Following the success of his two London survey shows and the recent publication of the first monograph on the artist, three further Jeremy Gardiner exhibitions are due to open in the UK this month and next.
The first is the latest installation of Gardiner’s mid-career retrospective, Unfolding Landscape, at the University Gallery, Northumbia University, Newcastle upon Tyne (24 May – 5 July 2013). There are also two shows being staged in Dorset, each of which focuses on a particular aspect of the artist’s work. Between 25 May and 9 June, an exhibition of Gardiner’s intaglio monoprints will be on display at Landers Quarries in Langton Matravers (open Monday to Friday, 10am-4pm and Saturdays, 10am-12pm). Then from 8 until 29 June, an exhibition comprising landscape images of Dorset and Cornwall takes place at The Art Stable, Kelly Ross Fine Art, in Blandford (open Wednesday to Saturday, 10am-3pm).
For a preview of what you’ve in store if you visit one of the shows and a chance to learn more about the practice of this deeply original British landscape artist, watch Gardiner being interviewed or take a tour of the London private view of Unfolding Landscape.