Christmas Salon 2010

10 Dec 2010 – 22 Jan 2011

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Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday: 11am-6pm, Thursday: 11am-7pm, Saturday: 11am-4pm

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London, United Kingdom


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  • Victoria / Sloane Square
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Eleven's annual Christmas Salon is back for its third installment. A cut above previous editions, the exhibition will feature works by gallery artists including Marius Bercea, Kent Christensen, Harry Cory Wright, Rick Giles, Roland Hicks, Natasha Kissell, Natasha Law, Olly & Suzi, Ben Turnbull and Jonathan Yeo. Alongside Eleven's artists, this year's Christmas Salon will also feature works by other leading names in contemporary art including Andy Warhol, Grayson Perry and Jake & Dinos Chapman. The Salon was a place where only the most influential artists were exhibited. Christmas Salon will present the highest quality of art in this eclectic floor-to-ceiling exhibition. Christmas Salon is realised through an ever-changing display. Anyone who acquires a work of art will be able to take it home with them that day, and new works will be added to the show to allow the exhibition to transform over time. The intention of the Christmas Salon is to make purchasing art work inclusive and enjoyable for everyone, from the first time buyer to seasoned collector. Christmas Salon will present a vast selection of works on paper, oils on canvas, and photographs. With prints starting at £80, the works would make ideal Christmas gifts, and offer an affordable avenue to start or enhance your own collection. This lively exhibition caters to all tastes and budgets. From emerging to established artists, Christmas Salon truly offers something for everyone. The exhibition will featured new limited edition prints by Jonathan Yeo and Ben Turnbull as well as prints produced by the gallery artists since 2005. The gallery will close at 7pm on Thursday 23rd December 2010 and will open again at 11am on Tuesday 4th January 2011.


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