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Panter & Hall Gallery - PJ Crook - Preserving the Species 12-27 September


Antiques News & Fairs - Your exclusive invitation to the launch of PJ Crook's latest exhibition in Pall Mall

 PJ Crook - Coming to the Table


With the LAPADA London Fair on the near horizon, this exciting exhibition from fair exhibitor Panter & Hall caught our attention and certainly deserves a mention!

The PJ Crook exhibition entitled Preserving the Species takes place at the Pall Mall gallery and is on for a limited run from 12-27 September 2019.  Private preview invitations are available on request from the gallery.

The artist will also be in the gallery on Saturday 14 September from 12 noon - 2pm.

Antiques News & Fairs - Panter & Hall Gallery, PJ Crook

PJ Crook - Extinction Rebellion

Excerpt from the exhibition catalogue:


- Martin Kiszko August, 2019
Dr. Martin Kiszko is the ‘UK’s Green Poet’, a composer, and academic. He tours the world with his one-man show and book Green Poems for a Blue Planet–an environ mental campaign for ‘Saving the Planet through the Power of Poetry’.

For PJ Crook, the world–whether natural, spiritual, mythical, political or imagined–is her stage. On the canvas she brings alive its players and presents meticulously detailed snapshots of our age: the preoccupations, pursuits, hopes and dreams of everyday life. In doing so, she often prompts us to ask questions about how we see our own place and purpose in the world.


It is apposite, given the challenging times in which we live–the emergency of climate change, ocean acidification, shrinking ice, retreating glaciers and the extirpative and global extinction of Earth’s creatures–that this exhibition is named Preserving the Species. There is no more significant task staring us in the face than an expeditious effort to save planet Earth. Unlike the mass extinction events of geological history, it is our species that is entirely responsible for the current, sixth, mass extinction of fauna and flora. In this sense, this exhibition creates a profound resonance and highlights our fragile relationship with the planet.

To read more follow this link:  Panter and Hall Gallery, PJ Crook exhibition catalgue

To learn more meet Matthew Hall at the LAPADA Fair from 13-18 September - follow this link for tickets LAPADA London Art & Antiques Fair or collect from Panter and Hall Gallery





News & Fairs Previews

Panter & Hall Gallery - PJ Crook - Preserving the Species 12-27 September


Antiques News & Fairs - Your exclusive invitation to the launch of PJ Crook's latest exhibition in Pall Mall

 PJ Crook - Coming to the Table


With the LAPADA London Fair on the near horizon, this exciting exhibition from fair exhibitor Panter & Hall caught our attention and certainly deserves a mention!

The PJ Crook exhibition entitled Preserving the Species takes place at the Pall Mall gallery and is on for a limited run from 12-27 September 2019.  Private preview invitations are available on request from the gallery.

The artist will also be in the gallery on Saturday 14 September from 12 noon - 2pm.

Antiques News & Fairs - Panter & Hall Gallery, PJ Crook

PJ Crook - Extinction Rebellion

Excerpt from the exhibition catalogue:


- Martin Kiszko August, 2019
Dr. Martin Kiszko is the ‘UK’s Green Poet’, a composer, and academic. He tours the world with his one-man show and book Green Poems for a Blue Planet–an environ mental campaign for ‘Saving the Planet through the Power of Poetry’.

For PJ Crook, the world–whether natural, spiritual, mythical, political or imagined–is her stage. On the canvas she brings alive its players and presents meticulously detailed snapshots of our age: the preoccupations, pursuits, hopes and dreams of everyday life. In doing so, she often prompts us to ask questions about how we see our own place and purpose in the world.


It is apposite, given the challenging times in which we live–the emergency of climate change, ocean acidification, shrinking ice, retreating glaciers and the extirpative and global extinction of Earth’s creatures–that this exhibition is named Preserving the Species. There is no more significant task staring us in the face than an expeditious effort to save planet Earth. Unlike the mass extinction events of geological history, it is our species that is entirely responsible for the current, sixth, mass extinction of fauna and flora. In this sense, this exhibition creates a profound resonance and highlights our fragile relationship with the planet.

To read more follow this link:  Panter and Hall Gallery, PJ Crook exhibition catalgue

To learn more meet Matthew Hall at the LAPADA Fair from 13-18 September - follow this link for tickets LAPADA London Art & Antiques Fair or collect from Panter and Hall Gallery