• JAN 11 to JAN 22
    Group Exhibition
    CONTEMPORARY PAINTING 12 – 22 January 2017

    Category

    • Group Exhibition
    • Contemporary

    Dates and Opening hours

    JAN 11 to JAN 22, 2017

    Open Monday to Saturday 10am - 6pm & Sunday 12pm - 6pm

    Vernissage: Preview: Wednesday 11 January, 18:00 – 20:30 The Annexe, 93 – 95 Sclater Street

    Event Location

    The Brick Lane Gallery

    London
    United Kingdom

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    CONTEMPORARY PAINTING
    12 – 22 January 2017
    Preview: Wednesday 11 January, 18:00 – 20:30
    The Annexe, 93 – 95 Sclater Street

    DOLORS SIMÓ | HAYLEY JENSEN | JESS GOODACRE | LARA JULIAN | MARIA TZOUTZOULI | MIGUEL ANGEL CRAVIOTTO | TANER YILMAZ | TONIA SAGOO | YASMINE BUBTEINA

    The Brick Lane Gallery is proud to present the latest CONTEMPORARY PAINTING which opens this new year with a vast collection of abstract and figurative paintings by talented international artists. We are happy to see return the new works of Lara Julian, whose abstract paintings with strong and vivid colours convey emotion and energy. Often working on two paintings at the same time, her creative process is open to changes and freed of restrictions, ‘I don’t work to formula, I stay instinctive’ just as Tonia Sagoo’s approach. Her works, also abstract, bring to life images and emotions that she believes already exist in space and time. Colours and lines are primary elements in most abstract paintings and crucial to some of the artists exhibiting, as for Maria Tzoutzouli who said ‘I discover myself in the world of colours and the beauty of art’. This exhibition also includes figurative works, as Tamer Yilmaz’s portraits and Jess Goodacre’s paintings playing with the concept of duality and identity. Miguel Angel Craviotto presents a selection of colourful works that include images from pop culture and iconic visual reference of London city. An interesting approach to painting can be seen in Dolors Simó’s expressive and humorous pieces, definitely influenced by her skills as ceramist and mosaic artist. Similarly playful, but different in form, Hayley Jensen canvases present organic shapes and colourful forms that almost seem moving at times.

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