Lazarides Gallery Greek Street is delighted to present an exhibition of new work by Todd James / REAS. Blood & Treasure features a series of over twenty new paintings, as well as a never-before-seen animated video.
Protest images marked out in cartoon outrage, filled with recycled advertising cast-offs and corrupted child scrawls, these large-scale works of gouache and graphite smash the distance between death and jokes and between the viewer and what he or she probably goes around trying not to know about the present state of things. 29th August until the 26th September
BEYOND THE STREETS LONDON the most comprehensive graffiti & street art exhibition to open in the UK ever.
BEYOND THE STREETS LONDON will open at Saatchi Gallery with over 100 international artists this February. The exhibition supported by […]
Lazarides Gallery to bring celebrity tattoo artist Scott Campbell’s Whole Glory to London during Frieze
Campbell will present a new body of artwork and tattoo the arms of randomly selected participants during Frieze week
Fantasy Island is a provocative new solo exhibition by New York-based artist Todd James opening at Lazarides this week. The […]
Antony Micallef‘s visceral paintings loom from the walls of Lazarides gallery’s central London space, large canvases exploding with a riot of colour and deranged brushstrokes. Titled ‘Self’, this suite of paintings are an ironic comment on the social media-saturated contemporary culture that places so much emphasis on the cult of celebrity and the modern-day autograph: the ‘Selfie’.
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