Wild West in the big smoke
ARTOPIA has announced the inaugural exhibition to launch their London gallery – This Wild West.
A celebration of new art with a link to Cornwall, it will feature a showcase of works by alumni of Falmouth School of Art.
Cornwall-based artists Faye Dobinson, Alex Goodman, James Hankey, Alice Mahoney, Marc Messenger, Ben Sanderson, Juliet Walshe are showing alongside Jacob-Louis Beaney, Matthew Benington, Isabella Bostock, Jessica Everitt and George Morgan, graduates who are now practicing across the UK.
Artopia has selected a group of emerging artists who at some point in their practice have laid down roots in Cornwall.
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They now weave together personal and historical threads that stem from ambiguous places and unexpected perspectives.
This Wild West delivers a diverse range of media from traditional oil paint to digital print, with no named theme or style.
But, the works hold a similar sensibility: they tell a story of something wild and mysterious.
“Artopia is inspired by the bounty of creative talent developed in Cornwall and we feel it is the right time to provide a platform for these artists in London.”
Eloise Wall, co-director of Artopia Cornwall has a history of producing cutting edge contemporary art and This Wild West, curated by Rosie Thomson-Glover, hopes to further develop this outstanding reputation.
For further information on Artopia contact: Eloise@artopialondon.com