SCRATCHING THE SURFACE
Lee Ellis | Laurence Perratzi | Christos Tsimaris
18th May – 2nd June 2016
The works in this exhibition attempt to break the mask and reveal the depths of the human condition and disquieting human figure, through the paintings of Lee Ellis and Christos Tsimaris, and the sculptures of Laurence Perratzi. Abstracted figures, distorted heads and bodies as well as telling body language encourage viewers to observe and discover the subjects through the scratchings of surfaces. READ MORE….
FUTURE EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS
PLACES AMONG THE STARS
Pandora Mond | Almuth Tebbenhoff FRBS
8th – 25th June 2016 | PV: 8th June 6pm-9pm RSVP
If you have ever looked up on a clear night and seen a blanket of stars it is not hard to be moved by the vastness and the beauty of the night sky. It is no surprise that astronomy has been of interest to artists for centuries. Places Among the Stars is a new exhibition at Lacey Contemporary Gallery featuring contemporary painter Pandora Mond’s newest collection of Exoplanet paintings, alongside The Royal Society of British Sculptors’ fellow Almuth Tebbenhoff, who will be exhibiting a selection of works from herEmpty Spheres series (sculptures inspired by lunar eclipses). READ MORE…
Lily-Joy Jackson | Charley Dawson | Ariel Hack | Angus Spearman | James Fish | Laura Rowe
3-6 June | PV 3 June 6-9pm RSVP
This June, Lacey Contemporary Gallery presents s group of six emerging artists from University of the Creative Arts in Surrey. As a collective these young artists explore the idea of ‘chrome’ through a variety of different mediums from metal work, sculpture to paintings and prints. All of the work you see relates to each other through colour and materiality. CHROME is proud to support The Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital and will be donating 10% of all art sales going towards this worth cause. READ MORE…
David Price | Geoff Diego Litherland | Simon Bacon
29 June – 12 July | PV: 29 June RSVP
Lacey Contemporary presents the work of contemporary painters Geoff Diego Litherland and David Price alongside bronze sculptor Simon Bacon in this first collaboration ‘Perpetual Dawn’ opening 29th June 2016. Through this exhibition, the artists present wild and reimagined worlds formed by destructed landscapes that seem to echo an ancient time. Traces of human life are scattered throughout, with classical references that seem to allude to the loss of a great empire or an apocalyptic world. More info to come….