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Press Releases - The Residence

PRIVATE PROP.
4 AUG - 1 SEPT

The Residence rises to sacred ground as it re-launches at The Verger's Cottage in Hackney Wick, Olympic BangBang E9. Departing from its previous shop location, the gallery reassigns Director Ingrid Z's living space as exhibition platform. The inaugural show stems forth from ideas of private prop(erty) with links to reasonable facsimiles, identity theft, intellectual property,& paparazzi…, featuring new work from our favourite artists and latest fancies.

Featuring Ralph Dorey, Declan Rooney (IRE),
Lisa Freeman, Simon Reuben White, Cherie-Marie Veiderveld, Lyndsay Officer, Jubal Brown + Tasman Richardson (Fame Fame, CAN), Shiraz Ksaiba, Eleana Louka, Ross Taylor, Konstantina Kapanidou, Christina Gunter, Kristen Healey, Stephen Harwood, Aaron Head, Matthew Atkinson, Hannah Brown, Cecile Borra, Lucy Swift, Nicole Mollett, Zuzana Piponi, & Scott Sturgill.


ROSALIND DAVIS
WE WERE HERE ONCE
8 SEPT - 7 OCT

Inspired by a rich variety of locations from London to Cameroon, Rosalind Davis presents an ominous, threatening and romantic world.

Davis juxtaposes manmade structures with organic forms, combining painted post-industrial scenes with the use of embroidery and appliqué. The only evidence of human existence is rendered through her use of embroidery. Notions of textiles are subverted to find new freedoms and expressions in painting. Its use contrasts and highlights the delicate, ephemeral beauty of the subject matter.

Davis is an MA graduate of The Royal Collage of Art. Her paintings are featured in public and private collections. She has exhibited extensively nationally and internationally, and recently joint exhibitions in London and Whitstable. Davis has just become a member of the Bermondsey Artists Group associated with Café Gallery Projects.





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