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Viewing Salon

Guts Gallery has made its name championing underrepresented and emerging artists from London and beyond. In keeping with its founding mission, this exhibition brings together eight rising stars exploring new frontiers in contemporary painting.

Works by London-based Emanuel de Carvalho and Jack Jubb will be shown alongside those by Kiki Wang and Preston Pavlis. You’ll also encounter works by the Japanese artist Motoko Ishibashi, whose practice boldly addresses notions of power, gender, the body and selfhood.

Unlike the traditional salon hang, the exhibited works are pushed to the outer edges of the gallery space, prompting the viewer to consider each work as a unique entity. If you’re looking to discover hot new talent, add Salon to your weekend to-do list immediately.

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13 January 2022 — 12 February 2022
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