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Richard Saltoun

Richard Saltoun

Exhibition

Alexis Hunter: 10 Seconds | Curated by Natasha Hoare

6 Feb-30 Mar 2024
PV 6 Feb 2024

Past

2023
2022
2021
2020
2019
2018
2017
2016
2015
2014
2013

Artists represented

Eleanor Antin

American, b. 1935

Renate Bertlmann

Austrian, b. 1943

Alexander Brodsky

Russian, b. 1955

Paulo Bruscky

Brazilian, b. 1949

Jagoda Buić

Croatian, 1930-2022

Victor Burgin

British, b. 1941

Helen Chadwick

British, 1953-1996

Henri Chopin

French, 1922-2008

Lili Dujourie

Belgian, b. 1941

Rose English

British, b. 1950

Romany Eveleigh

British, b. 1934

Silvia Giambrone

Italian, b. 1981

Simryn Gill

Singaporean, b. 1959

Malcolm Le Grice

British, b. 1940

David Hall

British, 1937-2014

John Hilliard

British, b. 1945

Dom Sylvester Houédard

British, 1924-1992

Alexis Hunter

New Zealander, b. 1948

Peter Kennard

British, b. 1949

Friedl Kubelka

Austrian, b. 1946

Bob Law

British, 1934-2004

Bice Lazzari

British, 1900-1981

Rosa Lee

1957-2009

Barbara Levittoux-Świderska

Polish, 1933-2019

Laima Leyton

Brazilian, b. 1977

Bertina Lopes

Mozambican, 1924-2012

Roelof Louw

South African, 1936-2017

Franca Maranò

Italian, 1920-2015

Eliseo Mattiacci

Italian, 1940-2019

Gustavo Pérez Monzón

Cuban, b. 1956

Tony Morgan

British, 1938-2004

Everlyn Nicodemus

Tanzanian, b. 1954

Gina Pane

French, 1939-1990

Florence Peake

British, b. 1973

Marinella Pirelli

Italian, 1925-2009

Su Richardson

British, b. 1947

Greta Schödl

Austrian, b. 1929

Berni Searle

South African, b. 1964

Penny Slinger

British, b. 1947

Annegret Soltau

German, b. 1946

Jo Spence

British, 1934-1992

Ulay

German, 1943-2020

Edgardo Antonio Vigo

Argentine, Argentinian, 1927-1997

Jan Wade

Canadian, b. 1940

Shelagh Wakely

British, 1932-2011

Li Yuan-Chia

Chinese, 1929-1994

About

Founded in 2012, Richard Saltoun Gallery is based in Mayfair, London, and on Via Margutta, Rome. The gallery specialises in contemporary art, with an emphasis on feminist, conceptual and performance artists from the 1960s onwards. It is guided by a strong focus on rediscovering the work of important yet under-recognised artists through presentations at both its locations, online exhibitions, events and participation in art fairs around the world.