In Dancing On Lava In A Moment Of Decadence, Alexander James presents a selection of his latest paintings, teeming with idiosyncratic figures and imagined scenarios that reveal an intimate and reflective space of his making. Through processes of abstraction and fragmentation, James’ multifaceted and vibrant pieces interweave elements of his memories and introspections into new constructed realities, while at once drawing on the mythologies of people and the concepts of success
The Edge is a group exhibition featuring varied works by the seven participating creatives of The Columbia Summer 2020 Residency: Carla Borel, Tommy Camerno, Thomas Hjelm, Jack Laver, Angelica Lebre, Tia O’Donnell, and Shaquelle Whyte presented by Roman Road & The Columbia.
Roman Road is starting the new year with an insightful solo exhibition presenting recent works by British artist Alexander James. Featuring unique pieces traversing different mediums, Look What The Cat Dragged In, takes visitors on a journey moving between a tangible reality and a digital existence.
One of the works offered by Niels Borch Jensen Gallery that struck me was Tacita Dean’s Quarantania (2018) – a stunning work on seven panels depicting a mountain against a rusty pink graduated sky, reminiscent of Ed Ruscha.
Jenny Judova from Art Map London has picked ‘The Most Interesting Art Events’ to see in London this week
These are some of the most interesting art events happening in London this week.
There are lots of art events happening in London; talks, workshops, tours, discussions and many many more! To help you with the choice Jenny Judova from Art Map London has picked ‘The Most Interesting Art Events ‘ to see in London this week.