In Our Manor : An exhibition showcasing the wealth of young artistic talent from Finchley
The exhibition will be showcasing the wealth of young artistic talent from Finchley and the surrounding area, featuring artwork across all mediums from painting, performance art and photography.
The exhibition brought together a variety of creative individuals who are all young, currant and cutting-edge, and exhibited their work, “in the manor”.“The idea of the exhibit was to introduce local people and businesses to the artists, with the aim of getting actively involved in projects and work that has a positive impact on the community.”
As curator, I hope that the show is a starting point for the coming together of Community, Commerce, Local Creatives and Schools to organize mural and regeneration projects throughout the borough. I also hope that the exhibition attracts more people to the space at Ten Grand Arcade and encourages other artists and businesses to take advantage of the amazing opportunities available to them.”
Sean Rennison Phillips
Dan Rivron – Photographic documentation of the youth “Out There” sub-culture.
John Costi – Critically acclaimed fine artist and reformed character performing a custom piece about growing up in the local area – ‘Johnny’s Trolley’ – Central Saint Martin’s Private View Performance
Josh T Gibbons – One of the original photographers to document the rise of the underground Bass Culture in London during the mid-naughties,exhibiting a selection of his lifestyle portraiture.
Rhett Nicholl – A rising musical talent fresh off the back of a video release and feature in Channel 4′s music documentary,”Four to the Floor”. Rhett will be exhibiting a series of three mixed media paintings.Tried and True Collective – Specializing in large scale but accomplished in both traditional and contemporary hand-painted sign writing techniques, the Tried and True Collective have one motto, “Always Come Correct”.