Spring has Sprung at Imitate Modern!

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With the end of March, and London basking in the sunshine, we really feel like Spring has begun, but as we ‘march’ through April, let’s have a look back at the events and artworks we’ve enjoyed these past few weeks.

Seeing the last days of ‘The Devil’s Cabinet’ followed by launch parties, drinks receptions, canapés and new artwork, March has been a busy month, so please scroll down for pictures and details on what Parlee ERZ, and Paul Oz  have been getting up to, as well as a snippet from WILD AT HEART.

We are always interested to hear your thoughts and feedback on our artwork, so if you can’t pop into the gallery, please don’t hesitate to get in touch via email, twitter, instagram or facebook.

Kind regards from

All at Imitate Modern

 

Paul Oz, Mar Mate

Paul Oz revealed this explosive piece, cleverly titled ‘Mar Mate’. Love or hate the stuff, you can’t deny that the iconic British marmite jar looks incredible jumping out of the canvas. With Paul Oz revealing new artworks nearly daily on his instagram, we are excited have two pieces at Imitate Modern – the Lego Man and Queen of Hearts! Get in touch for more info on these artworks and Paul Oz – info@imitatemodern.com

 

Parlee ERZ at La Bottega del Caffe

Parlee ERZ at La Bottega del Caffe

 

Parlee ERZ at La Bottega del Caffe

Parlee ERZ debuted artwork at La Bottega del Caffe on Regent Street, celebrated by friends of Imitate Modern gathering at the Caffe. Parlee’s instantly recognisable and charming characters entertained our crowds who also enjoyed delicious Italian canapés and prosecco. With an upcoming solo show this year, this is just a taster of what Parlee ERZ has in store.

Pop into La Bottega del Caffe on Regent St to have a look!

 

Peek of Wild at Heart

Wild at Heart Newsletter

WILD AT HEART launched to a packed gallery or friends, VIPs and art lovers! With drinks provided by Beat and our resident DJ Gregorio playing classic Hollywood tunes, we had so much fun, and hope you were able to come.

Email RSVP@imitatemodern.com for future event details!

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New artwork at Imitate Modern! ‘Capture the Emotion’ by Lukas Avalon

90 cm x 100 cm  Spray-painted stencil on acrylic and spray-painted cardboard

90 cm x 100 cm
Spray-painted stencil on acrylic and spray-painted cardboard

Hello!

Lukas Avalon’s new work speaks for itself, the pastel colours, lace effect and bold stripes make a delicate and eye-catching background for the striking black figure, posed with her camera ready. Ahead of summer, this has made everyone at the gallery dream of holidays and hours spent enjoying photography. We love everything unique about this figure, the hat and shades creating a character we could definitely see at home in London.

Lukas Avalon’s artwork has gone from strength to strength, and with an upcoming solo show in LA, we are excited to see what else he has in store for us!

As always, please get in contact for more details of Lukas Avalon and his artwork for sale via email (info@imitatemodern.com) twitter (@imitatemodern) or instagram (Imitate Modern)

Have a lovely weekend,

All at Imitate Modern

 

 

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Enter ‘The Devil’s Cabinet’

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We hope you’ve been able to come to the gallery to preview our latest exhibition ‘The Devil’s Cabinet’ by British contemporary painter, George Morton-Clark. If you haven’t, fear not, it’s open 22nd February-22nd March, so you’ve got plenty of time to catch it before it’s gone!
Together with Beautiful Crime, our partners in this exhibition, we’ve had a some fabulous launch events,  including a Press Breakfast Q&A, with delicious cakes supplied by La Patisserie des Reves, and another of our infamous Launch Parties, waking up Marylebone!
With cocktails provided by Beat London, and guests flooding through the doors, it was the perfect introduction to George Morton-Clark’s artwork.
‘The Devil’s Cabinet’ as featured in ‘Wall Street International Magazine‘ certainly got people talking at our events this week, this is what we overheard:
‘Looks so powerful when you see it on the wall’
‘Caravaggio-inspired’
‘Haunting’
‘I like intentionally unfinished art, where you have to make sense of the end and meaning yourself. It is like a French movie’
‘Makes me feel that there is a disarray that is beautiful’
‘I totally agree with George Morton-Clark’s idea that the world is becoming self-indulgent and narcissistic. I never thought about it, but it makes a lot of sense having looked at the artwork’
We would love you to get involved in the discussion – email info@imitatemodern.com , tweet us @imitatemodern or find us on instagram: Imitate Modern

Kind regards,

All at Imitate Modern

 

Caviar and Cocaine

Caviar and Cocaine

Laughable Violence

Laughable Violence

 

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