Instragram Takeover curated by Maddie Rose Hills
"The colour of there seen from here, the colour of where you are not” - Rebecca Solnit
A group exhibition of work by 8 contemporary artists explored through their use of the colour blue.
Programme of events: There will be an invitation only Dinner in the Gallery on Wednesday 25th September, Private View Thursday 26th and an Artist Talk on Saturday 28th. Full programme to be announced. Due to generous sponsorship from Copeland Gallery there will be no fees or commission for artists. All marketing and production costs will be crowdfunded through sales of donated artwork.
Tess Williams has had solo shows in Germany, Spain and the UK, and has been selected for numerous group exhibitions across Europe. Her work is held in collections in the UK, Europe and the USA.
Tom Pope this year took his performance piece One Square Club to Frieze LA. Graduated with an MA in Photography from the Royal College of Art in 2011. Upon graduating he won the Deutsche Bank Artist Award
Florence Sweeney has exhibited most recently with Guts Gallery London, Espositivo Madrid, SWAB Art Fair Barcelona, The Dot Project London, & a solo show at Lily Brooke Gallery London.
Alexander Mourant’s work has been included in FT Weekend Magazine, British Journal of Photography, Photograph, Unseen Magazine and The Greatest Magazine. He has won the Free Range Award and was recently nominated for Foam Paul Huf Award.
Maddie Rose Hills has exhibited in London, Paris & Barcelona with an artist residency in Iceland. Her paintings have been acquired by the British Airways collection. Commissions include The Dorchester’s 45 Park Lane.
Simone Mudde is a 2019 New Contemporaries artist. Exhibitions with The Photographers Gallery & Unseen Amsterdam. Recipient of RCA New Photographers Prize and shortlisted for European Photography Award.
Katrina Russell-Adams graduated with a degree in Behavioural Sciences. With a successful career in social housing under her belt she took a break to bring up 3 children before coming to art. Artist commissions include ITV and London Borough of Culture