April 18, 2021
As another lockdown ends and we regain our freedom to visit art exhibitions, there are a plethora of shows open that feature work made during this period of house arrest. 'Curtain Twitching' at Gazelli Art house Mayfair, London, is one such offering, featuring the work of four artists from divergent backgrounds: Adam de Boer, Khaleb Brooks, Niyaz Najafov and Max Prus.
The exhibition includes paintings, many of which were made during 2020, exploring themes that naturally tap into lockdown conditions - notions of identity, paranoia, looking out from the inside and intrigue into the lives of others. We love these fascinatingly detailed works by Max Prus who renders the fabric of everyday life with unnerving detail.
Catch it before it closes April 24th.
Main image: Complaint to the Agency, 2021, Max Prus, and above: Disturbance on Dover St, 2020, Max Prus
Gazelli Art House
Open until 24th April 2021
Monday-Friday 10:00 – 18:00
Saturday 11:00 – 19:00
Sunday By appointment
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July 26, 2021
CommonGround& Annual Summer Showcase
CommonGround& is a collective of South Asian Creatives working across a broad range of disciplines within art (including photography, textiles, the graphic arts) with the aim to exhibit their work. The first group Summer exhibition happens at The Copeland Gallery, Peckham 28th July - 1st August