About the Show.
For the first time, Imitate Modern is collaborating with the multi-modal creative platform for emerging and established artists – The Tax Collection. Together we have produced an inaugural exhibition in one space, bringing together the hottest talent in NEON art at Imitate Moderns NEW GALLERY – in Shoreditch, around the corner from SOHO HOUSE.
We invite you to join us in one of our most exciting events so far. This collection of works explore themes lying within the realm of Futurism – exploring how art is constantly evolving through digital and physical mediums, resulting in advances in technology and technique.
If you ever asked what the FUTURE will bring…. we will reveal the answers in full, featuring a very special holographic installation on the 2nd of MAY. The work, curated by The TAX Collection and creative director of Imitate Modern Caroline Argirakos, will be on display for the inaugural exhibition of the newly opened Imitate Modern Shoreditch location. Don’t forget to RSVP for an unforgettable evening.
Meet The Artists.
…is a British born artist living in London, UK. His work orbits around real-time data and how it can be applied to reveal present contemporary life but also exact thoughts, feelings and beliefs of digital data. Some of his recent works include a collaboration with Valentino, Proof Of Parallel and Depression Has No Face.
…Well known for her bold seductive paintings of voluptuous lips, takes inspiration from Haute Couture fashion and beauty trends. She captures the glamour and power conveyed by the mouth and lips, raising questions of ideals of beauty and femininity.
Meet the artists. Witness the genius.
Want More? Imitate Modern wants to gets up close and personal with our artists. We want to know it all: their personality, their stories, their secrets – their voice. We are kicking off our first ever PODCAST series, featuring an artist each week leading up to Futurama. Ready when you are.
Loading real-time emotions: Thomas Webb explores deeper themes.
…is a British contemporary multidisciplinary artist who exhibits internationally. Her work explores the fragility of life, energy-fields, the after-life and other dimensions… her recent works visually interpret the unseen energy. Her installations can be found at The V&A, Tate Britain and Tate Modern – in addition to collections worldwide
…is a London-based artist who has exhibited her work across in Europe and in America. In 2017 her works were exhibited in the Museum of Neon Art in Los Angeles, featuring in a variety of publications including GQ, The Times Style and Refinery29.
By Stephany Winnie Malcolm