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Opening tonight: Paul Hosking at The Russian Club

January 14, 2010 by Ellie

Paul Hosking opens a group show at The Russian Club tonight: By Chromed Hooves It Travels Now. Also involved in the show are John Andrew, Steve Green and Peter Lamb.

The show brings together four artists that question the nature of art making in their practice, whilst producing metaphysical works, drawing, painting or sculpted objects. Collectively they explore themes of creation and why art works amount to more than their material properties.

All four artists are involved in a constant process of de-constructing and re-constructing imagery and as the shows title suggests, something has changed, been transformed and some form of alchemy has occurred that has given gilded wings to the language of art to make it travel further.

15.1.10 - 31.1.10

PRIVATE VIEW 14-1-10 / 6.30-9PM


John Andrew, 'Things are not', 2009John Andrew, 'Things are not', 2009

Paul Hosking, Rorschach Portraits, 2009Paul Hosking, Rorschach Portraits, 2009

Peter Lamb, Totet Totet Totet, 2009Peter Lamb, Totet Totet Totet, 2009

Steve Green, Untitled, 2009Steve Green, Untitled, 2009