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Lacey Contemporary Gallery

  • David M Price
    David M Price
  • Geoff Diego Litherland
    Geoff Diego Litherland
  • Simon Bacon
    Simon Bacon
  • David M Price
    David M Price
  • Geoff Diego Litherland
    Geoff Diego Litherland
  • Simon Bacon
    Simon Bacon

NEXT EXHIBITION OPENING 3RD AUGUST 2016…

SUMMER ARTS PRIZE: FINALIST EXHIBITION

Supported by BeSmartAboutArt, Great Art UK & The EMA Arts Club
3
rd August – 20th August 2016

PV: Wed 3rd August 6-9pm. Guest list only

Lacey Contemporary Gallery brings back it’s Summer Arts Prize for 2016 with a £1000 cash prize to the first place winner. From the hundreds of online entries, 50 finalists will be selected to show at the gallery for 3 weeks in August and to be judged for the final prizes by our jury panel: Tabish Khan (Londonist/FAD), Ali Hillman (The Hospital Club), and Anna McNay (DIVA & STATE Magazine). More info here

FUTURE EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS

When The Sun Comes Out Lute Mix' medium Acrylic on canvas Date 2015 Size; TBC approx H170cm x W180 cm Price; £8000

CHOICE EMBLEMS
New Paintings by Laurence Wood
24 August – 10 September 2016
PV: Wed 24 August 6-9pm – RSVP

Lacey Contemporary Gallery is proud to present Laurence Wood in his second solo exhibition with the gallery, “Choice Emblems”. Laurence Wood will be presenting a new suite of paintings that extend his distinctive use of intense colour and emblematic forms. The exhibitions title comes from a famous Elizabethan emblem book “A Choice of Emblemes”. Through this exhibition Wood continues to exploit and celebrate his painterly juxtaposition of picture plane flatness against spatial illusion, figurative depiction against emotional gesture, and topographical observation combined with spontaneous invention. READ MORE…

ALCHEMIES
Jenni Hicks & Merion Harries
27 Sept – 1st October 2016
PV: 28 Sept 6-9pm, RSVP

A collaborative exhibition opens at Lacey Contemporary Gallery this September featuring two contemporary artists based in London and working in Photography and Ceramics. All artistic creation involves alchemy:  alchemy of materials and of imagination.   Jenni Hicks uses fire to transform base clay into works of art using processes that have existed for thousands of years.   Meirion Harries captures and manipulates light to create printed art forms with processes that are relatively more recent.  The ceramic object and the photographic image gain a life that transcends their origins in clay and paper. Contrasting the oldest and newest artistic processes, ALCHEMIES demonstrates that art is not simply rooted in or bound by the process of its creation, but springs to life through the alchemy of imaginative engagement.

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