Online Catalogue - Early 2018

Please take a few minutes to browse through our online catalogue!

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Katie Allen's Transforming Nature, Private View

On Thursday October 26th, we opened Katie Allen's solo exhibition Transforming Nature. A fantastic private view evening with many of Katie's pieces sold. Take a look here for a few images of the evening.

Introducing new artist Matt Neuman

Matt Neuman is an artist currently working and living in Brooklyn, NY, USA. He trained at Boston University MFA, and Skidmore College: BA, Saratoga Springs. His Monoprints are focused on basic geometric interactions where color is the primary protagonist in the work. The compositions are born from his basic need and instinctive tendency to leverage geometry as a way to organize information and make sense of space.

Please click here to view more of Matt's works.

Katie Allen Solo Exhibition

October 26 - November 11

We're excited to announce a solo exhibition for internationally renowned Welsh painter Katie Allen starting October 26th 2017.

Please click here to view pieces in the exhibition.

Rachael Nee's Potatoed Powered Cosmos at CERN, Geneva

Artist Rachael Nee has been working with international teachers on the CERN High School Teacher programme to develop the Potato Powered Cosmos, an art-meets-science installation that demonstrates how CERN works, but not as you might expect!

Click here to read more about Rachael's exciting project!

Call Me Frank Focus

LONDON GALLERY October 27 - November 8

Showing Call Me Frank's latest plexiglass pieces, plus instalations Project Warfume Agent and Non-Sexually Transmitted Children.

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Check out this video by our artist Paul Kessling!

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Peter Monaghan Solo Exhibition 2015

The Language of X

Starting 30th April running through to 16th May

Being held in our Marylebone gallery, Peter Monaghan will be presenting his latest body of artwork titled 'The Language of X.

Welcome to Rogan Brown

Our latest artist Rogan Brown's work explores the boundaries between observational study and artistic interpretation, existing somewhere between scientific accuracy and pure, unbridled imagination. Using both a scalpel and a laser he creates intricate, fragile relief sculpture out of layers of cut paper making multiple visual references: cell structures, microbes, anatomical models, coral, fossils, vegetal forms, insects, sea shells etc

Brown is a graduate of Goldsmiths' College and holds an MA in Cultural Theory from Queen Mary and Westfield College, London University. He was named Emerging Artist of the Year at the National Open Art Exhibition in London in 2014.

We've only received two of his works so far, and look forward to receiving more in the near future!

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