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Art Britannia in Art Basel Miami Beach

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Art Britannia explores contemporary practice from UK with an emphasis on painting and craft. The exhibition features a ‘mini show within a show’, taken directly from The Lion and Lamb Gallery’s ‘Summer Saloon’ exhibition.

Art Britannia featured artists include: Charlie  Billingham, James  Capper, Gordon  Cheung, Freya Douglas-Morris, Brad Grievson, Sam Jury, Hannah Knox, Mary Ramsden, John Robertson, Guy Rusha, Dolly Thompsett, Rebecca Ackroyd, Eleanor Moreton, Henny Acloque and Grant Foster.

LION X LAMB artists include: Phillip Allen, Kiera Bennett, Simon Bill, Katrina Blannin, Juan  Bolivar, Claudia Böse, John Bunker, Jane Bustin, Stephen Chambers, John Chilver, Peter Ashton Jones, Dan Coombs, Ashley Davies, Mick Finch, Hayley Field, Benjamin Deakin, Kirsten Glass, Andrew Graves, Hans Hancock, Dan Hays, Mark Jones, David Leeson, Caroline List, Declan McMullan, Patrick Morrisey, Alex Gene Morrison, Joe Packer, Andy Parkinson, Dan Perfect, Daniel Pettitt, Clare Price, Fiona Rae, Andrew Seto, Francesca Simon, Lucy Stein, Michael Stubbs, Emma Talbot, Dolly Thompsett, Jacqueline Utley, Covadonga Valdes, Caroline Walker, Mark Wright, Freyja Wright, Michelle Ussher, Darren Murray

Curated by Ben Austin (London) and produced by Karelle Levy (Miami), Art Britannia runs from 1 December to 21 December 2013.

My own snap from Lion and Lamb Summer Saloon Show

My own snap from Lion and Lamb Summer Saloon Show

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Written by Andy Parkinson

November 22, 2013 at 7:28 am

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