Month: December 2017

Heatherley’s at the Bankside

Some Lots Road Group artists – including Hero Johnson and Sarah Jane Moon will have work on display in the annual The Heatherley School Of Fine Art Staff Exhibition which is taking place again next month at the Bankside Gallery.

This is Heatherley’s fifth excursion to the Bankside Gallery and always proves a diverse and interesting show and opportunity for friends and students of the school to get together.

The exhibition runs from Thursday 25th January to Sunday 28th January 11am-6pm.

Bankside Gallery
Thames Riverside
48 Hopton Street
London
SE1 9JH

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Threesome exhibition

Lots Road Group’s Sarah Jane Moon will be exhibiting in Threesome with Sadie Lee and Roxana Halls this January.

The show is a collaborative exhibition born of the three womens’ desire to interrogate the female gaze and their own subjectivity in light of their gender and sexuality.

An integral part of their process has been not discuss or see the others’ work prior to the private view on January 10th. However the central conceit of the show is for them to paint themselves, each other and also performance artist Ursula Martinez.

The show is curated by Anna McNay and will be hosted by the New Art Projects London near Broadway Market – 6D Sheep Lane, London. E8 4QS

Alongside Threesome will run ‘3 x 3’, an exhibition of nine photographic self portraits by queer female artists that will also respond to ideas around looking and subjectivity in reference to identity politics.

The exhibition runs from 11 January until 4 March and there are several events scheduled to take place during the show as a platform for discussion around the work and broader themes raised.

Please see the http://newartprojects.com/ for more.

Two portraits by Katherine Firth unveiled at Cambridge

Two portraits by Lots Road Group member Katherine Firth: of Dr Chris Dobson and his late wife Ann, were recently unveiled at Selwyn College, Cambridge.

The portraits were commissioned to mark the generosity of Dr and Mrs Dobson, whose major contribution has enabled the building of two wings of Ann Court at the College.