London Art Gallery Studio 73 Unveils Exciting Line Up for First Half of 2018 Ideal for Art Enthusiasts

London Art Gallery Studio 73 Unveils Exciting Line Up for First Half of 2018 Ideal for Art Enthusiasts

Art lovers eager to feast their eyes on creative, thought provoking pieces have a calendar of events to put in their diary thanks to the line-up unveiled by Brixton, London, based gallery Studio 73. The diverse collections set to be exhibited come from across the UK and further afield to showcase an electric mix of styles, cultures, and inspiration.

Established in 2010 by photographer Adrian Flower, Studio 73 has built a stellar reputation for valuing and showcasing both UK and international established printmakers, painters, and photographers. For the last seven years in the heart of busy Brixton, Studio 73 has attracted a wide range of cultural audiences and collectors, from as far afield as Asia. Aiming to promote new and exciting artworks the gallery works with a diversified and creative mix of artists from around the world, with the studio providing them with a unique London platform.

Among the top UK artists and printmakers that Studio 73 has worked with are Jaykoe, Andrew Millar, Priscilla Watkins, Andrew McGregor, Oli Fowler, Donk, Claudine O’Sullivan & And Smile Studio, Liekeland, Ben Buchanan, and Martin Grover.

Flower said, “As part of our diverse programme of future exhibitions for this year we’re hosting a dynamic group show at the beginning of February. The show focuses on black and white gestures, abstraction, and figuration curated by CMprojects. Following that we also have a vibrant Women’s Art Show in March and a series of solo shows throughout the next six months, including Matt Saunders, Andrew Millar, and Julika Defouw, ending the summer with a cool group show for August entitled Shark.”

One of the eagerly awaited prints set to launch at Studio 73 comes from South London based illustrator Caroline Harper, who created hand-drawn maps that represent local culture, history, and architectural character. The latest addition to Harper’s witty, creative and decorative maps will be released on Friday 9th February. Entitled The Great Trees of London, the limited edition print features the most iconic trees across the capital.

Art enthusiasts looking for a unique collection that’s thought provoking should add the weekend Friday 23rd to 25th February 2018 to their calendar. American self-taught, primitive artist Eric Polise will be showing his latest collection at Studio 73 Art, which plays on British stereotypes.

Flower commented, “We are excited to be giving Eric an opportunity to expose his latest collection of original mixed media paintings to the London scene and, in particular, to the community of Brixton.”

Polise’s show, entitled Kings, Queens, and Creatures, has been put together exclusively for the vibrant South London gallery. Over a year in the making, the new series offers stimulating, intriguing, and social observational art that will inspire Londoners.

Based in New York, Polise has established a strong presence on the US art scene and expanded his exposure in Europe during 2017. Collectors of Eric Polise’s work have a great opportunity to meet him in London and see his latest style in person, while those that are new to his works can immerse themselves in the primitive and imaginative pieces. Embracing the theme of the show, the king and queen appear constantly throughout the collection. The show will also include original paintings, prints, and books for sale.

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