Private View: Platform for Emerging Arts 17

Leyden Gallery 9/9a Leyden Street London
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This event ended on Saturday 17th of March 2018
Admission

Free

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Leyden Gallery
Leyden Street, E1 7LE

Nearest Stations

Aldgate East 0.19 miles

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Leyden Gallery are delighted to welcome you to the opening of their exhibition

Platform for Emerging Arts 17.

Platform for Emerging Arts 17 is a mixed-media exhibition showcasing the work of a diverse and exciting group of skilled national and international emerging artists. With the development of each of Leyden Gallery’s Platform shows there is a fabulous opportunity for the public to both see and to purchase art from emerging artists at a critical early stage of their careers.
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Featuring:

FELIPE CORCIONE -
Corcione’s work explores the historical and cultural concepts of the Brazilian carnival; freedom, flamboyance and lust, using them to deal with issues of gender, sexuality and the body.

ALEXIA VILLARD -
Utilizing a background of cinematography and fine art photography Alexia Villard engages with different forms of documentary, aiming to explore social history through the collection of objects and the stories they keep.

CHERISH MARSHALL -
The delicate nature of Marshall’s canvas works aim to articulate the motif of society’s view towards mental health. Through the honest and vulnerable state of the exposed naked body, the paintings demystify the perceived stigma against mental health issues.

GARY SCHOLES -
Using iconography from the visual language of his youth: comics, military training manuals and aerial photographs, Gary Scholes depicts personal themes of nostalgia, obsession and memory through highly stylised fantasy landscapes.

LAURA OBON -
Inspired by Alain de Botton and John Armstrong’s ‘Art as therapy’,
Laura Obon’s improvised collages create a therapeutic medium through simplistic image making. The playful and colourful nature of the resulting work aims to deliver the notion of art as a tool to its viewers.

Nikolaos Mantziaris -
Nikolaos Mantziaris’s work explores the feelings of self–doubt and creative stifling in relation to working inside ‘the system'.
Nightmares, dreams and life experiences are expressed through fluid, sprawling visual landscapes which aim to connect with others who feel constrained in regards to their creative practice.

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