Artist Chris Gollon Exhibits at Imperial Wharf

20 recent works make up Gods, Angels and Souls

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Imperial Wharf is hosting a new art exhibition showcasing the recent works of established British artist Chris Gollon.

The exhibition is entitled Gods, Angels & Souls and will be on until December 19 at IAP Fine Art in the riverside development's Boulevard.

Gods, Angels & Souls comprises 20 new and recent works as Gollon explores - physically, metaphysically, emotionally and spiritually – what it means to be human,

The exhibition also two paintings, called Justice (I) and Justive (II) which are featured on the BBC1 arts programme Imagine on December 1 at 10.35pm. The BBC filmed Chris Gollon painting them, as he was commissioned by a leading human rights barrister to paint an image that would remind him what Justice really is.

Born London in 1953, Gollon first came to the attention of the art world as a finalist in The Spectator Prize in 1989. He has since exhibited widely in Europe and the USA. He exhibited at ART'97 Chicago, and has had six solo museum shows in the UK.

In 1998, he exhibited with Yoko Ono, David Bowie and Gavin Turk in ROO, a crossover exhibition of contemporary music and art created by Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth, at the Chisenhale Gallery, London.

IAP Fine Art is a contemporary fine art gallery and fine art print publisher founded in East London in 1994 by arts writer, curator and collector, David Tregunna, who has previously curated Chris Gollon's solo shows at Ferens Gallery, Huddersfield Art Gallery, Chisenhale Gallery, St Paul's Cathedral and River & Rowing Museum.

For further details on the exhibition please call 0844 561 1833 or visit

 

 

December 1, 2009

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