair 2019, Towner is commissioning a new wallpaper artwork responding to the collection, which will form the backdrop of the Towner’s display at the Fair.
TM Lighting – Leading Specialists in Lighting Art
TM Lighting work closely with some of the world’s most prestigious clients to light and preserve their art collections, through vastly superior lighting, combining their products with technical expertise and a highly specialist advisory service. TM Lighting design and manufacture award winning luminaires and lights which incorporate advanced LED technology and a unique balance of colour rendition, temperature and consistency. Superior picture and accent lights ensure the colour within each artwork is rich, the canvas evenly illuminated, and the pigments conserved.
Clients range from stately homes such as Waddesdon Manor Rothschild Collection, English Heritage Apsley House, Historic Royal Palaces Hillsborough Castle and Hampton Court Palace to high-profile global galleries and auction houses such as The National Gallery, Christie’s and Sotheby’s, high-end retail spaces such as Harrods and Selfridges and a roster of private clients, collectors and residences all over the world.
At London Art Fair 2019, TM Lighting will provide specialist art lighting for Towner Gallery’s important exhibition utilising the LED GalleryOneFifty, a high-performance spotlight with narrow optics and a magnetic, quick change lens, which is ideally suited for lighting in galleries and museums with tall ceilings and rolling collections. Additionally, TM Lighting will use their superior Slim Light Pro Picture Lights.
TM Lighting are pleased to also be lighting JGM Gallery’s presentation (Stand 4) for their group show of work by contemporary artists Ralph Anderson, Juan Bolivar, Alice Wilson, Doris Bush Nungarrayi, Bob Gibson, Dominic Beattie, Danie Mellor.
To coincide with this presentation, TM Lighting will host ‘Satellite’, a group exhibition curated by JGM Gallery, on display at TM Lighting Gallery from 18th January – 15th March 2019. A Private View of ‘Satellite’ will take place at TM Lighting Gallery from 6.30pm – 8.30pm, Wednesday 13th February 2019.
On Wednesday 16th January TM Lighting is participating in London Art Fair’s Museum Day talk at ‘Going Behind The Scenes for Curatorial Care’, 12 – 1pm.
Talk description: What are the concerns around conservation in heritage and modern collections? How can technology enable better care and display? What are the considerations for artists, curators and gallerists to display exhibitions in a safe and cost-effective way?
The discussion will include:
- Cristina Alfonsin, Collection Manager for Rothschild Foundation, for the collection displayed at Waddesdon Manor and Spencer House
- Andrew Molyneux, Co-Founder, TM Lighting
- Matthew Travers, Director, Piano Nobile
- Corinne Farmer, Conservator, Towner Gallery
This talk aimed at museum professionals is by private invitation by London Art Fair, only. For more information about London Art Fair visit www.londonartfair.co.uk/
Image: Eric Ravilious, Downs in Winter, 1935, (c) The Towner Collection
TM Lighting Gallery presents ‘Satellite’, a group exhibition by JGM Gallery, alongside London Art Fair 2019
To coincide with London Art Fair 2019, TM Lighting is delighted to announce ‘Satellite’, a group exhibition presented and curated by JGM Gallery, will be on display at TM Lighting Gallery from 18th January – 15th March 2019.
JGM Gallery is presenting a group show at London Art Fair 2019 which will be lit by TM Lighting and enhanced by a ‘Satellite’ project at TM Lighting’s gallery located near London’s Kings Cross, close to the London Art Fair venue.
The presentation across both venues is a showcase of mid-career and established talent from London and Australia, with particular attention drawn to abstraction, landscape and cultural heritage. Exhibiting artists include: Dominic Beattie, Juan Bolivar, Bob Gibson, Danie Mellor, Alice Wilson, and Ralph Anderson.
Jennifer Guerrini-Maraldi, Director of JGM Gallery, comments, “The gallery seeks to show great contemporary art regardless of ethnicity or origin. We’re very pleased to be able to present the work of these artists both at London Art Fair and for an extended period at the ‘Satellite’ exhibition at TM Lighting Gallery”
TM Lighting, art lighting specialists, will collaborate with JGM Gallery to illuminate the works of art in ‘Satellite’ using its high colour rendition Gallery One Fifty LED spotlights to bring the works of art to life at the TM Lighting Gallery.
Andrew Molyneux, Co-Founder of TM Lighting comments, “It’s very exciting to collaborate with JGM Gallery to bring works of such diversity into a group exhibition and to present and light them at our new gallery space, part of our annual programme supporting contemporary artists.”
Alice Wilson (b. 1982, UK)
Alice Wilson (b. 1982, United Kingdom) received an M.A. in Fine Art, in 2011 from Wimbledon College of Art, UAL, and her BAhons 1st Class in 2005, from the Loughborough University School of Art and Design. Recently completing a residency in Aarhus, Denmark during May 2018 supported by the British Council, she returned to Aarhus in October for a significant Solo Exhibition at Godsbanen. Other recent exhibitions include HarderEdge at the Saatchi Gallery, London, Dec 2018 – Jan 2019 Unlearning a Solo Exhibition @ DOLPH projects, September ’17, and Recreational Grounds, a public intervention in a disused South London car park, April 2018.
Dominic Beattie (b. 1981, London, England)
Dominic Beattie completed his BA in Fine Art Painting from Camberwell College of Art in 2003. Beattie is an abstract artist and contemporary furniture designer. Most recently Beattie has installed an artwork over five floors in the Hyperion Groups’s central London offices. Dominic has exhibited his work widely at The Saatchi Gallery, The Royal Academy, JGM Gallery and Fold Gallery, In 2015 he won the UK/Raine prize for painting at The Saatchi Gallery.
Ralph Anderson (b. 1977, Glasgow, Scotland)
Ralph Anderson received an MA. in Fine Art from Wimbledon College of Art, UAL in 2012 and his BA in Fine Art from London Guildhall University in 2001. 2005-08 he was part of ‘The Viewing Club’ a European painting group that put on exhibitions predominantly in London and Berlin but also featuring other European cities. Recent exhibitions include Lucent Umbra Paintings at JGM Gallery 2017 and One Thousand Years at TM Lighting Gallery 2018, both significant solo representations, in addition he has been artist in Residence at Paris’s Gare du Nord, Eurostar Business Premier Lounge where his work was on display for the duration of 2018.
Juan Bolivar (b. 1966 Caracas, Venezuela)
Bolivar Graduated from Goldsmiths College in 2003 receiving the Warden’s Prize. He has received a Pollock-Krasner Award twice (2000, 2009). Juan Bolivar’s paintings deal with language, abstraction and formalism. His work is in important collections such as The Government Art Collection, and he has been selected for significant exhibitions such as New British Painting, John Hansard Gallery, University of Southampton (2003), East international, Norwich School of Art (2007), and more recently in 2015 included in Nanjing Museum’s first international exhibition of contemporary art, where he was a prize winner. He lives and works in London
Bob Gibson (b. 1974 Papunya, Northern Territory)
Bob Gibson Tjungarrayi was born at Papunya,( Northern Territory) in 1974, before moving with his family to Tjukurla in the remote Gibson Desert, during the time of the homelands movement. The son of renowned artist Mary Gibson, Bob paints his ancestral stories with a raw intensity. His palette of wild hues reveals an unrestrained joy for experimentation, tempered with nostalgia as he recalls his father’s country around Patjarr and his mother’s country of Kulkuta.Bob Gibson currently lives and works in the Gibson Desert, Western Australia.
Henry Skerritt, Art historian and senior curator of Kluge Ruhe Collection at the University of Virginia,USA writes. “Gibson’s works are not simply unmediated depictions of country, but integrated and resolved extensions of cultural knowledge.”
Danie Mellor 9b. 1971, Queensland, Australia)
Danie Mellor is today one of Australia’s most celebrated artists. Born in Mackay, Queensland in 1971, his Aboriginal family were from the rainforests of Northern Queensland, and his father’s family emigrated from California, coming to Australia in the early 1900s. Mellor has lived in Australia, Scotland, South Africa and England and currently lives and works in Bowral, New South Wales. His twenty first century works unravel connections between his familial cultures and the secrets inherent in Australian history.
In the catalogue to his 10-year survey exhibition Danie Mellor: Exotic Lies Sacred Ties atThe University of Queensland Art Museum in 2014, Dr Cambell Gray writes: “Danie Mellor’s work is at once beautiful and a calling to account. Finely crafted, embellished and framed, with images and devices that disarm with humour, narrative and a play on the ‘exotic’, the work nonetheless confronts and confounds our understanding of the past. Mellor tells stories that are neither simple nor complete. Instead, the view is presented with multiple layers that challenge assumptions. Stories collide and metaphors reach further than expected.”
A Private View of ‘Satellite’ will take place at TM Lighting Gallery from 6.30pm – 8.30pm Wednesday 13th February 2019. This exhibition at TM Lighting Gallery is in association with
Image: Danie Mellor ‘Creek View’, 2018, Diasec Mounted Photograph, 120x145cm edition of 3
Exhibition dates: 18th January – 15th March 2019.
Exhibition open hours: weekdays 10am – 5pm, by prior appointment.
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TM Lighting is pleased to support artists through hosting annual exhibitions and providing complimentary exhibition space for artists, and gallery collaborations. Exhibitions in the TM Lighting gallery are lit by the GalleryOneFifity (G150) LED spotlights. As with TM Lighting’s full range of LED luminaires the G150 uses high CRI 95+ colour rendition LED’s.
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About JGM Gallery
JGM Gallery is an exhibition platform for enriching contemporary art. The gallery was established in 2017 by owner and director, Jennifer Guerrini Maraldi, following her successful years as a private dealer trading as JGM Art., established as the most distinguished source of contemporary Australian Indigenous art in the United Kingdom.
JGM Art’s agenda is to create greater awareness of significant contemporary Australian Aboriginal art, both in the UK and internationally.
Today, JGM Gallery presents art from indigenous Australian artists alongside contemporary British and International artists in an exciting annual exhibition program.
About TM Lighting:
TM Lighting is the UK’s leading art lighting specialist, manufacturing exceptional high colour rendition LED picture lights and luminaires for the art market. With a shared passion and appreciation for art, Founding Directors Andrew Molyneux and Harry Triggs established TM Lighting in 2012. The company mission is to transform international art collections with light, and to educate collectors about the advances in lighting technology. TM Lighting’s award-winning lighting products bring art to life within private residences, stately homes, galleries and institutions, with commissions for high-end contemporary spaces.
26th November 2018
Brasserie of Light – a new destination restaurant and bar from Caprice Holdings
“It is about light, make-believe and dreams. Dreams in this restaurant will come true!” (Richard Caring, Caprice Holdings).
Contemporary, artistic and elegant, Brasserie of Light is a new destination restaurant and bar offering all day dining in a chic, Art Deco space set within Selfridges department store, London.
The centrepiece of the restaurant is a 24ft crystal encrusted Pegasus statue created especially by Damien Hirst, his largest scale artwork in London. The sculpture is set in a spectacular interior design from Martin Brudnizki, which features bold, colourful and light filled interiors, with an impressive central bar and private dining room. Diners enter the double-height restaurant via an exclusive entrance on Duke Street.
TM Lighting worked hand in hand with Hirst, Pangolin and We Make It Happen to provide specialist LED art lighting to highlight Hirst’s new work within the destination restaurant.
TM Lighting selected their GALLERYONEFIFTY LED spotlights and designed a custom mounting stanchion to integrate seamlessly into David Chipperfield’s monumental Duke Street glass façade. The G150’s illuminate the gigantic crystal and diamond dust encrusted Pegasus statue by Damien Hirst. The spotlights were custom finished to match seamlessly with the interiors and architecture of the space.
The GALLERYONEFIFTY (G150) is a high-performance track mounted art light specially developed for high ceiling spaces typical in galleries, museums and contemporary spaces. The G150 utilises high CRI 95+ full colour rendition LED’s to ensure true colour accuracy and bring art to life.
TM Lighting’s RIVOFORTY (R40) LED accent lights were also used to illuminate smaller crystal Pegasus editions that adorn the mirrored columns in the bar. TM’s RIVO Forty was selected for its combination of classical design features, antique finish and high colour rendition LEDs, echoing the chic style of the new art-deco brasserie.
Brasserie of Light officially opened on 26th November 2018.
Find out more and book here
Brasserie of Light
Duke Street Entrance
400 Oxford Street
Images Courtesy Caprice Holdings, Photography, @wonderhatch
The elegant The Foundling Museum in Brunswick Square, London tells the story of the Foundling Hospital, Britain’s first children’s charity and first public art gallery. The Museum is responsible for the care and maintenance of two collections – the Foundling Hospital Collection and the Foundling Museum Collection, which includes the Gerald Coke Handel Collection. These encompasses everyday objects used in the Foundling Hospital; books, documents and records, musical scores and librettos, photographs and oral history recordings, as well as significant works of art, clocks, furniture and interiors many of which were created especially for the Hospital and donated by their makers.
Their current milestone exhibition Ladies of Quality & Distinction celebrates the important history of the women who founded the hospital.
TM Lighting is proud to have been commissioned to install high colour rendition LED Classic Picture Lights to illuminate the art collection at the Foundling Museum.
For more informati0n about The Foundling Museum visit their website.
Image courtesy Foundling Museum, 2018 © Peter Mallet Photography.
TM Lighting Gallery is delighted to present an exhibition by British contemporary artist Ralph Anderson from 18th October – 21st December 2018. The exhibition will showcase Anderson’s bold abstract paintings including a large-scale, three panel triptych The Dog of Flanders, based on the Rubens altarpiece Descent from the Cross, in addition to a new multi-panel work Epicurus’ Interplanetary Conservatory which brings a more recognisably representational aspect to Anderson’s exploration of colour and gestural mark making. Additionally, examples of Anderson’s drawings and works on paper will compliment the larger aluminium and plywood pieces.
The exhibition One Thousand Years includes work from Anderson’s Lucent Umbra series, meaning ‘glowing’ or ‘shining’ shadow, referring to the technique he employs to give each work the illusion of a backlit glow and coloured shadow. This enhancement of the pared back and cut out paintings, that hang as floating reliefs, bring the surrounding walls of the gallery into play with the artwork, acting as temporal backgrounds for each image and erasing the definitive, framed edge of the painting. The resulting works hover between illusion and physical reality, investigating gesture and form whilst also playing with the notions of representation and non-representation in art.
TM Lighting, art lighting specialists, will collaborate with Anderson to illuminate the paintings showcasing their recently launched G150 high colour rendition LED spotlights to further enhance the luminosity of the neon reflective paint, investigating light, colour and shadow to reveal the three-dimensional qualities of the works within the gallery.
Private View: 6.30pm – 8.30pm 17th October 2018.
The exhibition will be lit by TM Lighting.
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