Located in a temporary space at 107 Gloucester Place (close to Baker Street tube) is an interesting exhibition put together by four contemporary artists from the Push107 collective.
Billed as, “a diverse collection of sculptural work ,” the exhibition is free but ends this Saturday (scroll down for full details).
Here’s some photos from the show:
The work is eclectic and a a bit hit or miss at times, but there’s plenty to like, including these dimension-shifting pieces by Roz Evans Flagg.
Judith Jeffrey’s knitted coated copper wire head cast intriguing shadows across the wall.
More examples of Roz Evans Flagg’s perspective-challenging micro-diaramas.
The show was quite busy when I visited.
Andrew Revell with one of his ‘precision crafted visual machine tools.’
Emerald Mosley’s abstract photographs show off the construction of some of her pieces.
Top moustache, sir!
Judith Jeffrey’s wiry hoodie lurked menacingly in a dimly-lit hallway.
I really liked Mosley’s finely-crafted waxy sculpture.
The last showing for Push107‘s current exhibition is this Saturday, 23rd March 12 noon – 4pm.
Address: 107 Gloucester Place, Baker Street, London W1U 6BY
More info: Push107