We are delighted to present our summer group exhibition
//HERE NOW// : Summer Exhibition
A curated showcase of brand new original artworks and classic editions from a superb collection of fine art and urban and contemporary artists.
This Summer sees a change to our usual gallery summer show. The old 'MIX' has been replaced with an exhibition that we wanted to more closely embody the gallery and the direction of where the gallery is heading.
It's an exhibition of artwork produced to a very high order that centres on what's happening now.
//HERE NOW// is a summer group exhibition featuring brand new works by our currently represented artists and a carefully selected range of new artists that the gallery is truly excited to be working with; all curated alongside some classic works that are simply too good to leave out.
This years lineup is distinctly and deliberately international, in part to highlight that as a British gallery, located in the heart of London, we welcome all artists from all over the world and sell their work all over the world. It's our logical protest against the Brexit movement! We always have and always will proudly trade on the international stage.
Exhibiting artists on show:
Albert Ruiz Villar
Henrietta Harris, Reflector, 2018
Eduardo Recife, Reaching Peaceful Waters
Caitlin McCormack, A Feint to Conceal, 2018
Bahar Caglayan, The Magic Carpet Journey – LNDN, 2018
STIK, Sleeping Baby
Zoe Grace, You Can Do It (Black & White)
Banksy, CCCP (Love Is In The Air)
Banksy, Police Kids (Jack and Jill)
Harland Miller, High on Hope, 2015
Lucy Sparrow, Rush Hour, 2018
Jessica Albarn , Carborundum 2, 2018
Jessica Albarn , Carborundum 3, 2018
Frans Smit, After Rembrandt, Self Portrait with Neon Stripes
Teresa French, Untitled 2
Euan Roberts, Greatest Hits Vol.1£ 1,500.00
Euan Roberts, I Miss YouSold
Grayson Perry, The Island of Bad Art
Harland Miller, Happiness, The Case Against (Small), 2017
Banksy, Welcome to Hell
Damien Hirst, Pfizer VGR 100mg (Baby Blue)
Florian Eymann, Portrait Nº 100 117
Florian Eymann, Portrait Nº 110 117
Tom French, Transcend Portrait 1
Keaton Henson, Other Peoples Problems