TEMPORARY GALLERY CLOSURECOVID-19
Following recent government restrictions due to the COVID-19 outbreak Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert will continue to operate remotely.
Our staff are available by phone or email from Monday to Friday (10am - 6pm).
Our exhibition Howard Hodgkin: Memories which was due open in April 2020 is postponed until further notice.
Over the coming weeks we shall be revisiting several past gallery exhibitions and making the catalogues available to read online.
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Since its establishment Hazlitt Holland-Hibbert has held numerous museum-quality exhibitions with works borrowed from public and private collections, including: Lucian Freud – Early Works 1940-58; Barbara Hepworth | Ben Nicholson: Sculpture & Painting in the 1930s; Gerald Laing: Space, Speed, Sex; Bridget Riley: Works 1960-66; and David Hockney – The Complete Early Etchings 1961-64. In our new series, Exhibitions Revisited, we are giving our audience a chance to explore the shows they might have missed through online access to catalogues, installation views and reviews. We kick off the series with a show of early paintings by British artist Richard Smith.
RICHARD SMITH: UPTOWN | DOWNTOWN 1959 - 1963
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