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We will be running shows, inside, outside, upside down and we will document the journey, it’s what we do.
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- AN INSTALLATION?
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- A SOMETHING OUT & ABOUT ART EVENT?
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DROP US A LINE! COME! TIME TO TELL THE WORLD. LET US DOCUMENT STUDIO 73 STYLEE
In 2019, we launched a new project called Artist Takeover. Imagine a space where an artist uses the walls, the windows and everything as their canvas. From March to November, we invited numerous artists to show off their work how they wanted in our gallery space. Each artist had a week to show their work in a fast-moving show format. This is Artist Takeover.
Barrie J Davies
18 – 24th March
Contemporary artist, Barrie J Davies, started Artist Takeover with his colourful, fun work.
25th – 31st March
Abstract artist, Laura Obon, shows her geometric compositions that week with bold and inviting colours.
1st – 7th April
John Ball exhibits his contemporary, dystopian landscape work around the gallery.
8 – 14th April
Bold, creative photographic pieces by Kenny Mutombo filled Studio 73 this week.
6th – 13th May
Celia Martin brings creative collages to the forefront of the gallery with colours and images.
13 – 20th May
Printmaker and Illustrator, Oli Fowler, brightens the gallery with colour-popping prints.
20th – 26th May
Bayne showed off his intricate illustrations this week.
27th May – 9th June
Lisa Pettibone brings her visual work to the gallery with installations and prints.
17th – 23rd June
Abstract artist, Fleur Simon, exhibits her paintings inspired by nature and emotions.
24th – 30th June
Capturing the transition where two worlds overlap, Andrew Gibson shows off his paintings with light.
8th – 14th July
Tilly Aviram exhibits her vintage and retro collages with old fashioned imagery and prints this week.
15th – 21st July
Andy Lester shows off his bright and colourful paintings and illustrations at Studio 73 this week.
29th July – 4th August
Photographer, Ted Dave, lightens up the gallery with his artistic shots of Brixton and other fascinating locations.
Gina de Cagna
5th – 11th August
Gina de Cagna is a cultural producer who exhibited her multimedia collages and installations in the gallery this week.
12th – 18th August
Contemporary artist, Donna Leighton, brings her superb artwork that revolves around the act of remembering through sometimes using mathematical processes for her work.
19th – 25th August
Priscilla Watkin’s oil painting created some tranquillity and calm with her water-inspired artwork and reflections of light.
2nd – 9th September
Amy Gardner brings her mixed media prints full of bold colour, uplifting images and celebration of womanhood this week.
16th – 22nd September
Abstract artist, Jack Blackburn, brings his cubism inspiration and punk rock background with his acrylic paintings and unique prints to the gallery.
2nd – 5th October
Heath Kane exhibits his contemporary artwork full of life with a blend of design and art from his commercial art background.
7th – 20th October
Bold, colourful artwork are just some of the things Amanda Houchen brought to Studio 73 during this time with abstract art and intricate details.
28th October – 3rd November
Illustrator and printmaker, Ben Rider, exhibits his edgy, vibrant artwork this week with a punk rock feel.
11th – 17th November
Marie Lenclos brings her oil paintings that radiate with gradients of colour, architecture and different observational features.
Kimbal Quest Bumstead
14th January – 3rd February
Interdisciplinary artist, Kimbal Quest Bumstead, lightens up the gallery with his colourful paintings and material based artwork.
9th March – 15th March
Matt Dosa ends Artist Takeover with his playful and bold canvas pieces that truly brightened the gallery space and ended the event with colour and intrigue.