The display will feature works of art which combine charcoal, and burnt wood artwork on canvas. The art exhibition will take place from 14th to 25th March in London.
Juanjo Andrés Cuervo
The author of this work is Nick Malone, who has already held several exhibitions in London.
On this occasion, he uses liquid acrylic on canvas to represent the union between ambiguity and possibility, dissolving planes and opening trapdoors into imaginary worlds.
All this will be on display in the main gallery. There will also be a smaller room that recreates a moment of his graphic novel, “The disappearance of makepeace: A tale of two lives, through sketches and a soundscape.
This story is about the strange disappearance and search for a mysterious hero, which is a mission that lasts a lifetime.
With the aim of illustrating this idea, the graphic novel’s textual content shows a broader context of narrative, dreams, and adventures, by incorporating images of works in the main gallery.
It does all this through a story crafted with a combination of different moods, that range from disappointment to ambition.
Malone, originally a writer and having worked in England, the United States and Greece, left the academic field in 1997 to focus on his career as an artist.
Since then, he has accomplished several achievements, such as completing an MA in Fine Art at Central Saint Martins and receiving the National Poetry Competition Award.
He has also received the Arts Council England Award, which is aimed at helping him in his professional development and is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts.
In addition, his work has been represented in different international collections, including those held at British Council Greece, the University of Wisconsin, BUPA, WestLB, Granville Holdings, GlaxoSmithKline and One Aldwych.
The event is organised by Art Bermondsey Project Space, a group which runs exhibitions, events, and other educational projects.
All this focuses on artistic pieces, which combine visual and interactive aspects, and learning programs, which aim to promote freedom in the creation of works of art.
Dates: 14th to 25th March. Location: 183 -185 Bermondsey Street, SE1 3UW. Contact information: 0203 441 5152. Click on the following link for more information: http://project-space.london/event/nick-malone-a-tale-of-two-lives
(Translated by Shanae Ennis-Melhado – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org)