Image:Jig A Number, Plywood and acrylic, Beatriz Olabarrieta 2010.
MOT International will be having a reception for Noah Angell, Stian Ådlandsvik and Lutz-Rainer Müller, Simon Mathers, Bret Nicely, Beatriz Olabarrieta, Seth Pick.
Noah Angell lives and works in London. Recent exhibitions include A Tergo, Limoncello, London; About Now, Message Salon, Zurich; Noah Angell Rana Hassanieh, Treignac Project, France; Dramaturgy of the Subject, Open Space, Vienna.
Stian Ådlandsvik and Lutz-Rainer Müller live and work in Oslo. The two met in 2006 while studying at the National Academy of Fine Arts in Oslo. Recent exhibitions of their collaborative practice include Still life with hyena, lotus and cave at W17, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, in 2010, If I won’t fly, try using it as a reducing machine, simultaneously at Galerie HfbK, Elektrohaus, Trottoir and St. Pauli Kunstverein, all in Hamburg, 2008, and Sketches for the meantime at Fotogalleriet, Oslo, 2006. At MOT International the artists present their collaborative practice for the first time in the UK.
Simon Mathers lives and works in London, and is a 2010 Royal College MA Painting graduate. Recent exhibitions include Monochrome Rainbow, Chapter One Gallery, London; Crash, Warner Road, London.
Beatriz Olabarrieta lives and works in London. Recent exhibitions include Artists of the day, Flowers London; Stand Up, 70 County Street; Koraalberg Gallery, Antwerp; Flash, Cracks, Different Days, Sala Ignacio Aldecoa, Vitoria, Spain.
Bret Nicely lives and works in Los Angeles, California. Recent exhibitions include Pass the Poverty Please, Circus Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Some Indispensable Concepts for Understanding this Beautiful Exhibition: Bret Nicely, Heather Rasmussen, Dawson Weber, The Confederacy for Creative Ephemera, Los Angeles, CA.
Seth Pick lives and works in London. Recent exhibitions include The Masturbator May Be Abject, Neue Alte Brücke/ Economy, Frankfurt am Main, For Awhile A Very Obsure One, Brickhouse Gallery, London, RHSP, Lima Zulu Project Space, London and Rotate, curated by MOOT, CAS, London.