Part III: Interiority | Interiors Exhibition | CHARLIE SMITH LONDON
21 Sunday 21st May

Part III: Interiority | Interiors Exhibition | CHARLIE SMITH LONDON

CHARLIE SMITH LONDON

336 Old Street, Shoreditch, London, EC1V 9DR

Price: Free
Time: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Starts: Fri 19th May
Ends: Sat 17th Jun

Group exhibition investigating the psychological resonance of interiors in contemporary painting. The third in a trilogy of exhibitions.

Artists: Emma Bennett, Kiera Bennett, Sara Berman, Marcin Cienski, David Haughey, Lee Maelzer, Michal Mraz, Tom Ormond, John Stark.

Curated by Zavier Ellis.

CHARLIE SMITH LONDON presents the third in a trilogy of interconnected exhibitions, representing a collection of survey shows investigating the city, landscape and interiors.

'Part III: Interiority' features nine artists from Ireland, Poland, Slovakia and the United Kingdom. The notion of interiority arose from identifying an aspect within each of the artist's wider practices, and the exhibition seeks to reveal the psychological aspect of the interior view, as if the representation of a physical interior can be used to decode the interior mind of the artist and audience.

An interior place must define itself by the presence and absence of objects and people; its architectural aspect; and its relation to the exterior. Conscious and unconscious drives are revealed by the subject portrayed, and its condition. Additionally, what is left in, and what is left out, reveal elements of identity, beliefs, desires and philosophical or political preoccupations.

The event will take place at CHARLIE SMITH LONDON, 336 Old Street, Shoreditch, London EC1V 9DR. Open from 11am-6pm Wednesday to Saturday. Please contact the gallery for further information on 020 7739 4055. Follow the gallery @CHARLIESMITHldn

Category: Arts | Visual Arts | Galleries / Art.

Artists / Speakers: Emma Bennett, Kiera Bennett, Sara Berman, Marcin Cienski, David Haughey, Lee Maelzer, Michal Mraz, Tom Ormond, John Stark.

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