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Pop Living

Schwartz Gallery London

Curated by Ismail Erbil


Exhibition dates: 11/02/15 – 28/02/15



Private view:

Wednesday, 11th February 2015

18:00 – 20:30



Gallery opening times:

Thursday-Sunday 1 – 6 pm 

or by appointment

Conceptual Pop. Conceptual Living. Pop Living invites artists to submit work that builds on ideas of ‘pop’ thinking in art and culture; the re/production of culture and living mediated through technology and advertising is captured in a constant techno-documentation of society and the self. The hyper-real and contemporary constructions of living come together in a celebrity-fuelled world of sleek design and fictional future-spaces. Pop Living invites artists working with wall based work to respond to concepts of contemporary living, hyper-reality and transmitted spaces.




John McGrath (UK), Alison Goodyear (UK), Alun Rhys Jones (UK), Anna Kolosova (UK), Boaz Sides Aka Untay (ISR), Caroline Derveaux-Berté (UK), César Piette (FRA), Chantal Gillingham (UK), Cheryl Papasian (UK), Daniel Bourke (UK), Ed Simpson (UK), Emily Motto (UK), Evguenia Jokhova (UK), Ewa Obrochta (POL), Fausto Sanmartino (UK), Fernando León-Guiu (MEX), Hannah Weatherhead (UK), Hyojin Kim (UK), Ingrid Ung (GER), Ismail Erbil (UK), Jack Sutherland (UK), Jaeyeon Yoo (UK), James Gilna (IRE), James Petrucci (UK), Jayoung Lee (SKOR), Jennii Booth (UK), Jorge Mansilla (AUS), Julia Keenan (UK), Katherine Lubar (UK), Keh Hui Ng (UK), Kimvi Nguyen (UK), Kirsty McKenzie (UK), Kristina Butigan (UK), Laura Fowle (UK), Laura Green (UK), Liz Barile-Page (UK), Marc Heaton (UK), Mark Lungley (UK), Mark Siebert (UK), Marta Corada (UK), Matt Gee (UK), Matthew Sutton (UK), Mike Fell (UK), Nicolas Vionnet (SWI), Nicole Weisz (UK), Noel Hensey (IRE), Paco de Quesada (UK), Patrick Michalopoulos (UK), Paul Smith (UK), Raquel Garin (UK), Rashell George (USA), Robert Hitzeman (UK), Robert Walker (UK), Rupert Hartley (UK), Russell Miller (UK), Sarah Kenikie Palmer (UK), Soledad Bustos (UK), Steve Pettengell (UK), Steven Harris (UK), Tony Rickaby (UK), Tyler Mallison (UK), Wilfrid Wood (UK).

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