Five at 5
Gallery 5 in Blenheim Crescent stages a spectacular exhibition of the work of five of London’s most exciting emerging artists from September 22nd to 29th.
(who is much in demand as a psychic to celebrity clientele), David Cottingham
and Andrzej Roszczak
will offer a mouth-watering array of vibrant abstracts, figurative and conceptual works which will truly cater for every taste.
paintings capture the living, transforming the ordinary into the unique and shedding new light on familiar surroundings. She offers us a unique insight into multiple facets of our everyday lives, reflecting the vibrant colours of the world around us. e facets of our everyday lives, reflecting the vibrant colours of the world around us. They are infused all at once with joy, love, sorrow and a sense of well-being
work attempts to capture the movement of time and space in 21st century London, while acknowledging the impossibility of such a task. In her new work, layered images of buildings, rooms and landscapes create a spiritual space - boundless through its endless and impenetrable form.
,graduated from St Martin's School of Art in London, where he studied with William Tucker, Phillip King RA and Sir Anthony Caro. He is Vice President of the Hesketh Hubbard Art Society, affiliated to the Federation of British Artists. His work ranges from landscape-influenced abstract paintings to large dance works on canvas. These pieces are inspired by contemporary and classical dancers, music, photography and sculpture.
studied painting and printmaking at Camberwell School of Art from 1979-83 and spent a further year on a part-time extended study of printmaking. Suzanne’s delicate still-lifes of fruit are exquisitely executed and she excels in endowing her subject matter with a sensuous and tactile quality which has seen her work avidly snapped up by collectors with an eye for quality and uniqueness.
- also known as EnGi - was born in Krotoszyn in 1974 and now lives and works in Warsaw. Having exhibited widely in Poland and abroad, he received an award of distinction at the Art Salon Egeria ‘96.
“I am inspired by things that are somehow dear to me,” he says. “Photographs, film shots, newspaper titles, covers of magazines, illustrations, events, situations, memories, fears... all this affects the message of my paintings.” Andrzej will display works from his new ‘Dior’ series, through his London agent, Magdalena Kruszewska.
Five at 5 is a spectacular staging of five rising stars whose work is sure to be in much demand in the coming years. It is a show not to be missed by serious colectors with an eye for investment.
Five at 5
September 22 to 29 2008
Daily 11am to 6pm
Private Views: Tue 23 & Fri 26: 6pm to 10pm
5 Blenheim Crescent
Notting Hill W11 2EE
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