Warbling presents Perhaps we should have stayed
Opening night: Wednesday 27th November 6-9 pm
Exhibition runs: 27th - 30th November 1-6 pm
HOXTON 253 is delighted to host Warbling's next group exhibition.
Perhaps we should have stayed is an international group exhibition curated by Robyn Graham that features works from emerging and established artists.
The exhibition includes sculpture, installation, photography, and painting.
Perhaps we should have stayed, a title referencing a collective sensed experience felt within today's political climate. The selected artist’s works allude to a sense of space and conflicts simple existence with an experience of where we now are.
Kim Bartelt, Paula Baader, Ethan Caflisch, Nancy Constandelia, Mary Herbert, Alex Jones, Sara Juel Andersen, Graham Lister, Scott Licznerski, Claudia de la Mata, Zanny Mellor, Lizzie Munn, Kaveh Ossia, Joona Pakkanen, Alexandra Searle, Benjamin Terry, Philip Williams, Tom Wilmott and Maddalena Zadra
Each artist oscillates between the act of being present and reacting to a place. Teetering on the edge of controlling an environment or being controlled by one. Exploring the atmospheric light, movement and, romanticism of it, focusing in on our own fragilities and the inner restraints that can be caused by a certain space.
Warbling is a London-based curatorial project which started in June 2017 as an Instagram account curated by artist Robyn Graham featuring a selection of artworks which fit within a quieter aesthetic.
With the help of fellow artists Vanessa Mosquera Cabanas and Onur Safak acting as co-curators and jurors, Warbling formed an ever interchangeable and expanding group which is not tied by geography or background but by those who share a common subtle style or similarly gentle qualities within their work.
By organising group pop-up exhibitions around London showcasing international artists who have found Warbling through Instagram, slowly but surely it is creating a community of exhibiting artists who maybe might just by chance be following each other already.
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