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NEW Art Gallery in Hoxton –

Hoxton Art Gallery is pleased to announce the opening of their inaugural exhibition
Symbiosis. The gallery is presenting work by six of London’s leading emerging
artists; Ellie Davies, Noemie Goudal, Lucy Wilson, Valerie Furnham, Katie Sims and
Kentaro Yamada.

These artists have already reached critical acclaim, their work being acknowledged
by TATE Britain, Saatchi, the Catlin Prize 2011 and the Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011.

The exhibition will reveal an exciting array of works that investigate the symbiotic relationship between humanity and the natural world. The show includes a range of photography, painting, sculpture and installation works each exploring the sublime through the contemporary landscape, as well as the macro and micro realms.

Hoxton Art Gallery is a new commercial art gallery situated on Charlotte Road in
Shoreditch. The gallery is an initiative of Director Matthew Nickerson, supported by
Lydia Cowpertwait, Head of Gallery, and Fiona Neil, Head of Projects. Together they
are fostering ongoing relationships with new contemporaries through a strong
curatorial programme consisting of group and solo exhibitions, as well as projects
beyond the gallery walls.

The Gallery opens to the public on Friday May 20th, 2011. The exhibition runs until June 17th

Hoxton Art Gallery



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