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Hay Hill Gallery is pleased to announce its participation in Art16. The gallery is launching new works by the leading artist Victoria Kovalenchikova. Visit us at Olympia, London, stand C10.
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New sculpture of Eleanor Cardozo is now on display at the Lower Hay Hill Gallery
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Come visit us at Hay Hill Gallery for the Group Exhibition! Today the private view at 6 pm
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2016-04-05
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'INTO THE WILD' 4-30 April 2016 the new solo exhibition by Maurizio Camatta at Hay Hill Gallery!

We are waiting for you today at 6 pm for the private view!!
5 May 2016, 6-8 pm 
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Hay Hill Gallery presents the forthcoming solo exhibition:
INTO THE WILD by Maurizio Camatta

Maurizio Camatta in his new works paints the air, the wind with its turbulence that stirs the air, the breath that nurtures and shakes everyday living.
 
The air corporeality as a metaphor of the human soul are inspired by these recent works by Maurizio Camatta, in continuity with the pattern of cosmic creation and the four primary elements that characterizes the artist's entire production.
 
Through floating and transparent colours, so light as to be taken in with just a look, Camatta highlights the contrast between the ethereal aspect of the depiction of the sky and the expressive power of the painting, which is fixed on the canvas through insistent and layered strokes.
 
Shaping the material with rational and informal gestures, the artist explores the emotional power of colour in these landscapes. By entering into the soul of the things, it describes the sensory implications accompanying the observer in a suggestive inevitable reaction.
The image becomes the unconscious language through which to communicate their feelings. With the colours, Maurizio Camatta expresses all the force of the air, the wind and the breath of life that wants to wipe out the deepest troubles of the human soul.
Text of Roberta Filippi, translated by Chiji Aranoutu
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Roger Aslin
‘URBAN NARRATIVES’
29 February - 2 April 2016

Hay Hill Gallery presents ‘Urban Narratives’ a new solo exhibition by Roger Aslin.
The recurrent subject of his works is a figure within an urban environment; this is influenced by Aslin’s personal interest in film and television. Paintings are often developed from his observations of city life caught on camera. These are then further explored digitally before being transferred to canvas, board or paper. Sense of space is created using a highly contrasting palette that reduces forms to their key elements, and attempts to distil the essence of each familiar scenario.
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Hay Hill gallery is delighted to announce the new solo show "Beyond the Beyond" by Gemma Billington from 29th February to 2nd of April at Hay Hill gallery in Baker Street.
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We are waiting for you at Hay Hill Gallery for a private view of 'Urban Labyrinths' the new solo exhibition by Federico Romero Bayter, tonight at 6pm!
For more information, please visit:
http://hayhill.com/history/exhibitions/bayter_evite16.html

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Hay Hill Gallery is exited to announce 'Urban Labhyrints', the forthcoming solo show of Federico Romero Bayter.
The exhibition sees as a protagonist the city that is drew in a three-dimensional way. Rapid signs and tangles of lines change the traditional perception of landscapes, buildings and roads

The private view of exhibition is on Tuesday 2nd February 2016, 6-8 pm at Hay Hill Gallery, 35 Baker Street.
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Hay Hill Gallery is exited to announce our forthcoming solo exhibition of Inga Krymskaya: '3045 Variations on The Feast of Venus', 10 - 16 December 2015.

For more information about the exhibition, please visit: 
http://www.hayhillgallery.com/events/krymskaya/krymskaya.html
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