Roxana Halls, Cover IV, oil on linen, 20 x 20 cms

Roxana Halls on ‘Ecriture Feminine’

Ahead of our next exhibition ‘Ecriture Feminine’, which opens on February 20th, Edgar Modern artist Roxana Halls wrote about what this concept means to her and her artistic practice: Discussions of identity feature prominently in contemporary culture, championed most recently

Roxana Halls, Cover IV, oil on linen, 20 x 20 cms

Roxana Halls on ‘Ecriture Feminine’

Ahead of our next exhibition ‘Ecriture Feminine’, which opens on February 20th, Edgar Modern artist Roxana Halls wrote about what this concept means to her and her artistic practice: Discussions of identity feature prominently in contemporary culture, championed most recently

Toni Cogdell, My Body Knows Unheard-Of Songs, oil on canvas 70 x 80 cm

Toni Cogdell on ‘Ecriture Feminine’

Edgar Modern artist Toni Cogdell wrote a personal response to the themes of our upcoming exhibition, Ecriture Feminine: Ecriture Feminine She is not contained. Disregard the faded and yellowing veil that conceals her fire. That myth of composure, the refined gentile

Toni Cogdell, My Body Knows Unheard-Of Songs, oil on canvas 70 x 80 cm

Toni Cogdell on ‘Ecriture Feminine’

Edgar Modern artist Toni Cogdell wrote a personal response to the themes of our upcoming exhibition, Ecriture Feminine: Ecriture Feminine She is not contained. Disregard the faded and yellowing veil that conceals her fire. That myth of composure, the refined gentile

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London Art Fair 2016.

Edgar Modern are thrilled to be returning to the London Art Fair again this year for its 28th edition, January 20th-24th at the Business Design Centre in Islington. We will be presenting new works from Henrietta Dubrey, Ronald F Smith,

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London Art Fair 2016.

Edgar Modern are thrilled to be returning to the London Art Fair again this year for its 28th edition, January 20th-24th at the Business Design Centre in Islington. We will be presenting new works from Henrietta Dubrey, Ronald F Smith,

Mhairi McGregor, Cloch Point,  oil on board, 53 x 53 cm

Upcoming Exhibition: From Land’s End to John O’Groats

Our first exhibition of the new year will be ‘From Land’s End to John O’Groats’, a celebration of inspiring British landscapes in the artist colonies of Cornwall and Scotland (January 9th – February 6th). Edgar Modern is pleased to present works from Judy

Mhairi McGregor, Cloch Point,  oil on board, 53 x 53 cm

Upcoming Exhibition: From Land’s End to John O’Groats

Our first exhibition of the new year will be ‘From Land’s End to John O’Groats’, a celebration of inspiring British landscapes in the artist colonies of Cornwall and Scotland (January 9th – February 6th). Edgar Modern is pleased to present works from Judy

Henrietta Dubrey, New Abstract Spirit No.6, Oil paint, crayon and pencil on paper, 21 x 15 cm

Christmas Gifts from Edgar Modern

If you’re planning on treating a loved one to a work of art this Christmas, our enthusiastic team here at Edgar Modern will be happy to help you find something just right for them. A work of art is not

Henrietta Dubrey, New Abstract Spirit No.6, Oil paint, crayon and pencil on paper, 21 x 15 cm

Christmas Gifts from Edgar Modern

If you’re planning on treating a loved one to a work of art this Christmas, our enthusiastic team here at Edgar Modern will be happy to help you find something just right for them. A work of art is not

Henrietta Dubrey, Exposed, oil on canvas, 130 x 105 cm

A peek at ‘Écriture Féminine’

In February 2016 Edgar Modern will hold a multi-artist exhibition entitled ‘Écriture Féminine’, curated by recent UWE MA Curating graduate Jennifer Dudley. Hélène Cixous first coined the term ‘écriture féminine’ in her 1975 essay, “The Laugh of the Medusa”, where she asserts

Henrietta Dubrey, Exposed, oil on canvas, 130 x 105 cm

A peek at ‘Écriture Féminine’

In February 2016 Edgar Modern will hold a multi-artist exhibition entitled ‘Écriture Féminine’, curated by recent UWE MA Curating graduate Jennifer Dudley. Hélène Cixous first coined the term ‘écriture féminine’ in her 1975 essay, “The Laugh of the Medusa”, where she asserts

Dominic Hills, Blue Godard, oil on canvas, 56 x 71 cm

New works in from Carl Melegari, Henrietta Dubrey & Dominic Hills!

It’s been a busy week here in the gallery as we’ve taken delivery of lots of new and exciting pieces. See anything you like? Contact us on: 01225 443 746 / enquiries@edgarmodern.com    

Dominic Hills, Blue Godard, oil on canvas, 56 x 71 cm

New works in from Carl Melegari, Henrietta Dubrey & Dominic Hills!

It’s been a busy week here in the gallery as we’ve taken delivery of lots of new and exciting pieces. See anything you like? Contact us on: 01225 443 746 / enquiries@edgarmodern.com