Sunday, 29 September 2013

Sunday 29th Sept: Rosy Nicholas at Folk

This week is going to be a "First Thursdays" week in London - the day of the month when galleries open their doors to the public for one night only to view their new shows and swig free beer.  The event extends all the way from Hackney Wick to Vyner street, into Shoreditch's Redchurch Street and Brick Lane's Dray Walk for Folk Clothing.  Their new in-store installation by Rosy Nicholas is her end of summer show for a last chance to draw palms trees and bright coloured buildings before winter properly comes.  My favourite pieces from her last solo show at Jaguar Shoes Collective were the geometric architectural 3D reliefs, so I can't wait to see the new ones!

“Imaginary faraway holidays influenced by my summer in London.
Drawings about all the things i did.
And all the things i should have done.
Incorporating Folk’s current colour palette to roll us into the Autumn”
“Expect a plethora of palms/unidentifiable architecture/a heavy influence from my exotic trip to the model village (recommended)”

Private View:
E1 6QL

Follow Rosy's updates and more work-in-progress shots like this on her Tumblr here.

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