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DegreeArt presents Convergence an exhibition featuring works by Lucy Devenish and Luke M Walker

Monday, April 18th, 2016

DegreeArt presents Convergence an exhibition featuring works by  Lucy Devenish and Luke M Walker and opening at the Vyner Street space on May 5th.

Flow, meander, trace, explore. The four principles that drive artists Lucy Devenish and Luke M Walker on their urban exploits following the lost rivers of London from their sources to the River Thames.

If you would like to receive more information about this exhibition or RSVP to one of the events please contact: / 020 8980 0395 / 12a Vyner Street London E2 9DG

Artists Of The Future at DegreeArt Gallery, Vyner Street from March 3rd

Thursday, February 18th, 2016

With the advent of Spring 2016 comes a brand new exhibition at the DegreeArt Gallery on Vyner Street. Artists Of The Future will showcase 20 of the most dynamic and exciting emerging artists from across the globe. We hope you’ll join us with an opportunity to meet the artists on the opening night 3rd March starts at 6pm.

Exhibiting artists include: Alex Arnell, Alison Johnson, Andrew Millar, Anna Masters, Bryn Sutcliffe, Claire Luxton, Frances Hogg, Gareth Griffiths, Jayson Lilley, Lauren Mortimer, Leanne Hughes, Louise McNaught, Mark Beattie, Matthew Spencer, Michael Wallner, Peihang Huang, Kennis Chan, Sophie Derrick, Tom Bevan and Victoria Horkan.

For more information, check out the DegreeArt Gallery website by clicking here.

FLUX, Temporal Suspense with Anna Masters and Harriet Horton at (3/Dec-7/Feb)

Tuesday, December 1st, 2015 present, starting this Thursday 3rd of December FLUX, Temporal Suspense a collaborative exhibition by artists Anna Masters and Harriet Horton. Through their collective mediums of entomology, organic materials, taxidermy and neon lighting, the artists explore the precarious intersection between life and death, between possible pasts and unknown futures. Their combined works employ form, space and time to create a sense of motion, alluding to the inevitability of change through their static, unmoving subjects and the uncanny preservation of the ‘now’.

Harriet Horton is a 28 year old artist living in London. Known for her contemporary take on taxidermy, she gives a playful narrative to a medium that sometimes holds a macabre association. Applying neon lighting to her work has become her signature style.

Anna Masters is a mixed-media artist whose practice incorporates wall-based pieces, three-dimensional works and site-specific installations. Creating complex and incredibly delicate compositions of natural and found materials, Anna’s work is characterised by the way the materials appear to float mid-air, creating a sense of an inexplicable moment, frozen in time. The materials she employs – predominantly natural, found or recycled materials – expose Anna’s love of form and attraction to detail. Both the materials, and the dedicated layering of the compositions, create a sense of the tactile and the ephemeral, which becomes almost immersive the closer you look.

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Claire Luxton’s Avalon at (3/Sep-12/Nov)

Wednesday, August 12th, 2015
The upcoming exhibition at the Gallery showcases the work of multi-disciplinary, Contemporary Collective artist Claire Luxton. ‘Avalon’ seeks to explore the notions of submersion and suspension, further examining the powerful themes within the realms of the sublime. Luxton will work site-specifically to radically transform the gallery space, seeking to suspend the viewer in an immersive environment. Through the juxtaposition of space, physicality and materiality, ‘Avalon’ will aim to elevate and heighten the viewers’ experience of the work by focusing on the nuances of transformation and aesthetics. View Claire’s full portfolio here.

If you would like more information on the artist, please email Chantelle Purcell:

When: Thu, 03/09/2015 – 18:00Thu, 12/11/2015 – 18:00
Private view: Thu, 03/09/2015 – 18:0021:00
Where: The Gallery, 12a Vyner Street, London, E2 9DG

Supernatural – Louise McNaught is the Artist in Residence at Degree Art

Tuesday, July 2nd, 2013


Image: detail of a work by Louise McNaught (Courtesy of Degree Art)


DegreeArt presents Louise McNaught’s Supernatural during the artist’s residence at the gallery until 28th July. The private view will be held during July’s First Thursday on 4th July from 6 to 9pm. There will also be an Artist talk on 25th July. For more details and to RSVP contact  DegreeArt.

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