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Luminaire Arts Gallery Debut Exhibition

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Tuesday, 15 November 2016 to Friday, 25 November 2016
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Thursday, 17 November 2016 - 6:30pm to 9:00pm

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The exhibition celebrates the artistic practices of two artists contemplating different approaches to image manipulation, colour and deconstruction of the gaze. The works depict two very different artist journeys but are expected to compliment each other, fascinate and provoke debate. 

Gavin Mitchell's art work investigates the framework of human interaction and customs. Predominantly inspired by postcards of ancient Japanese traditions, Gavin layers this appropriated imagery contrasting two different cultures to create a humorous comment on the divergence of human societies.

Frederick Lowis scrutinises the surface of his paintings to produce delicate formations of rich colour undetected by the naked eye; these mesmerising elements are derived from both chance and artistic skill.  

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Situated in the heart of Belgravia Luminaire Arts Gallery specialises in showcasing contemporary British-based artwork.
Launching from Luminaire Arts (a leading art consultancy), the newly opened gallery has been set up to discover emerging talent and cultivate it through a close relationship with its artists.

 

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