Lucy Wilson Untitled (2010) c-type print on aluminum

Hoxton Art Gallery’s is due to launch with their augural exhibition Symbiosis. The show is presenting work by six of London’s leading emerging artists, Ellie Davies, Katie Sims, Kentaro Yamada, Noemie Goudal, Valerie Furnham and Lucy Wilson, whose work explores the symbiotic relationship between humanity and the natural environment.

The team behind Hoxton Art Gallery consists of Matthew Nickerson, Director, who previously spent 8 years as a management and systems consultant for leading architectural practices. His vision is to foster ongoing relationships with new contempories and artists, whose art has a broad scope for exhibitions and projects beyond the gallery walls. The Head of Gallery, Lydia Cowpertwait, who has worked for various prestigious art institutions such as Whitechapel Gallery and the National Gallery, is responsible for managing the gallery and overseeing the curatorial programme. Fiona Neil is the Head of Projects, having previously co-directed an Australian art consulting firm, her role at Hoxton Art is to assist clients in curating and managing art projects as well as facilitating collaborations between artists, architects and designers.

The opening show includes a range of photography, painting, sculpture and installation works each exploring the sublime through the contemporary landscape, as well as macro and micro realms. The exhibition runs until the 17th of June.

Lucy Wilson (featured) is a British artist, studying at Goldsmiths College, London. Lucy has a fascination with the Icelandic landscape, as well as the music that is being created by Icelandic artists. Her work explores these arenas, the artist herself creating sound, film and photographic works that investigate the Northern country and the creative zeitgeist that is coming out of it.

Symbiosis
20th May – 17th June 2011

Hoxton Art Gallery
64 Charlotte Road
London EC2A 3PE

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