Sladmore Contemporary at 32 Bruton Place, just off Berkeley square has been exhibiting contemporary and modern sculpture for almost 50 years. As well as our well established gallery space we have regularly shown at most major International Art Fairs including TEFAF Maastricht, Masterpiece London and the Paris Bienalle.
Regular one man exhibitions by our stable of sculptors are interspersed with interesting mixed shows and our Jermyn street sister gallery continues to show rare and important sculpture by 19th and 20th century masters.
Roger Law used to be famous. He was the evil genius behind the mocking caricature puppets of Spitting Image, the award winning TV series, which ran for over 12 years. When the satire bubble burst Law transported himself to Australia where he bought paint and brushes and began chasing rainbows. A growing interest in ceramics had him move to Jingdezhen, China's "porcelain city" where the Chinese have made porcelain for over two thousand years. The Sladmore is delighted to be the first gallery to exhibit the work he created there, spectacular ceramics as witty and beautiful as his caricatures were rude and ugly. He has shown these works at the "Collect" fair in May.
Works from his forthcoming exhibition can be viewed online here, and a pdf of the catalogue can be downloaded here.
Sophie Dickens New Work
1st - 24th October 2014
Her troop of large monkeys are already climbing up the front of the gallery. This exhibition shows the fruits of Sophie's labours of the last 2 years, as well as her signature series pieces, she has produced some lyrical figure sculpture And a fabulous installation of 13 busy rats! Please contact the gallery if you would like to receive a copy of the hard copy catalogue and price list.
All works are available to view online here, and a pdf of the catalogue can be downloaded here.