23 January - 26 February
The thirty-something invited artists hail from all over the world and include both gallery artists and a number of fresh talent. The selected artists were purposefully given vague criteria in order to free them from the constraints of a single overriding theme, and instead, focus on concerns directly relating to their practice. The resulting pieces include a multitude of styles, and media, including less conventional techniques like collage, silkscreen, and monotype. These unique works typically range between £2,000-5,000, with a few artists presenting monumental work up to £10,000, and others presenting bargains for works close to £1,000. The main objective was to present a range of affordable works to the seasoned collector, but also to more casual collectors, keeping in mind that works on paper typically run 1/3 cheaper than a similarly sized work on canvas. We are thrilled to present such a talented group of new and familiar names…we are confident that there is a piece for every taste, desire, and budget.
Bessho Ayumi | Ed Broner | Sune Christiansen | Martin Daiber | Melanie Daniel | Juan de la Rica | Jonathan Edelhuber | Melissa Floyd | Gabrielle Graessle | Rachel Hayden | Dan Hollings | Bradley Kerl | Morteza Khakshoor | Maeve van Klaveren | Rae Klein | Jan Sebastian Koch | Adam Lee | Maria Lundström | Iryna Maksymova | Navot Miller | Wynnie Mynerva | David Noro | Kemi Onabule | Dzvinya Podlyashetska | Magnus Reid | Jan Rybníček | Andrew Salgado | Ethan Stuart | Michael Swaney | Moley Talhaoui | Tang Shuo | Thom Trojanowski
The nearest stations to the Gallery are Barbican (closest station), Farringdon and St Paul’s. All stations are under a 10 minute walk to the Gallery
Buses: The 43, 205 and 214 stop close by on City Road.
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