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Marian Goodman Gallery

The Marian Goodman Gallery is a contemporary art gallery in London, with two sister galleries located in New York Paris. Her vast experience in the art world has seen the gallery become a magnet for some of the most exciting artists on the international stage. The influence of her exhibitions are felt across the world and help to shape the landscape of the modern art today.

She represents artists on a long term basis which has seen the gallery become associated with people such as William Kentridge, Gerhard Richter, Tony Cragg and a host of internationally established names. With over thirty years in the industry Marian shows no sign of slowly down and the gallery looks set to continue from strength to strength.

5-8 Lower John Street
London
W1F 9DY

Tel: 020 7099 0088
Opening Times: Tue-Sat 10am-6pm

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    Matt Saunders Exhibition

    Until Saturday 17th February 2018

    This will be the first solo exhibition of Matt Saunders' work in London, and as always he brings together an invigorating combination of film and TV references with painting, photography and print. 

    Leni Peickert, the fictional character created by director Alexander Kluge, feature in a number of large-scale displays, and Jane Birkin can be seen as part of an animated piece based on her 'Je t'aime moi non plu' film from 1976.

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    FREEd 2
    • 2 x Adult: Free
    • 0 x Child: Free
    • 0 x OAP: Free
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