All visitors to the gallery must wear masks inside the gallery. Hand sanitiser and masks are provided and social distancing measures strictly observed.
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There are a limited number of visitors allowed in the gallery at any one time, all visitors must wear masks inside the gallery, outside in the gardens masks can be taken off. Hand sanitiser and masks are provided and social distancing measures strictly observed.
Curated by DuoVision (Martin Green & James Lawler) & GALLERY46 (Sean McLusky & Martin J Tickner)
In partnership with
LATE OPENING SATURDAY 5TH DECEMBER
Pop Art pioneers Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol, Robert Indiana and Jasper Johns were queer.
This exhibition aims to explore the movements impact and influence of on four contemporary LGBT artists who continue to observe and explore contemporary pop culture.
Kelly-Anne Davitt paints sweets, toys, dolls and provocative images of female nudes in a hyper realistic playful pop style. Her electrifying immaculate canvases fuse traditional still life and portraiture with a with a contemporary approach. Kelly has exhibited many times and her shows recent work created during Covid 19 lockdown.
Cardiff resident Daniel Edwards glues trashy ephemera, price stickers and novelty giveaways onto postcards before scaling up to create large intricate pop paintings. He also recreates beautiful classical portraits on disused cardboard boxes – fusing the desirable with the disposable. This is the first time he has exhibited in London
Bex Massey’s work examines the throw away nature of British popular culture and the anxiety drifting just below the surface of daily life. Motifs express the consumer gluttony extracted from her 80s/90s childhood memories. She appropriates and refashions this paraphernalia in her paintings fusing traditional techniques with garish colours to create a relevant contemporary canvas.
ladypat produces vibrantly intense and humorous work inspired by icons, history and identity. His eye popping visuals were first screened in nightclubs when he created videos for S-Express, Adamski, Hi-Fi Sean ft Yoko Ono, Scarlet Fantastic and Boy George. His latest work transforms digital images in to hand made felt pieces creating a new folk pop art form – Compute & Craft
Orlando Campbell grew up with Stella, Noland, Paolozzi and Caulfield paintings, as his parents had collected these artists over the years. Their use of colour and symmetry were to become strong influences in his work over the years…