As we work our way through Lockdown 2 in England, we are pleased to bring you ‘Electric Avenue’, an online-only digital boulevard of smaller works in the run up to Christmas. The exhibition features:

• New small works from Suzanne Moxhay featuring her signature magical interiors

• A series of new prints from Olivia Kemp that reproduce detail section from recent works as small, collectable limited editions

• Two new small sculptures from Rebecca Stevenson that re-imagine classical Wunderkammer suclptures of coral and flowers as wax memento mori

• A group of new small paintings from Andrew McIntosh that combine Samuel Palmer with Faraday, presenting visions of electricity sources as if imagined by a 19th century Romantic painter

• New drawings from Daniel Hosego depicting Atlas struggling with the weight of Instagram on his shoulders, and Adam & Eve taking selfies

• A group of new unique works from Liane Lang that focus on the legacy of public statues, interfering with their imagery to create new scenes and new stories

We are open for business albeit online only, so please contact the gallery with any enquiries.

The gallery space will physically re-open on Thursday 3 December with Guillermo Martin Bermejo’s solo exhibition, ‘The Draughtsman’s Song’.