Not long into ‘EXPOSURE’ we would like to take this opportunity after the excitement of the launch party, to give you a little more information on each of the incredibly talented artists contributing to this wonderfully diverse monochromatic show.
So have a browse through these exciting artists, and varied collection, which is just a taster of everything we have exhibiting in the gallery, and everything we have available.
It’s always good to hear from you, so leave us a comment in the box below – What is your favourite style? What would you like to see the artists do? – many of our artists undertake commission pieces, so if you love someone’s style, let us know!
Enjoy the London sun!
All at Imitate Modern
Well established at Imitate Modern, you may be familiar with Oz’s unique techniques and distinct works. Fresh from exhibiting at London’s F1 Ball, and at the Rugby Players’ Association Awards, Oz takes us for a walk on the wild side with his life-size elephant ‘Gino’
for more information on Paul Oz, please click here
Employing a variety of techniques, including painting bleach onto flags and brocade, Glew is a favourite with iconic brands from Ralph Lauren to Armani, and has previously exhibited alongside Emin and Hirst.
for more information on Pam Glew, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
An alumni of Central St Martins, Day-z provides a witty social commentary through her immaculately detailed pen and pencil drawings, and will soon be appearing in an upcoming Sky Television programme with Lizzie Cundy.
for more information on Day-z, please click here
Following on from his debut solo show last year, Waring has proved himself a favourite of buyers around the world, most recently added to Tom Hardy’s personal collection. Using mixed media on canvas, Waring demonstrates his versatility in this piece, titled ‘USA’, created with mixed media, acrylic paint, and spray paint on canvas.
for more information on Luc Waring, please click here
Harnessing her creativity in the dark room, an astonishing amount of work goes into producing these effortlessly stylish prints. Each artwork starts as a mixed media collage, which Ham creates a monotone photogram from. This unpredictable stage unlocks the image creating a vivid abstract silhouette which is then deconstructed and rebuilt digitally. It is at this point Ham adds the face, overall expression and accessories – fine details hand drawn using digital paint brushes. Once the piece is complete, it’s transferred to silk screen and the final limited edition print is pulled.
for more information on Joanna Ham, please email email@example.com
Koshoni’s experience as an actor, director, presenter and model informs his sensual and intimate work, creating a cinematic storyboard in elegant black and white photography.
for more information on Buki Koshoni, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Newly emerging onto the art scene, Garner-Currie has already set herself apart with exquisitely detailed biro drawings of musical legends, Louis Armstrong, Thelonious Monk and John Coltrane.
for more information on Maisie Garner-Currie, please email email@example.com
Having featured in Beige Magazine, Company, Vice Magazine, and Wonderland, in addition to designing the graphics for Paloma Faith’s website, Sin’s provocative illustrations have become a cult favourite.
for more information on Victoria Sin, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
In this collection, also his debut show, Sachon presents this mature and provocative series, featuring a Playmate in various stages of undress…
for more information on Daniel Sachon, please email email@example.com
A background in fashion coupled with cultural diversity and a love of travel have informed Darbon’s fun and original artwork.
for more information on Louis-Nicolas Darbon, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Another favourite of Beige Magazine, Tabbakh is well-known for her editorial work. Having exhibited with Imitate Modern alongside Fenton Bailey in ‘Human Relations’ we are excited to welcome Tabbakh back, with this shot summing up the title of our current exhibition ‘EXPOSURE’.
for more information on Mairi-Luise Tabbakh, please click here