Newport Street Gallery to present exhibition of paintings by John Bellany and Alan Davie

Newport Street Gallery
Opening on Wednesday 27 February and running for six months.
Newport Street Gallery will present an exhibition of work by John Bellany (1942–2013) and Alan Davie (1920–2014), opening on Wednesday 27 February and running for six months. Titled ‘Cradle of Magic’, the two-man show will feature 49 paintings and works on paper. Spanning four decades, the exhibition demonstrates the importance of Celtic symbolism and imagery to these two visionary twentieth-century artists, working a generation apart.

Titled ‘Cradle of Magic’, the two-man show will feature 49 paintings and works on paper. Spanning four decades, the exhibition demonstrates the importance of Celtic symbolism and imagery to these two visionary twentieth-century artists, working a generation apart.

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About Newport Street Gallery
Newport Street Gallery opened in Vauxhall, south London, in October 2015. Spanning five buildings, the
gallery presents solo or group exhibitions of work drawn from Damien Hirst’s extensive Murderme art
collection, which he has been building since the late 1980s. Hirst’s interest in curating dates back to the
beginning of his artistic career and his organisation of the groundbreaking ‘Freeze’ exhibition in south
London in 1988.
The gallery is the realisation of Hirst’s long-term ambition to share his extensive collection of art – which
includes over 3,000 works – with the public. In October 2016, the gallery was awarded the respected RIBA
Stirling Prize for the UK’s best new building of the year.
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