Andrew Lambirth

Four artists you ought to know — and a famous one you can know better

Here's why you must see the small wonders of Liam Hanley, James Turrell, Brian Rice, John Kiki and Gauguin

‘Rhianan’, 2009, by John Kiki [PETE HUGGINS]

In this round-up of exhibitions in London’s commercial galleries, I feature three shows of little-known but mature contemporary British artists. There is a great deal of interesting and worthwhile art being made out there, but not enough of it comes to public attention. Most museums won’t show it, and there are only a handful of commercial gallerists who are prepared to back quality over proven popularity.

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