bo.lee gallery will open its doors for the first time on 24th November, launching with the group exhibition Nature’s Alchemy, featuring twelve artists who use materials such as mud, blood and ash to explore patterns and symbolism found within nature. Alongside Land Art pioneer and Turner Prize winner Richard Long, and Royal Academicians Cornelia Parker MBE and David Mach, the exhibition will showcase works by several mid-career gallery and guest artists whose use of natural materials evoke cycles of life and death. Ione Rucquoi deifies her prints of blood with gold leaf halos, Beatrice Haines creates paint pigment from her great uncle’s ashes, and Susan Gunn uses pigment made from female cochineal beetle to create deep-red surfaces that crack and fissure over time.
222 Peckham Rye, London
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