When artistic talents collide they give birth to something utterly mesmerising which holds no permanent place in any artistic era. Adjacent artworks create an uncomfortable conflict that is both beautiful and torturous to gaze upon—yet our egos do not allow us to look away. The divergent space between the work has untouched value; it is a movement in itself; a quasi-divine asymmetrical intersection forged by one artist’s style crashing into another’s; a relationship seldom explored by curators but, rather, avoided.
ARTISTS: Aimée Terburg, Alison Lumb, Amand Benson, Asher Herr, Cedric Christie, Charlie Bonallack, Daniel Devlin, Domingo Arjonilla, Etienne de Villiers, Eugenia Cuellar, Herzog Dellafiore, Janko Matic, John Hughes, Joseph Cartwright, Karl Bielik, Karl England, Keran James, Lisa Muten, Liz Bailey, Lizy Bending, Lorenzo Belenguer, Ludmilla Andrews, Luke Gottelier, Madi Acharya-Baskerville, Martin Gayford, Nicholas James Lockyer, Nick White, Petra Varl, Rebecca Meanley, Sam Hodge, Scott Robertson, Stephen Buckeridge, Steve Rosenthal, Sue Heap, Tom Owen, Tommy Seaward, Will Cruickshank, Xiao-Yang Li.
There are two sides to studio1.4’s exhibition Who is best: Jonny Hannah, Daniel Devlin or Herzog Dellafiore? – the highbrow, priceless art presented on white walls, and the unkempt, bargain-brow items displayed as affordable art tokens. This is an art bazaar of contemporary practices with a twist.
at studio1.1, London
set up from 10 am, show opens 2pm, PV 6pm