One Man Exhibitions 1973 - 2012

2012

1975 ‘Host/Hostess’ portrait included in Design and Textile Museum ‘Pop’ Exhibition (Jul – Oct)

A Manual of Moments, exhibition at Rye Art Gallery (May)

'British Guide to Showing Off'/ 2009 AMW exhibition at Guadalajara International Film Festival (March)

2010

'Rejoice' Exhibition of major works at Flowers East, London (Nov-Dec)

2010

'The Construct of Beauty', solo exhibition at the City Inn Westminster Hotel, London

2008

Andrew Logan, Ruthin Craft Centre, North Wales, UK

2007

Rivington Gallery, London (10th December – January 2008)

2006

Presentation of Yoga Art Show, London

2004

Exhibition, jewellery and fashion performance, British Council, Vilnius, Lithuania

Pegasus I and Universe of Smiles, Sadlers Wells Theatre, London, UK

Exhibition, workshops and Jewellery Extravaganza, Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture, Berriew,Wales

2003

Universe of Smiles, Flowers West Gallery, Los Angeles, USA (March)

Candelabra exhibited at Nuffield Orthopaedic Hospital Festival, Oxford (May)

Portraits and Jewellery exhibited at Stratos Gallery, Moscow, Russia

2002

All That Glitters, Ludlow Assembly Rooms, Ludlow, UK (May)

Watercolours, A&D Gallery, London, UK (June – July)

Home is Where the Heart Is, Nehru Centre, London, UK (October – November)

2001

Excalibur shown in Urban Arts Garden, Covent Garden Flower Festival, London

2000

Universe of Smiles, EXPO 2000 Basic Needs Pavilion, Hanover, Germany (May – October)

Glittering Glass, Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, Cheltenham, UK (November – January)

1999

Forever Fantasy – Fantasy Forever, Riverside Studios, London

Sculpture and jewellery exhibition, British Council, Vilnius, Lithuania (March – April)

Mosaic Exhibition, University of Exeter, Exeter, UK (June – July)

Fashion and jewellery display and performance, Riga, Latvia (November)

1998

Fire, Concord Sylvania Gallery, Holborn, London

Jewellery exhibition and performance, Baku, Azerbaijan

Love: Divine and Profane, American Visionary Art Museum, Baltimore, USA (May – June 1999)

Sculpture and Jewellery exhibited at Art Fashion Festival, British Council, Vilnius, Lithuania (July)

Magic Moments, The Gallery, Ruthin Craft Centre, NorthWales, UK (July – September)

Exhibition and performance as part of Britain in Russia, Ekaterinberg, Russia (September)

1997

The Three Graces, Concord Sylvania Gallery, London

Reflections of the Heart, 37 sculptures exhibited in one-person show at Museo del Vidrio, Monterrey, Mexico (November – March 1998)

1996

Divine, Concord Sylvania Gallery, London

Sculpture and jewellery exhibited at Moscow Art Fair with Rosa Azora Gallery, Moscow, Russia (June – July)

Wings Over Waves, with jewellery extravaganza performance, De LaWarr Pavilion, Bexhill on Sea, UK (3rd August – 10th September)

Permanent exhibition of sculptures obtained by the Glass Museum of Fomento Inmobiliaria de la Construccion, Monterey, Mexico

1995

Goldfield, Concord Sylvania Gallery, London

The Happy Heart Show, Manchester City Art Galleries (16th September – 29th October)

1994

Pegasus I and Pegasus II, Concord Sylvania Gallery, London

Pegasus and Jewels, Roscarbery, Ireland (August)

Elvis + Marilyn = 2 x Immortal, Boston, Massachusetts, then 3 year USA tour (November)

1993

Cracked Mirrors – Very Nice, Royal Festival Hall Craft Gallery, London (3rd – 29th February)

Zandra Rhodes and Lynn Seymour portrait purchases premiere exhibition, National Portrait Gallery, London

1991

An Artistic Adventure retrospective and touring show, Museum of Modern Art, Oxford (6th April – 30th June); then at Flowers East Gallery, London (12th July – 4th August); then at The Old Library, Cardiff (17th July – 14th August)

1990

Wings over Waves, Angela Flowers, Ireland, INC. Downeen, Roscarbery, Co. Cork, Ireland (18th August – 2nd September)

1989

Portraits – New work in a New Studio, The Glasshouse, London (7th – 20th November)

Jewellery, The Glasshouse, London (6th – 10th December)

1987

Monuments and Music, Botanical Gardens, Rome, Italy; Collaboration with Brian Eno (July – September)

1986

Glass Sculpture, Hotel Meridien, Singapore, sponsored by Air Canada (May)

Henley Festival of Music and Art (July)

1985

Galactic Forest, Functional Art Gallery, Los Angeles, USA (14th September – 19th October)

Andrew Logan's Galactic Works, Limelight, New York and Chicago, USA

1984

Goddesses, Commonwealth Institute, London (December – 14th February 1984)

The Book Show, Cylinder Gallery, London (16th November – 24th December)

1981

Flights of Fancy, The Space Gallery, London (May – June)

1979

Reflections, Beverley Hills, Los Angeles, USA

1977

Reflections, Patrick Seale Gallery, London

1976

Goldfield, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London

Alternative Tower of London and Alternative Crown Jewels installed at new Butler's Wharf Studio, London

1974

Rooftop Sculpture Garden, Biba, Kensington, London

1973

Plants, Flowers for All Occasions and Friends, New Art Centre, London




Joint & Group Exhibitions 1970 - 2008

2012

Lynn Seymour showing in the National Gallery's 'Poetry in Motion' display (June - November)

2008

‘Hommage to the New Wave' included in 'British Modern Remade' at the Arts Council Collection, Sheffield (May - Jun)

2008

Collect International Applied Art Fair with Ruthin Craft Centre, Victoria and Albert Museum, London

2007

Divine Alliances, Globe Gallery, Moscow, Russia

Being Beauteous, White Space Gallery, London – Alternative Miss World images lent for group exhibition of

rare achival material from beauty contests

Divine Alliances joint exhibition in St Petersburg, Russia

Panic Attack – Art in the Punk Years, Barbican, London

Small is Beautiful, Flowers East Gallery, London

2006

Homage To The New Wave, as part of How To Improve The World exhibition, commemorating 60th

anniversary of the Arts Council Collection, Hayward Gallery, London

All That Glitters, sculpture and jewellery at Scream Gallery, London

2005

Collective exhibition of Andrew Logan's private international art collection, together with Berriew's local

artists, accompanied by arts workshops

2004

Crown, as part of Gloves and Hats, City Gallery, Leicester, UK

2003

Portraits and Jewellery exhibited, Stratos Gallery, Moscow

2002

Maggi Hambling portrait, About Face Art Fair, Croydon, London (Autumn)

2001

Genius of Rome, Royal Academy of Arts, London (March)

Excalibur shown in Urban Arts Garden, Covent Garden Flower Festival, London (June)

The Mountain, by invitation as part of the 233rd Summer Exhibition, Royal Academy of Arts, London(June – August)

Pegasus I, Harley Gallery,Worksop, Nottinghamshire (May – August)

Immaculate Conceptions, A&D Gallery, London

Adorn, Equip – exhibition curated by City Gallery Leicester, touring to Oriel 31 Newtown, Bradford Industrial

Museum, Rugby Art Gallery and Museum, and the Crafts Gallery of the Royal Museum, Edinburgh

2000

Modern British and European Contemporary Painters, Redfern Gallery, London (January – February)

Pegasus: Monument to Hope, Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden, Surrey, UK (May – September)

The Queen, Rose Man and The Elements, as part of Mosaic: A Living Art, Royal Albert Museum, Exeter –

an Anglo-Italian celebration touring to Ruskin Gallery, Sheffield Galleries and Museums Trust, UK

(June – September) Universe of Smiles at EXPO 2000 Basic Needs Pavilion, Hanover, Germany

1999

Decadence? : views from the edge of the century, Crafts Council, London, UK, followed by a national tour, ending October at the Bowes Museum, Barnard Castle, Durham

China Chic – East Meets West, Fashion Institute of Technology Museum, New York, USA (February)

Rebels, Pretenders, Impostors, The British Museum, London – loan of Day Crown (April – October)

Sweet Sounds as part of Animal, Bourdelle Museum, Paris, France (September – January)

Public opening of Only Human exhibition, Crafts Council, London, UK (13th October)

1998

British Figurative Art, Flowers East Gallery, London (August)

Mixed jewellery show, Laura Kruger Gallery, New York, USA (May)

Animals, City Art Gallery, Leicester, UK (June)

1997

Jewellery exhibition, Sotheby's, London (February)

The Three Graces exhibited as part of Men on Women touring exhibition, Denbighshire, UK (22nd March – 4th May)

Spectacles: A Recent History, Crafts Council, London (July) then on UK tour (August 1997 – July 1998)

The Glasshouse Studio opens to the public as part of London Open House architectural event, London (20th – 21st September)

L'Age d'Or, Air Gallery, Dover St, London (20th – 25th October)

Portraiture show, National Portrait Gallery, London, UK (September)

1996

Fluid sculpture exhibition, IQUN Manchester, sited along Rochdale Canal (7th – 22nd May)

Alternative Miss World Fire Regalia, as part of Carnival Festival, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK (3rd June – 5th July)

New Times, New Thinking: Jewellery in Europe & America, Crafts Council, London (19th September – 24th November)

1995

Shining Through, Crafts Council, London (29th June – 30th July)

1994

Sculpture and jewellery, Northern Centre for Contemporary Art, Sunderland, UK (18th January – 5th March)

Fabulous Fakes and Carpets, Bluecoat Display Centre, Liverpool, UK (12th – 30th July)

Now You See It, South Bank Centre, London (3rd – 12th August)

1993

Olympian Arts, Centre Point exhibition, London (12th October – 7th November)

1992

Jewels of Fantasy, Victoria and Albert Museum, London (March – May)

20th Century British Sculpture, Millfield, Somerset, UK (8th June – 3rd July)

Los Angeles Art Fair, USA (3rd – 6th December)

Bonham's, Knightsbridge, London (14th – 16th December)

Zandra Rhodes, National Portrait Gallery

1985

Going Baroque, Midland Group, Nottingham, UK (23rd November – 4th January)

Attitudes: Jewellery from the UK, Germany, Holland, and Flanders, Internationaal Cultureel Centrum, Antwerp, Belgium

1984

Licht-Blicke holography show, German Film Museum, Frankfurt, Germany (June – September)

Holographic Show, York Arts Festival, York, UK (May – August)

Sculptures, Henley Festival of Arts and Music, Henley-on-Thames, UK (2nd – 8th July)

1983

Cosmic Egg exhibited on Portland Bill, Dorset, for Sculpture Park Show (July – September)

1982

Art and Artifacts, B2 Gallery, London (January)

The Maker's Eye, Crafts Council Gallery, London (February)

The Holography Show, touring exhibition,Wales and Northern Ireland (November)

Ten Well-Dressed Christmas Trees, Crafts Council, London

1981

Jewellery, group show, Ebury Gallery, London (April – May)

1980

Artists Craftsmen of 4011/2 and Fosseway House Workshops 1970–80, Commonwealth Institute, London

A Religious Corner, Chenil Art Gallery, The Chapel, Glebe Place, London

1979

Masculin Feminin, Trignon Graz, Austria

Arts Council Collection, Serpentine Gallery, London

1975

Envelopes, JPL Fine Arts, London

1974

Mary Quant's London, Museum of London

1971

London Now, Berlin, Germany

Cecil Beaton's Fashion Anthology , Victoria and Albert Museum, London

1970

Ten Sitting Rooms, ICA, London