SAT 28 JAN // 12-2pm // At Turf Gallery // Free
Calling all artists, art students, graduates alike!
Taking place every last Saturday of the month, our lunchtime crits give artists a chance to get feedback on their work from a practicing artist in a supportive and friendly environment.
All forms of work are welcomed for discussion. Simply bring along your work, and we’ll take turns to discuss it and give feedback for each participant. Email us your images beforehand at at firstname.lastname@example.org along with any additional requirements if you’d like us to get images up full scale on our projector!
Participation isn’t mandatory – you’re welcome to simply come and view the works and take part in the discussions.
// ABOUT ANNA SALAMON
Anna Salamon’s work explores the opportune moment of painterly, material gesture in relation to concepts of immateriality, novelty and futurity. Recent paintings present a consciously limited palette, experimenting with continuity and disjunction. Whilst being strongly rooted in the material genealogy of previous brushmarks, each painting is developed ‘anew’ without specifically designated visual source material. Salamon’s practice-led research investigates possible translations between matter and the non-material, including breathing, language, thought and memory. This is undertaken through foregrounding painting as practice of timeliness, in which an attitude of alertness and receptivity is cultivated. Outputs of this work include paintings, prints, texts and installations.
Anna Salamon (born 1984, Warsaw) has exhibited her work at The Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge (2016); Lewisham Arthouse/Art Licks Weekend, London (2015); A.P.T Gallery, London and Backlit Gallery, Nottingham (both 2013); 1500m, Warsaw; Aalders Gallery, St. Tropez (both 2010); Centre Civic Convent de San Agusti, Barcelona (solo); Kunsthaus Tacheles, Berlin; Clare College, University of Cambridge (solo) (all 2009); Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, Outpost Gallery, Norwich (2008). Her research has been published in the Journal of Contemporary Painting, UAL, Vol.2/Issue 2 (2016) and presented at the 1st PARSE Biennial Research Conference, Gothenburg (2015). She was a recipient of Dunoyer De Segonzac Award (2012) and Landseer Award (2011). Salamon graduated from the Royal Academy Schools, London (2012) and Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University, Cambridge (2008), having previously studied Cultural Studies at the University of Warsaw.
// ABOUT LUKE BURTON
Luke Burton, born 1983, is an artist who lives and works in London. He holds an MA in sculpture from Royal College of Art, London (2011-2013) and a BA in Painting from Chelsea College of Art and Design (2002-2005)
Luke has recently exhibited his work at Westminster Waste, London; Turps Summer Mix, Turps Gallery; Valentin Espace d’Arts, Lausanne; Suprainfinit, Bucharest; Yarat’s Artim Space, Baku; Manoir di Martigny, Lausanne ( all 2016); Bosse & Baum, London; National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh; 3 137 Gallery, Athens; Tritongaten 5, Gothenburg (all 2015); Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; Technopolis Museum, Athens; Chisenhale Art Place, London (all 2014); Carroll/Fletcher Gallery, London Turner Contemporary, Margate; MK Gallery, Milton Keynes; Vitrine Gallery, London (all 2013).
He was the recipient of the Lewisham Arthouse Graduate Award 2014-2015 and The Open Air Sculpture Award, 2012. He was shortlisted for Tenderpixel’s Tenderflix Award, 2014 and the MK Gallery Artist Moving Image Award 2013.
Anna Salamon, L. discolour (iii), 2016, oil on canvas, 20 by 10 inches
Anna Salamon, Soon (installation view), 2016; relief ink an archival tissue, emulsion on wall, pebbles; dimensions site-responsive