The Loughran Gallery will open its doors on April 4th until April 7th exhibiting contemporary and urban artwork from around the world. The concept of the pop up as with all Loughran Gallery installations, is to offer the public the chance to view and purchase art in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.
Attracting a cross section of artwork including the works Proctolin and Exaudi, Domine by Turner Prize winner Damien Hirst, I Am The One I’ve Been Waiting For and Five Ring Circus – It’s All Fun And Games from Harland Miller, Monks and Elephant I from Lara Carew-Jones’s recent series inspired by a trip to Thailand and The Eye of History and Separation of Body and Soul created by Marc Quinn the pop up has an exciting, no nonsense approach to art.
Additionally, the exhibiton will be bringing back celebrated contemporary artist Dave White’s Americana series. Like much of White’s work, Americana was inspired by early childhood memories and perceptions, but people can now expect to see the emergence of a new chapter in White’s artistic journey showcased at the Loughran Gallery pop up. Amongst White’s new collection there will be an exclusive limited edition high quality silk screen print available.
Founder and creator of the Loughran Gallery Juliette Loughran said “It is great to make art available to everyone, we want to create a space where people can come to enjoy and appreciate the work in an intriguing, fun and exciting environment. We have such a diverse mix of artists showing at the space we hope there is something to cater for all tastes”.
The Loughran Gallery will also be participating in First Thursday where galleries in East London stay open until 9pm on the first Thursday of each month (4th April 2013). First Thursday gives people more chance to view the amazing work on offer at the pop up.
For further information visit www.loughrangallery.co.uk.