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The LCA Gallery Team
LCA gallery team hasn’t been idle these past few weeks and have some exciting news to share with you:
We are sharing a gallery space with Luminaire Arts www.luminairearts.co.uk, a company who work mainly with interior designers and the trade.
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We are very thankful for you continuing support and are looking forward to seeing you all in Pimlico in the future.
LCA Gallery Team
London Contemporary Art
Tel: 020 7580 2118
Explore our latest collection of affordable, medium and small scale artwork perfect as a Christmas gift for all art lovers.
November 25 – December 23
London Contemporary Art
London Contemporary Art Prize Exhibition is proud to present artwork by 19 finalists of this year’s competition.
The London Contemporary Art Prize aims to discover artists who have yet to establish a profile on the contemporary London art scene. The Prize promotes artists working in one or more of the following media: drawing, painting, printing, sculpture, photography, digital art.
On view at LCA Gallery, 32 Store Street until 5th October.
‘White’ Paintings Exhibition
This abstract series is the latest iteration of Brian’s passion for rendering multiple layers of oil colour upon canvas or board, a process he began in earnest back in 2011.
On view at London Contemporary Art Gallery, 32 Store Street
JUNE 2019 | LONDON CONTEMPORARY ART
The collaboration between Keng Wai Lee and Marco Araldi is based on the contrast between the techniques used.
The canvases are gilded in order to give the art work an extra dimension based on light refraction. The two different styles are merged creating a unique amalgamation of hard lines and soft painterly brushstrokes.
Featured Artist | 3rd – 27th April 2019
Brian’s paintings can be seen as celebrations of colour which are both decorative and sensual. Colours glow and sing with a vibrancy and sensuality that become expressions of the joy of life.
On view at London Contemporary Art Gallery till 27th April
18th February – 3rd March 2019
Julia Whitehead | David Walker | Ellie Hesse
ABOUT THE EXHIBITION
PRIVATE VIEW | THURSDAY 21ST FEBRUARY | 6PM-8PM | ADMISSION FREE
Store Street is proud to present new collection of paintings by Val Hudson.
Val’s artwork is a combination of oil and wax on canvas which is then scribed into, revealing layers that have gone before.
Val Hudson – trained at St. Martins School of Art – is a painter drawing on a wide spectrum of ideas and influences.
She currently lives in Derbyshire.
VAL HUDSON – featured artist
Coastline is a new art exhibition celebrating the seashore and marine life around the UK and abroad.
Featuring the work of a diverse group of artists based within the UK, Store Street Gallery collection explores the beauty of our living seas through a variety of mediums.
Taking inspiration from the dramatic light and landscape from the shoreline, each artist presents a personal portrayal of the unique seascapes within Cornwall, Somerset, Dorset, East Sussex, Morocco and Sri Lanka.
– Simon Ledson
On view at Store Street Gallery from 29th October till 19th November 2018.
OPEN DAY INVITATION
1st November 2018 | 11am – 8pm
We would like to invite you for a special preview with complimentary glass of Prosecco.
A Collection of Mixed media paintings produced over 20 years
25th September – 3rd October
John’s artistic influences include the work of Kurt Schwitters, Antonio Tapies, Per Kirkeby and Gerhard Richter and like them John relishes the broad use of a variety of materials and processes. His images evolve through a dialogue between the internal idea or source of inspiration and the medium/media used to produce it.
He mainly uses the media of oil paint, acrylic, watercolour and various print making techniques (including etching and lithography).
John has exhibited widely, both in this country and abroad, participating in two Biennales in Monaco and one in Cleveland, UK. His work is in many public and private collections, including those of Bristol education authority, Kent authority and Hampshire County Council.
John lives and works in Winchester, Hampshire.
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Discover beauty of different printing techniques in Store Street gallery.
Eight established artists celebrate the current diverse industry of printmaking in digital print, photography, linocut, etching, screen-print and lenticular print.
• Fleur Alston
From car photography and linocut London views through figurative etchings to digital photomontage, ‘Editioned’ demonstrates the importance of printmaking as an equitable medium to other art techniques in today’s digital society.
On view at Store Street Gallery from 28th August – 22nd September
ABOUT THE LCA PRIZE
The London Contemporary Art Prize aims to reveal and promote artists who have yet to establish a profile on the contemporary London art scene. The Prize is aimed at artists working in one or more of the following media: drawing, printing, painting, photography, digital art, sculpture and video.
This year, the exhibition will take place between
* Works will also be available for sale during the exhibition *
Exhibition Catalogue | London Contemporary Art 2018 PDF
The Selection Process
Store Street Gallery will host a Private View and an exhibition of the 13 Finalists on Thursday July 26th 2018 when the overall winner of the Art prize (cash prize of £1000 and a year’s representation) as well as the runners up prize will be announced.
The 13 Finalists are:
The Judging Panel
Featured artist for the month July: David Hinchliffe – and his newest Hampstead Heath park series.
On view at Store Street gallery till 22nd July.
Russell Frampton is Store Street Gallery’s featured artist for the month June. Painter and musician – his nautical, maritime yet still abstract themes are resurfaced in his work mainly because of associations with his childhood, being brought up on the River Hamble.
Upcoming exhibition at Store Street Gallery
Spring is upon us and the days are getting longer. As we enjoy the extra light our artists are busy capturing it with their brushes and transferring it forever to canvas or paper.
Bill Bate, Mike Hall, Theo Platt, David Walker and Claire Wiltsher are going to show their unique way of ‘catching the light’ not only as a subject, but as a structural essence of painting.
20 Asian Artists In Their 20’s Spectacle
Zhiqing Yang and Naidi Jiang proudly present the 20 artists together sharing their very individual perspective of the self and the physical world.
“Artists in their 20’s graduating from institutions are at their growing season. Rooted in a similar culture and educated in a different environment, these young asian artists developed various paths of interests and expression. The world, either nature or urban landscape is the fertiliser, the young generation stretch their rhizome deeply and firmly into the ground and eagerly absorb for their flourishing. They are the generation of here and now.”
The 20 Asian artists from University Arts of London and Royal College of Arts together present their recent works.
Hebe Yang’s mix media work Collage Painting 2017 focuses on pure shape, form elements and techniques. Similarly, focused on the theme of ‘ruin’, the South Korean artist Won Young Chang’s painting Soft 2017 is of shape, shades and marks.
Some built the relation between their artistic selves and nature.
Angela Tonglet’s Atlantis 2017 closely binds to the very nature of the world, while Ning Jin’s Neglected Nature 2017 seeks for the signs of nature in an urban environment.
Others are very self-aware, and their work usually centres around the artist’s subjective perspective through their experience. Yunhan Chen’s Struggle of Quit Smoking 2017 is the mental self portrait of the artist’s struggle through the attempt to quit smoking.
15 – 21 February 2018
Private View: 17 February 6pm – 8pm