Yesterday evening it was announced that the British gallery Blain|Southern will close all its gallery locations in Berlin, London and New York.
It was only announced in early November 2019 that the gallery’s founders, Harry Blain and Graham Southern, would go their separate ways in the future. Southern intends to retire and Blain would continue to run the galleries on his own. However, the gallery would remain fully committed to its artists, its programme and its locations in London, Berlin and New York, reported Artnet News at the time, referring to a spokesperson for the gallery.
Blain|Southern was still mentioned in the list of participants for the Berlin Gallery Weekend 2020 (May 1-3) published this Tuesday. Tim Noble & Sue Webster should be shown. With these artists the gallery had opened its Berlin branch in May 2011.
At the closing our DEEDS editors received this statement from Harry Blain: …
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Image caption: Blain|Southern Berlin, 2012, Photo: Christian Glaeser