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Last chance to see Sue Dunkley at Alison Jacques gallery

Sue Dunkley: Work from the 1960s and 1970s ends this Saturday. The Leicester born artist’s unmissable solo show at Alison Jacques gallery brings together work from the 60s and 70s, many of which confront the roles and contemporary depictions of women within this cultural landscape. We framed a number of pastel works on paper for this exhibition which hang alongside large-scale works on canvas. Much of the work exhibited here was produced in Dunkley’s former house and studio in Liverpool Rd, a stone’s throw from Frame London and in which her children last year curated an exhibition of 50 years of her work.   Sue Dunkley: Work from the 1960s and 1970s Alison Jacques gallery Until 29th July 2017    

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Ron Nagle, Amended Testimony @ Modern Art gallery

  Best known for his vibrant but intimate ceramic sculptural work and part in the California Clay Movement of the 1960s, Ron Nagle’s first solo exhibition on British soil opened at Modern Art last week. We were thrilled to to frame ten of his drawings for the exhibition. Executed on fine vellum and thin lined note paper in graphite and 18ct gold leaf pen, we created frames in thin splined maple frames with and mounted them with Japanese hinges in super thick conservation mounts.   Ron Nagle Amended Testimony Modern Art, 2 June – 8 July

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Never Knowing Nowhere- Daniel Lipp @ Marian Cramer, Amsterdam Art Fair gallery

Daniel Lipp’s Never Knowing Nowhere opens this weekend at Amsterdam Art Fair for Marian Cramer gallery. Utilising both digital and analogue techniques, Lipp is showing a series of complex multi-layered works on panels. Continuing in the tradition of artist frames, Lipp’s works are housed in super-thin natural and spray finish white tray frames of his own design and made here at Frame London.   Daniel Lipp Never Knowing Nowhere Locatie Amsterdam Art Fair:  Huidekoperstraat 28, 1017 ZM Amsterdam 13 May 2017 to 17 June 2017

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Nicholas Hatfull @ Josh Lilley Gallery gallery

We had the pleasure of attending the opening of Nicholas Hatfull’s second solo exhibition at Josh Lilley gallery last night. A modern day flaneur, Hatfull collects and transforms the discarded imagery and refuse of everyday life into impressionistic and surreal assemblages. The show comprises of 2D and sculptural work: we worked with Nicholas to design some custom frames for his textural collages, which were floated on museum board and housed in Tulip box frames and reinforced with our ‘non-crack’ corners and a bright matte white spray finish. Nicholas Hatfull Tofu Dealer (to kill my hunger in daytime wander) Josh Lilley Gallery 31 March 2017 – 10 May 2017  

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Ben Sansbury @ galeriepcp, Paris image

Pat recently designed some super-thin tray frames with London-based artist Ben Sansbury. These were sprayed in an extra cold white tone with a super-matte finish to contrast with the high sheen of Sansbury’s resin and dye work. You can see them in Our words return in patterns (part 1), a group exhibition organised by NOVEL with ICA curator Matt Williams at Galerie pcp in Paris and drawing on artists whose work explores language and fiction. patricia l. boyd, kp brehmer, studio for propositional cinema, yngve holen, cameron rowland, ben sansbury, martine syms et emily wardill Our words return in patterns (part 1) Galerie pcp, Paris  31 March 17 – 7 May 17

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Chris Succo at Almine Rech Gallery gallery

We chose our simple 001 profile in maple with a clear wax for the minimalist palette of German artist, Chris Succo. The five drawings are part of his second solo exhibition at Almine Rech gallery in Savile Row, Skin N’Bones, which comprises of recent paintings and drawings based on the artist’s diaristic sketching practise. The drawings, executed on very fine paper, were floated on museum board using Japanese hinging technique. Chris Succo, Skin N’ Bones Almine Rech Gallery March 16 — April 08, 2017

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