Sediment: 27 January – 25 February 2023

Friday January 27 opens the group exhibition Sediment with works by Alan Charlton, Alice Schorbach, Caro Jost, Dan Walsh, Domenico Bianchi, Ian Davenport, Karin Sander, Lesley Foxcroft, Martina Klein, Nunzio, Roos Theuws and Ruud Kuijer. The exhibition will last until February 25.

One of the works that will be on view in the exhibition, is a new video work by Roos Theuws, entitled 1870, which shows an image of a geyser. In the accompanying publication the composition of various metal oxides are mentioned on some sheets of colored paper. These materials are the sediments left behind by the geyser.

In the works of the other artists, the use of materials, such as iron, zinc, copper, palladium, lead, pigments, leaves and gravel, form a loose association with the concept of sediment, which can be seen as a metaphor for the artwork: a sediment in the bed of the stream of an artist's imagination.

Brainwave: 4 September – 9 October 2021

Slewe Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the group exhibition Brainwave, including a selection of works by Alan Charlton, Callum Innes, Dan Walsh, Domencio Bianchi, Jan van Munster, Jerry Zeniuk, Joris Geurts, Karel Appel, Krijn de Koning, Michael Jacklin, Steven Aalders.

The exhibition will be on view from September 4 to October 9. The gallery is open from Wednesday to Saturday from 1 to 6 pm and by appointment.

The exhibition with new work by Domenico Bianchi and Nunzio, previously scheduled for September, has been postponed to spring 2022. 

Alan Charlton, Painted Unpainted: 25 May – 22 June 2019

Slewe Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition with new works by the British artist Alan Charlton (*1948, Sheffield). The exhibition features a new series of multi-panelled works, of which one panel is painted and the other one is left blank, or unpainted. These new series, entitled Painted/Unpainted, are made especially for this occasion. It will open Saturday 25 May and will last until 22 June, 2019. It will be Charlton's third solo show at Slewe Gallery. You can listen to an interview with Alan Charlton on his exhibition on line here.

Alan Charlton is one of the most famous representatives of the minimal and conceptual art in England. For more than 40 years his work consists of pure monochrome grey paintings, made with acrylic paint on canvas. When he was twenty-one years old, while still studying at the Camberwell School of Art, he took the decision to focus exclusively on making grey paintings. For Charlton the colour grey is the most emotional and diverse colour. All his works are based on a module measuring 4,5 cm. Their balanced compositions of usually several grey panels give the paintings a monumental and specific expression.

Since the seventies Charlton had numerous important international museum and gallery shows. In the Netherlands he had solo shows at art & project and at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Van Abbemuseum, Eindhoven. In Germany he exhibited at a.o. Konrad Fischer Galerie and Museum Kurhaus Kleve, in Italy at Castello di Rivoli, Torino, in Switzerland at Galerie Tschudi, in Paris at Musée d'Art Moderne and in London at Annely Juda Gallery and Tate. His work has been collected worldwide by prestigious public and private collections.

Alan Charlton: 16 May – 20 June 2015

Slewe Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition with new works by the British artist Alan Charlton (*1948, Sheffield). The exhibition will show his new Triangle paintings, specially made for this occasion. It will open Saturday May 16 and will last until June 20, 2015. It is his second show at Slewe Gallery.

Alan Charlton is one of the most famous representatives of the minimal and conceptual art in England. For more than 40 years his work consists of pure monochrome grey paintings, made with acrylic paint on canvas. When he was twenty-one years old, while still studying at the Camberwell School of Art, he took the decision to make only grey paintings. For Charlton the colour grey is the most emotional and diverse colour. All his works are based on the module of 4,5 cm. Their balanced compostions of mostly several grey panels give the paintings a monumental and specific expression.

Since the seventies Charlton had numerous important museum and gallery shows internationally. In the Netherlands he had solo shows at Art & Project and at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Van Abbemuseum, in Germany at Konrad Fischer Galerie and at Musuem Kurhaus Kleve a.o., in Italy at Castello di Rivoli, Torino, in Switserland at galerie Tschudi and in London at Annely Juda Gallery and at the Tate Gallery. His work has been collected worldwide by prestigious public and private collections.

Selected Works: 12 January – 16 February 2013

Slewe Gallery is pleased to start the new year with a group show from January 12 through February 16. Selected Works includes a selection of about 14 works by 7 artists of the gallery, including recent pieces by Merina Beekman, Frank Van den Broeck, Alan Charlton, Adam Colton, Martin Gerwers, Michael Jacklin and Alan Johnston.

During the exhibition there will be a concert held on Sunday 27 January at 3 pm. John snijders will perform Sonatas and Interludes by John Cage for prepared piano. Entrance free (rsvp: info@slewe.nl).

Slewe Gallery will participte at Art Rotterdam from 7 through 10 February (www.artrotterdam.nl).

Alan Charlton: 7 May – 4 June 2011

Slewe Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition with new works by the British artist Alan Charlton (*1948, Sheffield). The exhibition will show eight new Grid paintings, especially made for this occasion. It will open Saturday May 7 and will last until June 6, 2011.It will be his first show in Amsterdam again since his solo exhibition at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam in 2001.

Alan Charlton is one of the most famous representatives of the minimal and conceptual art in England. For more than 40 years his work consists of pure monochrome grey paintings, made with acrylic paint on canvas. When he was twenty-one years old, while still studying at the Camberwell School of Art, he took the decision to make only grey paintings. For Charlton the color grey is the most emotional and diverse color. All his works are based on the module of 4,5 cm. Their balanced compostions of mostly several grey panels give the paintings a monumental and specific expression.

Since the seventies Charlton had numerous important museum and gallery shows internationally. In the Netherlands he had solo shows at Art & Project and at the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam and Van Abbemuseum, in Germany at Konrad Fischer Galerie and recently at Musuem Kurhaus Kleve. In Italy at Castello di Rivoli, Torino, in Switserland at galerie Tschudi and in London at Annely Juda Gallery and at the Tate. His work has been collected worldwide by prestigious public and private collections.