The “Lockdown Interviews” Exhibition

I am really pleased to be in a ‘real’ exhibition once again with some fabulous artists, ‘The “Lockdown Interviews” Exhibition’.

Opens Friday 16th April to Sunday 25th April, at the Cello Factory, Waterloo. London.

All the artists in the “Lockdown Interviews” Exhibition were interviewed virtually by via Zoom during the first lockdown. The interviews have a looser and more open quality than is usual with artists explaining more fully their practices and techniques.

There was never a plan to have an exhibition at the time of the interviews which gives a relaxed quality to the choice of artists involved in this show. To date the exhibition has been online but now there is the opportunity to see the work ‘in the flesh’ at the Cello Factory.

Song of the Siren 5, oil on canvas, 39cm x 59cm, 2020

Artists: Andrew Stahl, Alexander Hinks, David Wiseman, Freya Purdue, Gordon Dalton, Graham Crowley, Harriet Tarlo, Joanna Whittle, Judy Tucker, Marco Cali, Marius von Brasch Contemporary Artist, Melissa Kime, Mona Osman, Narbi Price, Natalie Dowse, Paula MacArthur, Phil Illingworth, Robert Dunt, Ruth Philo, Sharon Beavan, Simon Ogden, Simon Streather, Susie Hamilton and Suzanne Holtom.

The Cello Factory, 33-34 Cornwall Road, Waterloo, London SE1 8TJ
Exhibition dates: Friday 16 April – Sunday 25 April 2021
Opening times: Monday – Friday 11am – 3pm and Saturday 11am – 5pm.

Social distancing measures will be in place in line with Government guidelines.

You can see my interview here.