There are aspects of memories that we choose to remember, imagining small details that weren’t actually there, or bits that never really occurred, and perhaps now we rely too much on photography to help us make these moments more clear. (more…)
Annely Juda Fine Art is based in London and represents contemporary British, European and International artists. The gallery also exhibits masters of the 20th-century avant-garde, specializing in Russian Constructivism, Bauhaus and De Stijl.
Since its foundation in 1960 the gallery has presented a continual program of its own artists as well as important themed exhibitions such as The Non-Objective World exhibitions (1970–), From Figuration to Abstraction (1986), 1945: The End of the War (1995), The Thirties: Influences on Abstract Art in Britain (1998), American Beauty (2002) and The Great Experiment: Russian Art. Homage to Camilla Gray (2009).