In her second solo exhibition at V.O Curations, London-based Lebanese artist Nour el Saleh presents a group of six new paintings alongside, for the first time, a miniature three-dimensional sculpted painting. Titled Where the Grass is Synthetic, this new body of work sits somewhere between real and dream worlds, employing the theatre as allegory, and as a character in and of herself.
The Faces of Love debut solo show of British visual artist Emma Prempeh, of Ghanian and Vincentian heritage.
British visual artist Emma Prempeh, of Ghanian and Vincentian heritage, (b.1996, London) is a graduate of Fine Arts from Goldsmiths University. Prempeh’s debut solo show The Faces of Love is the culmination of a 2-month residency at V.O Curations.
British-Nigerian artist Sola Olulode is currently in a 3-month residency at V.O Curations, resulting in a solo exhibition ‘Where the Ocean Meets the Beach’ taking place at V.O’s 12th-floor gallery from 13th February to 28th March 2020.
Graduating as few as 3 months ago from Slade School of Fine Art, the talented Nour El Saleh has been busy in residency at VO Curations
VO Curations the new curatorial platform based between London and Paris taking over the emerging art scene
Established in 2018, VO Curations aim to represent the best of contemporary and emerging art within the two leading art capitals of Europe. Located in the heart of Waterloo on the 12th Floor of Elizabeth House, their new space houses a gallery as well as multiple accessible artist studios and residency programmes.