Having just received his first solo-show in London with Public Gallery, New York based painter Taylor Simmons is a name to know right now.
Wasted Dreams is the debut UK solo exhibition of Italian, London based artist Guendalina Cerruti at PUBLIC Gallery. Through an expansive installation that combines assemblage-based sculpture, LED art, mixed media wall and floor-based works, Cerruti explores the ‘Wasted Dreams’ relationship between life, dreams and contemporaneity.
PUBLIC Gallery presents Live a Little, the debut UK solo show of Coline Marotta. It showcases a new series of paintings and drawings produced during her residency with the gallery. These playfully react to the digital massacre of our age.
Emma Fineman solo show, REALMS OF THE (UN) REAL, to open at PUBLIC Gallery, 6th March. The exhibition explores the many facets of our ontological space, imagining them within an absence of temporal constraints.
The Italian-French duo Marroni-Ouanely’s debut UK solo exhibition at PUBLIC Gallery is full of unorthodox imperfections. Sit back, smile, and enjoy.
PUBLIC Gallery’s upcoming exhibition will mark the debut of the Italian artist Matteo Cordero.
The solo exhibition will show the trajectory of Cordero’s work, especially the influence the Neo-Expressionists of the late 1970s and 1980s
PUBLIC Gallery presents Unblock Me You Coward, a solo exhibition of the artist Lung. It features a new series of paintings, and a 30-meter-long sky dancer …
Lot 5 Collective’s fourth exhibition, Face Value, will be staged at the Royal Opera Arcade Gallery, Mayfair from 8-17 November.
elix Carr’s debut UK solo exhibition Only My Right Hand Is Mine, on view at PUBLIC Gallery from 9th October – 3rd November.
Adébayo Bolaji to have a solo show at PUBLIC gallery this September. The powerful new works, created especially for the exhibition, will engage in (and make us reflect on) a psychological, but almost ingrained, research of the self.
The PUBLIC Gallery has just announced Mia Wilkinson’s second solo show at the gallery: ‘THIS IS NOT PORN’. It will exhibit a selection of Mia’s recent works (2016-18) exploring the depiction of the female nude in our media-obsessed age.