Beaux Arts Bath: 7 Sep – 3 Oct 2015 (5 Sep Opening)

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Beth is extremely pleased to announce that her work will be shown this September for the first time at Beaux Arts Bath. The gallery will be exhibiting a substantial number of Beth’s bronze pieces as well as some recent charcoal drawings. Beaux Arts is housed in a beautiful Georgian building near Bath Abbey. Do pay them a visit If you’re in the area.

Exhibition runs:
7 September – 3 October 2015
Beaux Arts 12-13 York St, Bath BA1 1NG, UK

Opening Reception: 5 September, 6 – 8.30 p.m.

Please visit the Beaux Arts Bath website for more information.


Galerie Rauchfeld: Beirut Art Fair, 17 – 20 Sep 2015

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Galerie Rauchfeld will be exhibiting Beth Carter’s work at Beirut Art Fair from 17-20 September 2015.

Please visit the Galerie Rauchfeld and Beirut Art Fair websites for more information.

BDG: Summer Collective: 1 Jul – 7 Sep 2015

BDG Summer Collective

Bertrand Delacroix Gallery, New York, are presenting their Summer Collective through 7 September featuring new work by Beth Carter, Joseph Adolphe and Frederico Infante as well as Ayline Olukman, Stéphane E. Dumas, Quentin Garel and Yannick Fournié.

Gallery closed – website no longer available.

Axelle Fine Arts: Summer 2015 Group Shows

Axelle Boston Summer Group Show

Axelle Galerie Soho:

1 July – 13 September 2015

Axelle Fine Arts Galerie Soho, New York, Summer Group Show runs through 13 September featuring a rotating selection of works from their roster of international figurative artists. Currently on view are Beth Carter, Patrick Pietropoli, Albert Hadjiganev, Ġoxwa, Quentin Garel, François Anton, Julia Levitina and Benoît Trimborn.

Axelle Galerie Boston:

3 July – 7 October 2015

Axelle Fine Arts Galerie Boston are also currently presenting their Summer Group Show at their new location at 173 Newbury Street. The exhibition features a provocative collection of artists and sculptors from their current roster. Currently on view are pieces by Beth Carter, Yves Crenn, Fabienne Delacroix, Philippe Charles Jacquet, Albert Hadjiganev and Xavier Rodés.

Gallery closed – website no longer available.