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14/11/11

Our Dogs 11th November

27/10/11

1ST DIBS INTROSPECTIVE MAGAZINE 06 OCTOBER 2011

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THE FINANCIAL TIMES 16 OCTOBER 2011

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ANTIQUES TRADE GAZETTE 22 OCTOBER 2011

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HELLO 31 OCTOBER 2011

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COUNTRY AND TOWN HOUSE OCTOBER 2011

17/10/11

Sophie Dickens - 'Satyrs' the making process

19/07/11

Impressive Nic Fiddian-Green installation continues at Jermyn Street Gallery and exhibition at Bruton Place until August 26th.

Photo of Nic Fiddian-Green's works at our Jermyn Street Gallery.

24/03/11

The Ice Bear Cometh to Manchester

A giant polar bear will be carved out of ice on Thursday 31 March in Piccadilly Gardens in city centre Manchester. London based Ice sculptor Mark Coreth and his team of three sculptors will spend six hours carving a four metre long, 2.2 metre high, 10 tonne block of ice into the shape of a life-size polar bear to celebrate the launch of The Manchester Museum’s new Living Worlds gallery which opens on 14 April 2011.

The exhibit, commissioned by The Manchester Museum, will be located at the southern end of the gardens facing Oldham Street. It will take anything from five days to completely melt away (depending on temperatures) and will reveal an artist’s impression of a polar bear skeleton sculpted in bronze.

This is the fifth polar bear the Ice Bear Project has created and the first outside London. Previously they have been featured in London’s Trafalgar Square in December 2009, Copenhagen and three cities in Canada – Toronto, Montreal and Ottawa. The artist also plans to create a sculpture outside the Sydney Opera House this summer.
 

01/03/11

Upcoming Nic Fiddian Green show in June

In June, Nic Fiddian Green will be showing new sculpture at our Bruton Place gallery.  Simultaneously he will create a site specific installation piece, similar to that illustrated here, in our of Jermyn Street gallery.  New monumental works will be unveiled at Royal Ascot, Goodwood and in Mount Street Gardens.  His 30ft high "Horse at Water" remains a London landmark at Marble Arch.

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