Exhibition Keith Grant - Recent paintings - Osborne Samuel Gallery and Publication of Keith Grant‘s work by Lund Humphries
Keith Grant opened his newest solo exhibition at Osborne Samuel in London on September 13, 2023 and signed his new book by Judith LeGrove. The exhibition can be visited until September 29 and the signed books are available for a pre-publication price of £40.-.
Having travelled extensively throughout his life, Keith Grant has drawn inspiration from elemental landscapes from Norway to Antarctica to the tropics. While attracted most strongly to northerly territories, his subject matter varies from marine volcanoes and rainforests to icebergs and glaciers.
Dynamic and vital, his paintings abstract from nature, conjuring dramatic extremes that probe and question how we see the world around us. These are works that not only capture the world’s fragile beauty but extend our understanding of the environment, climate and the fundamental importanceof nature.
Beautifully illustrated, this book by Judith LeGrove reveals for the first time the full range of Grant’s
work, amplified by interviews and extracts from the artist’s journals.
Keith is very pleased to announce his Solo Exhibition at the stunning nature reserve Biodiversum Camille Gira to support PolarBearsInternational and the Luxemburgish non profit organization Voice, Art & Social which is organizing this event.
Additionally there will be a fundraising event for the refugees of Ukraine in Luxembourg (LUkraine asbl). Keith will donate two paintings for the fundraising, whereas one painting „THE BIRCH TREE OF UKRAINE“ will be given as a present to the people of Ukraine.
Private viewing & dinner
On Saturday the 18th of June late afternoon there will be a private viewing of Keith‘ newest works at Biodiversum followed by a festive dinner prepared by the Bocuse D‘Dor winner of the Luxembourg selection Damien Klein and a wine tasting with Luxemburgish wines from the winery Benoit & Claude.
To attend the private viewing and dinner ( 125.- Euro donation per person) please get in contact with us here.
On Sunday the 19th of June at 18.30 there will be a benefit concert with international singers at BIODIVERSUM.
There will also be a food truck by Cordon Bleue trained Thai chef Fang Theppawong and a drinks stand with Luxemburgish beer, cider, wine and juices.
All profits will go to PolarbearsInternational, LUkraine asbl and Voice, Art & Social.
If you are traveling from abroad we will be happy to support you with finding accommodation as well as recommending sightseeing tours.