Harry Pye and Friends, The South London Salon, 27 September 2013 - 6 October 2013.
I'm taking part in this exhibiton curated by Harry Pye, as part of Deptford X, London's Contemorary Arts Festival. The show features the following 30 artists, who all have a strong connection to South London.
Marie Smith, Cedar Lewisohn, Christopher Owen, Sarah Doyle, Peter Lamb, Howard Dyke,Rowland Smith,Julia Bedford, David Dipré, Liam Newnham, Patrick Morrissey & Hanz Hancock, Edward Ward, Rosalind Davis, Bob London, Klarita Pandolfi-Carr, Sarah Sparkes, Clare Price, Paul Hamilton, Jackie Clark, Giles Kent, Julie Bennett, Simeon Banner, Paul Wye, Tracey Williams, Zac T Lee, Mikey Georgeson, Marcus Cope, Sinead Wheeler, Mel Cole, Julian Wakeling, and Aleksandra Wojcik.
The works will be exhibited at the brand new D.X H.Q on Brookmill Rd (1 minute's walkk from Deptford D.L.R) The festival is officially opened tonight at D.X.H.Q, then there will be a special event for Harry Pye's south London Salon, on Thursday 3rd October from 6pm till 9pm.
Recent group show at Charlie Dutton Gallery, London, featuring Virginia Verran, Dallas Seitz, Galen Riley, Damien Meade, Cathy Lomax, Marcus Harvey, Kristen Glass, David Dipré, Marianne Basualdo, curated by Covadonga Valdés.
Charlie Dutton Gallery
Head Piece, David Dipré
From left to right, Cathy Lomax, Damien Meade, Marcus Harvey, Virginia Verran, David Dipré, Galen Riley.
A reviewby Yvette Gresléof the current group show featuringVirginia Verran, Dallas Seitz, Galen Riley, Damien Meade, Cathy Lomax, Marcus Harvey, Kirsten Glass, David Dipré, Marianne Basualdo, curated by Covadonga Valdés.
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Opening times: Thursday, Friday & Saturday 11-6pm or by appointment
Unknown Sitter DOS
3rd to 20th July 2013
Wednesday 3rd July 6 – 9 pm
Virginia Verran, Dallas Seitz, Galen Riley Damien Meade, Cathy Lomax, Marcus Harvey Kirsten Glass, David Dipré, Marianne Basualdo
Curated by Covadonga Valdés
This group exhibition combines painting, installation and sculpture to explore various anonymities of the portrait. Playing with ambiguity, these works call into question the meaning of ‘non-identity’ in portraiture that comes about perhaps as the result of a suspicion of its true intention or as a consequence of a disguised or even rootless origin.
Focusing on the tangible and three-dimensional aspects of the portrait as it unfolds towards a disarrangement of its theme, the sitters become subject to question. Habit and recognition fade, at times through the ability of the skill which manipulates or moulds its three dimensional aspect, at other times when the subjects turn inward to perform something imagined, or felt or to view at their own self-reflective narcissism through playful painterly techniques or ghostly installation.
‘The Unknown Sitter DOS’ performs as the disk operating system, excavating body parts to reassemble them as a contemporary portraiture of unflattering and unsentimental figures which participate in the uncanny dislocation of their narratives.
An essay by Alex Veness featured in the on-line anthology ‘Knowing the Unknown Sitter’ accompanies the exhibition.
New prints exclusive to 'Back Shop Edition' by Paul Housley
‘Unknown Sitter’ first exhibition took place in March-April 2013 thanks to the support of the Lion and Lamb Gallery.