In this week’s roundup from the gallery we announce an exciting screening of one of our documentaries, a visit to a new artist, new abstract prints in stock and a look back to last weekend’s exhibition opening, with our first ever live broadcast.

Abstract-Art-Calderabstract print by Alexander Calder

A rare and important portfolio, Abstraction Creation Art Non Figuratif 1932-1936, was created in 1973 in an edition of 150 only to celebrate the French art movement Abstraction, Création formed in Paris in 1931.

Between 1932 and 1936, five editions of the cahier Abstraction Création: Art non-figuratif were published in Paris by the eponymous association, uniting all art movements who worked in and advocated abstract art.

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Abstract compositions by László Moholy-Nagy (above) Piet Mondrian (left) and Théo van Doesburg (right)

We are delighted to be able to offer these abstract prints by artists such as Kandinsky, Arp, Mondrian, Calder, Delaunay and Nagy.

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We are delighted to announce that our film Lee Kang-hyo ‘Onggi Master’ has been chosen from hundreds of international films to be one of just 36 screened at Real to Reel: The Craft Film Festival in London on 4th and 5th May.

View ceramics by Lee Kang-hyo here >

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We also paid a visit to new gallery artist Richard James – more news on that soon – and, last weekend, made our first ever live broadcast on Periscope from the opening of our new Rigby Graham exhibition.

View paintings and prints by Rigby Graham here >