Paloma Proudfoot, (left) Sad Sack (right) Sleauth, 2017, Glazed porcelain

NEW WORK: FORM

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Location
Cob Gallery
205 Royal College Street
NW1 0SG
London
Event time
Wed - Sat, 12pm - 6pm
Date
14 Feb 2018 - 10 Mar 2018
Next event: 22 Feb 2018
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NEW WORK: FORM is the debut exhibition in a three-part series, exhibiting selected groups of young, international multidisciplinary artists who bring distinct voices and striking approaches to three fields of enquiry; Form, Subject and Material.

FORM is presented as a meeting of painting, sculpture, digital art, photography and mixed media works, examined through a dialogue between formal geometric structures and organic compositions. Explored throughout the exhibit is how these individual artists translate their subject matter and surroundings into the elemental, symmetrical or biomorphic. The exhibiting artists can be compared and contrasted through their differing contemporary engagements to form, not only through fabrication and rendering, but for their individual application of their unique artistic visual languages.
 
The three-part series format is inspired by a programme devised at Green Gallery, New York. Between 1960 and 1965, curator Richard Bellamy chose to exhibit the work of emerging artists who were redefining what art was, taking it into new directions, and using materials and forms in innovative ways.

Participating artists:

Katja Angeli · Cristina BanBan · Dominic Beattie · Asger Carlsen · Vanessa da Silva · Realf Heygate · Joseph Goody · Sif Norskov · Laurence Owen · Tristan Pigott · Paloma Proudfoot · George Rouy · Will Spratley · James Tailor

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