Group exhibition curated by Bjorn Stern heads to Colnaghi, London

The directors of Colnaghi, London have this week announced Dreamsongs: from Medicine to Demons to Artificial Intelligence, a group exhibition which examines the way dreams have been depicted in art from Antiquity to the present day.

Curated by Bjorn Stern, the presentation is comprised of more than a hundred paintings, drawings, sculptures and multi-media works by a diverse range of artists, including Jan van Wechelen, Frederick Charles Underhill, Takis, Salvador Dali, Albrecht Dürer and Max Ernst.

An iteration of Dreamsongs will be displayed simultaneously at the gallery’s virtual stand at Frieze Masters online from 7 — 16 October.

Artists: Reza Aramesh, Shuvinai Ashoona, Bill Barrett, Jennifer Bartlett, Barton Lidicé Benes, Sarah Bernhardt, Vilhelm Bjerke-Petersen, Peter Blake, Anne Brigman, Glenn Brown, William Burroughs, Jean Joseph Carriès, Eduardo Chillida, Monster Chetwynd, Joseph Cornell, Tullio Crali, Salvador Dalí, Honoré Daumier, Konstantino Dregos, Evelyn Dunbar, Albrecht Durer, Max Ernst, Henry Fuseli, Tsuguharu Foujita, Francisco Goya, Victor Hugo, Rita Kernn-Larsen, Mario Klingemann, Juan Leal De Valdes, René Magritte, Marcel Mariën, André Masson, Roberto Matta, Rueben Mednikoff, Luc-Olivier Merson, Jean-François Millet, John Minton, Joan Miro, Estrid Lutz & Emile Mold, Pierre Molinier, Tadeusz Myslowski, John George Naish, Godwin Champs Namuyimba, Amédée Ozenfant, Grace Pailthorpe, Savinien Petit, Giovanni Piranesi, Odilon Redon, John Robinson, Salvator Rosa, Henri Rosseau, Walter Sauer, Jan Schoolmeesters, Raqib Shaw, Studio Smack, James Smetham, Annegret Soltau, Henry John Stock, Graham Sutherland, Takis, Antonio Tàpies, Jean Tingueli & Eva Aeppli, Jan Toorop, James Turrell, Frederick Charles Underhill, Andy Warhol, Adolfo Wildt, Hugo Wilson, Otto Wols, Hermann Wöhler, Adolf Wölfli, Joos Van Cleve, Jan Van Wechelen, Cajsa Von Zeipel, and others.

Note: Due to the Covid 19 restrictions, the exhibition is by appointment only. Please either contact t. +44 20 74 91 74 08, or email,