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The Brickline Gallery - 2017 de Bizimle Sergi Acin
 

Welcome to the December newsletter.

 
We art pleased to present two fantastic group exhibitions this December, and will look forward to welcoming you for our "Contemporary Painting" and "Art in Mind" group exhibitions. 

We currently have last minute spaces for our Christmas exhibition - if you are looking to exhibit your artwork over the Christmas period and make the most of the festive season please get in touch.
Exhibit with us
EXHIBIT WITH US IN 2017 

PHOTOGRAPHY NOW
10th - 23 January

CONTEMPORARY PAINTING 
10th - 23rd January

LANDSCAPE: RURAL VS URBAN
21st February - 6th March

ART IN MIND EXHIBITION - All Art Mediums including drawing, painting, sculpture, photography, illustration and graphics.
24th - January - 6th February
THE CHRISTMAS EXHIBITION
places still availabe

20th December to 9th January
 
PORTRAITS

7th - 20th February

ABSTRACT
24th January - 6th February

WORKS ON PAPER
7th - 20th February

To exhibit with us contact 
info@thebricklanegallery.com
 
 
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Contemporary Painting
8th - 18th December 2016

Opening Tonight
6-8.30pm


ALI AL-EZZI | HITHAM SAID | JOANNE LAU | KLARA GUNNLAUGSDOTTIR-LUCAS | MINJOO KIM | NATASHA MITCHELL | PAUL WHITEHEAD | STEVE MARTIN | VICTORIA MOSCHINI

The Brick Lane Gallery is thrilled to present CONTEMPORARY PAINTING a new exhibition showcasing different styles and approaches to painting. Today the landscape of contemporary painting is particularly strong and encompasses artists embracing abstraction as well as figuration as Korean artist Minjoo Kim and Paul Whitehead, whose small-scale canvases mirror traditional painting techniques depicting scenes of the urban life in London. Completely different are the abstract works of Klara Gunnlaugsdottir-Lucas and Ali Al-Ezzi, with bold colours, powerful brushstrokes and innovative painting technique, respectively inspired by nature and emotion, these two artists manage to create harmonious combination of colours and forms. Oscillating between figurative painting and abstraction are the works of Victoria Moschini and Natasha Mitchell with vivid colour palettes and surreal figures. Influenced by studies of film image composition and layers of photographical filters, Steve Martin depicts Californian inspired scenes. Painting is not only about creating images with paint and brushstrokes, but is also seen as a therapeutic action and as a conveyor of emotions and feelings. Joanne Lau’s positively charged paintings reflect on sentiments of love, joy and happiness. Similarly, South African artist Yegan Naidoo creates escapist scenes to inspire the viewers and provide a space for hope and de-stress from daily preoccupations. Another exhibiting artist, Hitham Said finds artistic inspiration from ideas of the subconscious and the soul.

Take part in our future Contemporary Art exhibition in 10th to 23rd January

Art in Mind
8th - 18th December 2016

Opening Tonight
6-8.30pm


BRIGIT BELL RITCHIE | EKATERINA SERGEEVA | KOME ELEYAE | MARIAN GONZÁLEZ | MIKAEL PENNANEN | SUZANNE GARNIER-WEYTHMAN

The Brick Lane Gallery is proud to present the last ART IN MIND ofor 2016, a group exhibition displaying multimedia works, including painting, sculpture, mixed media artworks and collages. Showcasing works of international artists, this exhibition aims to bring to the public innovative approaches to art, original techniques and embrace a wide range of artistic practices. Creating paintings that oscillate between the abstract and the figurative, Mikael Pennanen aim to convey and capture emotions between his layers of bright acrylic paint. Another exhibiting artist, Brigit Bell Ritchie presents a collection of innovative works that are both abstract and hyper-detailed. Appearing as digital drawings, her artworks are produced by combination of unexpected media, including spray paint, ink and pencil. Also working with abstraction is Ekaterina Sergeeva bringing a body of work rich with bold colours and shapes. A colourful palette is also what makes Kome Eleyae’s portraits an ‘exploration of colour’. His practice sees him fragments and reconstructing compositions in exaggerated colours. Just as Eleyae assembles in in his own way the attributes of the figure portrayed to reproduce an augmented version of him/her, Marian González also creates new meaning by dislocating images. Creating new narrative born from the assemblage of different images. She brings to this show a series of collages of pictures and writings sourced from various printed materials. ‘The action of cutting and pasting is present in all my work, just as union and separation are constant in my artistic production’. Moonheart Lily conveys in her painting feelings towards nature and emotions. Having been hospitalized for mental illness, she found in painting a way to relax and find comfort. Suzanne Garnier-Weythman addresses nature in a different way. Having become fascinated by hummingbirds, she recently began using a stream of continuous photography to capture their movements ‘I became aware they resemble tiny warriors’.


Take part in our future Abstract art exhibition 24th January to 6th February


Exhibit with us in 2016

We welcome all artists from all over the world to exhibit with us in our group exhibitions. To find out more contact Giulia   
info@thebricklanegallery.com


FUTURE EXHIBITION DATES

ART IN MIND EXHIBITION - All Art Mediums
24th JANUARY - 6th FEBRUARY

PHOTOGRAPHY NOW
10th - 23rd JANUARY

CONTEMPORARY PAINTING 

10th  - 23rd JANUARY

LANDSCAPE: RURAL VS URBAN
21st FEBRUARY - 6th MARCH 

PORTRAITS
7th - 20th February

WORKS ON PAPER
7th - 20th FEBRUARY

ABSTRACT ART

24th JANUARY - 6th FEBRUARY

To exhibit with us email Giulia.
info@thebricklanegallery.com

 

Gallery Hire

The Brick Lane Gallery has a brand new gallery space located at 216 Brick Lane which is available to hire for Solo and Group exhibitions. For more details and availability contact Giulia on 
info@thebricklanegallery.com

 
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