Exhibition

PAPYROPHILIA

6 May 2010 – 29 May 2010

Event times

@ Charlie Smith Gallery, 336 Old St, London EC1V 9DR : Wednesday-Saturday 11am-6pm or by appointment

Cost of entry

Free

Westbrook Gallery

London, United Kingdom

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  • Tube: Tottenham Court Road or Goodge Street

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PAPYROPHILIA - works on paper

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WESTBROOK Gallery in associaiton with CHARLIE SMITH, London, are pleased to co-curate PAPYROPHILIA - a celebration of an artist's treatment of one of the most exciting and enduring mediums, work on paper. Often considered as secondary or preparatory, this exhibition aims to highlight how working on paper can be a vital and immediate process that is free from constraints often endured by working in other mediums. Combining artists who specialise or work predominantly with paper such as Reece Jones or James Unsworth to multi-disciplinary artists like Luke Jackson or Miranda Whall to those who are known for only working in other mediums such as Mark McGowan, Dominic Shepherd or John Stark, PAPYROPHILIA will illuminate these various approaches and invite the audience to gain an insightful view of the artists' working practice. In its totality PAPYROPHILIA will provide an overview of pencil, charcoal, ink, watercolour, gouache, etching and collage on paper by an essential selection of rising and established artists. INCLUDING: Martin Lea Brown George Condo Leon Golub Keith Haring & Andy Warhol Luke Jackson James Jessop Jasper Joffe Reece Jones Claire de Jong Cathy Lomax Robin Mason Mark McGowan Hugh Mendes Kieran Moore Alex Gene Morrison Paul Noble Gavin Nolan Chris Ofili Tim Parr Claire Pestaille Michael Scoggins Liam Scully Dominic Shepherd John Stark Caro Suerkemper Gavin Tremlett James Unsworth Stella Vine Stephen Walter Miranda Whall

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