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Art Below Chelsea
Posted on: Tue, 7 May 2019

OLD BROMPTON GALLERY 

238 Old Brompton Rd, London SW5 0DE, UK


Art Below is Turning Ad Space into Art Space at Pimlico Station from 6th May for 2 weeks. 
This is accompanied with a group exhibiton of the artists work at Old Brompton Gallery and is open to the public until 11th May. 
Open daily 11am - 6pm

FEATURING ARTISTS:
Ian Bruce, Bo Cosfranz, Patricia Joy Chamberlain, Samantha Louise Emery, Timothy Gatenby, Jules Grandsire, Emma Johansen, Katya Kan, Anna Kenneally, Ru Knox, MC Llamas, Peter Mammes, Mark Metcalfe, Annabel Moeller, Sophie Milner, Si Woo Jung, Gia Strauss, Falk Von Schönfels, Iris Sun Art, Nick Todhunter
Art Below at The Other Art Fair, May 2019
Posted on: Wed, 24 Apr 2019
Art Below are proud to be showing the work of four artists at The Other Art Fair, New York taking place at Brooklyn Expo Centre, May 2- 5. These are James Mylne: the UK's leading ballpoint pen artist who will be showing photorealistic original portraits.  Jo Holland works on the border between photography and painting and will be showing photographic and lifochrome prints.  Denise Dell'Olio is a New York based fine art photographer and will be showing a selection of framed limited edition prints.  Falke Von Schönfels is an illustrator from Munic, Germany.   http://nyc.theotherartfair.com/

Image credit: James Mylne
Art Below at The Other Art Fair
Posted on: Sat, 16 Feb 2019
Art Below are proud to support 5 female artists at the Other Art Fair, 14 - 17 March  at the Old Truman Brewery: Sophie Milner, Annabel Moeller, Michelle Watson, Aleksandra Koson and Caroline Boff.  
Their work is also on display across billboard space at Bethnal Green in the run up and during the fair. 

Sophie Milner is known for her record cover artwork for musicians including Laura Marling, Mumford and Sons, Rachel Sermanni, Emily and the Woods and Pete Roe. An appreciation of folk music led her to the heart of the British folk revival that has emerged in recent years.

Annabel Moeller has more than 20 years experience engaging in a range of photographic genres both at home and abroad ? photojournalism, the performing arts, corporate portraiture and various lifestyle fields.
Corporate clients include: Moet Hennessy, the House of Lords, BP, English National Ballet and the Ministry of Defence.

Michelle Watson originally studied theatre design before graduating with a Fine Art degree with honours in 2009.The diversity of scale and the use of different mediums over the years gave her a broad concept of materials.  
Having gone through five pregnancies and experiencing not only mood swings but permanent skin scarring, she wanted to relate to real women with real bodies.

Aleksandra Koson's paintings explore how we perceive and represent memory and space in relation to landscape. Believing that her practice is about nostalgia in making new work, Aleksandra creates visual representations constructed on personal feelings and memories. Aleksandra is a Central St Martins MA Fine Art graduate.

Caroline Boff's controlled explosion of enamoring vitality combined with an innately stimulating ethereal relationship with expressive colours, Caroline Boff's pictorial conceptions herald a powerfully direct connection to the artist?s profound emotions and intimate experiences that are subtly shared with the viewer catalysed by the joyful energy encompassed in her art.

Photo credit: Annabel Moeller

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