"PITCH -BLACK"

OFFICIAL LAUNCH IN NEW LOCATION

Featuring new works by Magnus Gjoen, Lauren Baker, Rebecca Mason, Steven Quinn and Louise McNaught. 

Introducing Carp Matthew,  Known for his dark, visceral and grotesque style featuring mutated lost characters, full of longing, despair and banality.

Carp Matthew has exhibited through out Britain including at Creative Debuts, London and Chameleon Gallery, Birmingham.  He has also featured in international publications in the US, Australia and throughout Europe. 

He has recently started to cement himself within the international art fair circuit and has been described as one of the most exciting, emerging figurative painters to come out of this decade.

"Carp Matthew's brutally honest works are a welcomed breath of fresh air for the art world."


1 QUEENS PARADE, WALM LANE, WILLSEDEN GREEN, NW2 5HT

| EXHIBITIONS |

SOLAR VISIONS

A new solo exhibition by Steven Quinn exploring the planet, humanity  and its future through collage and print.


MONEY TALKS

Groundbreaking works from international artists exploring themes of wealth, consumerism and idolatry through neon, photography, painting and printmaking. 

BRAVE NEW WORLD

Exhibition exploring different dystopian and utopian visions of the future through paintings, collages and photographs from exceptional emerging and established artists.     

MIX MEDIA

Exciting new mixed-media exhibition is a culmination of provocative contemporary artwork, including paintings, drawings and prints all of which display innovative creations by extraordinary artists

LOVE TO DEATH

Exhibition exploring the relationship between mortality and humanity’s strongest emotions through paintings, neon, drawing, sculptures and prints from the world’s most pioneering artists  

 

 

THERE AND NOW

Exhibition exploring the present and the past in paintings, neon, drawing, sculptures and prints from the world’s most pioneering artists

CONSUME

Leontia Gallery will launch a spellbinding collection of contemporary art inspired by the UK’s innate obsession with consumerism and popular culture.  

FLESH

 Curated under the theme of FLESH, the show is visceral, demanding, sensual and dark.  Artworks will explore our experience of being a body and our complex relationship with our own flesh.

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