• Mayfair Times: Calder Tapestries on Conduit Street

    Mayfair Times on 15 November 2015

    Pennsylvanian-born sculptor Alexander ‘Sandy’ Calder is most known for his kinetic sculptures, or tapis. However, the late artist also experimented with elements of soft sculpture and tapestry. Opened last month, Alexander Calder: Tapestries And Their Gouaches, explores the story behind one of the Calder’s last projects.

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  • Carpets & Textiles for Modern Interiors: Calder: Tapestries and their Gouaches

    Carpets & Textiles for Modern Interiors on 25 October 2015

    Four tapis and a hammock designed by Alexander Calder were shown alongside related gouache works at Omer Tiroche Gallery in London this autumn. The Mayfair show coincided with the opening of ‘Alexander Calder: Performing Sculpture’ – a Major retrospective at Tate Modern.

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  • Artnet: Must See Exhibition

    Artnet, Art Fairs on 15 October 2015

    It’s one of the biggest events on the art work calendar: Frieze London is in full swing, featuring work from over 1,000 contemporary artists presented by 160 of the top galleries in the world.

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  • Financial Times: The Art Market The Imitation Game

    Financial Times, Art Market on 20 February 2015

    Hardly a month goes by without news of dealers setting up in London, and the latest to be charmed by British skies is the Italian Nicolò Cardi of Milan, creator of Cardi Black Box, the contemporary arm of the renowned family firm of postwar and modern art dealers. And Cardi isn’t doing small: he is taking on a townhouse just two doors away from Zwirner at 22 Grafton Street. Nearby in Conduit Street, another young’un is opening a gallery: Omer Tiroche, 23.

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  • artnet Asks: London Gallerist Omer Tiroche

    artnet News on 10 February 2015

    Omer Tiroche has just opened his first space in the heart of London’s Galleryland: Mayfair. And he did in style. The inaugural exhibition, “Redefining Paint: Germany and Austria since 1970s” gathers a slew of heavy-hitters that would make many far more senior dealers envious: Gerhard Richter, Sigmar Polke, Anselm Kiefer, and Franz West, among others.

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