Joanna Georgiades is a London based artist working in portraiture and landscape, she uses gestural and kinetic marks to build a conversation between the brush and the drip creating form from action. Canvases from her studio are reused; she leaves evidence of the previous paintings to build relationships between the planes, with the areas of built up paint being used to define and intimate presence. These elusive forms are worked into ghostly disembodied apparitions that linger between the marks of the paint. These presences are emotively painted with nostalgic allusions and represent influences on her work from music, writing and popular culture.
Vyner Street Gallery is very pleased to have Joanna back for her second show with us.