Katsutoshi Yuasa | The House of St Barnabas
A new show of woodcut prints by Katsutoshi Yuasa opened on 5th February and runs until 7th June as part of a collective art show at The House of St Barnabas, 1 Greek Street, London. Katsutoshi’s prints are on display in the Garden Room which include one of his latest prints ‘Can Beauty Save the World?’. Katsutoshi’s works have been exhibited at the London Original Print Fair and the RA Summer Exhibition, as well as being part of public collections including Clifford Chance LLP, the Laing Art Gallery and the Royal College of Art.
The collective at the House of St Barnabas consists of artworks which have been donated to the charity. On your visit to the club, you can find Adam Dant’s ‘Soho Sqaure’ to the right hand side before entering the Chapel.
Even though the House of St Barnabas is a members club, tours are available for the public on Saturday mornings from 9am-10am. All tours need to be booked.
Bambi is crashing the Frieze Sculpture Garden again this year with a conceptual art installation.
A sneak peek behind the scenes with artist Dean Zeus Colman in the studio creating his latest original artwork - Pill Head.