ARTISTS / GALLERY VISITS

Business Design centre. Modern art guide. PART 1

Located 10 minutes from Kings Cross St. Pancras International and a short walk from Angel tube station, the Business Design Centre is one of London’s most popular conference and exhibition venues.

We visited BDC when it had modern art exhibition. The exhibition was extensive, that is why there will be two articles on it, giving the names, prices and contacts where possible. Stay tuned for part 2!

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The artworks of modern day surrealist Nancy Fouts frequently explore themes of time, religious iconography, nature and humour. The artist works typically with everyday objects, injecting them with her unique wit and manipulating them in such a way that we seem to recognise them for the first time. http://www.nancyfouts.com/ Price for this piece is £250 (framed)

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Dominic Shepherd graduated from Chelsea College of Arts in 1995. He has been showcasing his work in more than 50 exhibitions in UK an US. This work “Season of the Witch” (2014) is £12500. More of his art at http://charliesmithlondon.com/artists/dominic-shepherd/

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Pablo Griss graduated from Columbia University  School of Visual Arts (1996 ) in New York, where he lived and worked.  He currently works from his studios in Caracas and in Panama City where he has resided since 2008.  Pablo has participated in several group and solo exhibitions in the U.S.A, Europe and Latin America. This particular piece is called “Black Gold” and is made from 24 karat gold leaf and acrylic paint on canvas. Price £9000 http://www.pablogrissintervention.com/2014.html

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Susie MacMurray is a British artist whose work includes drawing, sculpture and architectural installations.  A former classical musician, she retrained as an artist, graduating with an MA in Fine Art in 2001.  She lives in Manchester and has an international exhibition profile, showing regularly in the USA and Europe as well as the UK. http://www.susie-macmurray.co.uk/

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Graham Rich believes that ‘the found is more powerful than the made’. He works directly onto objects collected on voyages along the Devon and Cornwall coast in his fishing boat – driftwood, old bits of painted boat, diver’s masks, compass covers. This work is £7250

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This is it for part one! Part 2 will be published on Saturday 21.02.15

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