Mapping Abstraction





In an era where technology reigns and digital media is ubiquitous, Benjamin Brett, Blake Daniels, and Robert Fry consider abstraction as organic, and gestural – proving that one of the most conventional of disciplines – painting – remains one of the most experimental, abstract, and exhilarating.

Beers.Lambert Contemporary is an art gallery based in London at the core of the vibrant East-Central art scene, between Old Street and The City, with an exhibition program dedicated to the exploration of relevant issues through progressive, contemporary art.

Since its inception in 2008 in Canada, and relocation to London in 2010, Beers.Lambert Contemporary has worked with emerging and established artists internationally to explore exciting paths and trends in contemporary art. Today, our exhibitions offer a diverse array of thematic, aesthetic, and political concepts, highlighting an exciting approach to contemporary art that is both progressive and thought-provoking.

In late 2012, Director Kurt Beers embarked upon an exciting collaboration with Thames & Hudson, the UK's leading fine-art publisher: to author a publication entitled 100 Painters of Tomorrow in search of the most exciting emerging painters at work today internationally. Other collaborative ventures include a documentary with Channel4, exhibitions with London Institute of Philosophy, University of Kent, City University London, RARE Gallery NYC, and a multidisciplinary programme including art-fairs, book-launches, and special events. Through continued collaboration with artists, organizations, and figures in the arts, our goal is to continue to celebrate, share, and exhibit contemporary art in London and worldwide.

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