Our current exhibition of magical and dream-like paintings by emerging London artist Angie Quick, explore plush interior spaces that suggest both the absence and presence of a figure. Continues to February 25.Read More
Tony Urquhart's boxes combine all aspects of his interests – landscape, architecture and fantasy. Inspired by altarpieces and European church reliquaries, they are meant to be engaged with, creating a sense of wonder and discovery that Urquhart is best known for.Read More
Artists and Artwork
Wanda Koop's work always explores the contrasts between nature and technology. In her 2011 series "No News", her compulsion was perhaps perfectly expressed. Based on images mediated through the television screen, Koop carefully observes what she sees: ecological dramas, post-industrial architecture and the constant news cycle.
Chantal Khoury engages with Lebanon’s history, personal archives, and postcolonial theory for paintings to display transformation. Her broader practice includes engagement and collaboration with other South West Asian and North...View More
Niloufar Salimi's exquisite drawings carefully record the passing of time and the change of seasons. Through delicate line and beautiful touch, we re-live the life and growth of the tree outside of her bedroom window from early spring through winter.View More
Joyce Wieland, known to work in various media, engaged herself in issues of nationalism, feminism and ecology. This small crest combines issues of the impact of pollution on the ecology of Canada and its relationship to our Canadian identity. This is an open variable edition of a sewn embroidered crest.View More
News & Events
Join us for two back-to-back exhibition tours with London artist Angie Quick. The tour begins at 2pm at Michael Gibson Gallery and continues to Museum London on Saturday, February 25.
Gathie Falk's touring retrospective "Revelations" opens at Museum London on February 4, 2023.
Thursday, February 23 from 7-9pm is the opening reception for both Gathie Falk's touring retrospective and Angie Quick's solo at Museum London.
"make me less evil", Angie Quick’s first solo exhibition at Museum London, brings together more than twenty paintings produced in 2022. In this exhibition, her canvases explode in a riot of imagery: bodies merging and splitting, scenes of heaven and earth pouring into one another, and moments of tenderness alongside images of disorder.
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