Rosenfeld Porcini

Rosenfeld Porcini
37 Rathbone Street
London W1T 1NZ
United Kingdom
Greater London

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rosenfeld porcini gallery

Located in the heart of the dynamic gallery district of London’s Fitzrovia, Rosenfeld Porcini opened with the express intention of presenting a strong international programme. Our exhibition ‘Memory’ featuring 9 sculptors from 6 nations recently travelled to PAN Museum, Naples and in 2011 we staged a solo exhibition of American artist Leonardo Drew at our partner gallery Galleria Napolinobillisima. Our recent themed exhibition ‘The Continuation of Romance’ was devoted to contemporary painting and underlied a contextual basis to explore our firm curatorial belief in the continuity that underlies the story of art.

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Opening hours

Tuesday - Saturday
11am - 7pm

Admission charges

free admission to all exhibitions

Getting there

Nearest Tubes: Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road, Goodge Street

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Cesare Lucchini, Spinato, 2014, oil on canvas, 194x228cm

Cesare Lucchini from battlefield to paradise

  • 6 February — 21 March 2015 *on now

Cesare Lucchini’s second exhibition at rosenfeld porcini pursues his exploration of certain dramatic events, which have and continue to afflict contemporary society such as the oil slick disaster in Mexico (2010), the boat tragedies off the Sicilian island of Lampedusa, and African conflicts – more specifically the use of child soldiers.

Cesare Lucchini’s most recent works no longer look at human cruelty but rather at the insolvable contradictions of man’s condition. Lucchini’s figures are deconstructed and a collection of variegated parts: They establish a certain connection with Picasso; however whereas the late master was interested in exploring ways of seeing, Lucchini recounts the drama of man and the impossibility of achieving wholeness. Lucchini is not an existentialist; the artist is not concerned about man alone in a Godless universe, but rather in the difficulty of living with the knowledge that the dream – e.g. the mountain; the clear blue sky – can never be reached. Man has to lose that very essence which constitutes his ability to love but also, alas, to hate in order to achieve his paradise.

Suitable for

  • Any age


rosenfeld porcini
36 Newman Street

Getting there

closest tube station: Goodge Street




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Roberto Almagno: The Perfection of Form


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Getting there

Nearest Tubes: Oxford Circus, Tottenham Court Road, Goodge Street