14th – 31st March 2012
Charlie Dutton is to present a solo exhibition of new work by Damien Meade.
Damien Meade makes somewhat absurd and grotesque paintings of sculpted figurative forms made from clay, tape, wire and other materials, drawing on a diversity of influences including psychoanalysis, sci-fi, idolatry and the Baroque.
The London Open 2015 goes on show 83 years after the Whitechapel Gallery’s first open submission exhibition in 1932.
The Festival of Independents is a celebration of independent artist-run spaces that are run by Cambodian, Myanmar and Vietnamese nationals.
‘In contemporary portrait painting the identity of the person being portrayed gets lost. In a way, this is through the personality of the painter. This show is about the sitter. Who is the sitter? Who is the sitter represented by?’
Tarren McCallan: Get Your Art On FAD #11