'Taking a Breath' - Exhibition

9 Feb 2015 – 7 Mar 2015

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Mon – Fri: 7am - 10pm
Sat – Sun: 8am - 5pm

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  • Bus: 242, 55, 48, 26
  • Hoxton, Shoreditch High Street
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The Artists Who... Collective are back with their latest offering; 'Taking a Breath'. This exhibition brings together a selection of works created over the last two years and serves as a prelude to their show 'Triptych', to be held later in 2015.


Artists Who… is a collective of five diverse London-based artists who formed in January 2013 to exhibit their work together through alternative artistic channels. The resulting unique fusion of contrasting influences, styles and media creates a compelling showcase of contemporary art. The collective has launched a rolling tour of distinctive artwork at exhibitions across the capital.

Helena Carrizosa: Helena is a Colombian born conceptual fashion designer and artist. With eloquence and enquiry, Helena explores the deeper facets of individuality through her uniquely tailored garments, paintings and drawings.

Michael Young: Media veteran explores 21st Century digital possibilities of circumstance and moments captured on film and video, around the role of photography in the search for identity.

Tony Scrivener: The beauty of London, its inhabitants past and present, fuel the basis of Tony's work. Through his paintings he brings to life the faded, over-looked and unknown aspects of London, with a need to resurrect.

Vivienne Hollis: With a dazzling abundance of microscopic patterned detail, Vivienne's paintings reveal a multitude of concentric circles. Each circle contains a nucleus; a clue about the story.

Zoë Landau Konson: Growing up in a complex creative refugee family, Zoë's work is generated by a fascination with cultural memory and hereditary narrative. Zoë creates sculpture made from crochet, hair and stitched textiles.


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