People keep asking me when I’m going to show some of my paintings in my adopted hometown of Worthing. The time has come…
‘In memoriam to the concrete and steel fortress of the once-proud Bed King’
neon paintings by Dominic Bradnum
Control Gallery, 7 North St, Worthing BN11 1ER
OPENING NIGHT – FRIDAY 08 JUNE – 6PM-9PM – ALL WELCOME
selected works on show throughout June 2018
As Teville Gate is reduced to rubble, I exhibit my latest paintings capturing the final days of this municipal concrete behemoth just before the heavy machinery moved in.
The paintings depict the brutalist environs as night draws in – derelict, devoid of life – a scene you probably shouldn’t enter. And yet something catches your eye: the incandescent glow of neon poetry – messages that hint at romance and obsession. Messages that may or may not have ever been there.
Control Gallery is perfectly located for showing these works: affording a view from its window of the mechanical dinosaurs as they bite and tear away at the concrete and steel fortress of the once-proud Bed King.
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These are my latest paintings, currently on show in my solo exhibition until 29 April at Green Rooms London
13-27 Station Road, Wood Green, London N22 6UW
opening times: 8am til late, 7 days a week
Wherever You Go, I Will Follow (2018),
oil, watercolour, charcoal and ink on canvas, 70cm x 100cm
This Could Be The Start Of Something Special (2018),
oil on canvas, 70cm x 100cm
Message Of Undying Love (2018),
oil, watercolour, charcoal and ink on canvas, 110cm x 150cm
Time is ticking. Last few days to see these paintings in No Place at ROSL Arts London
Bearspace presents NO PLACE (group show),
ROSL Arts, Over-Seas House,
Park Place, St James’s St,
London SW1A 1LR
Open daily 10-6 / FINAL DAY > Wednesday 10 January
I’m excited to be showing some new work at WAC Rewind which opens in Wells, Somerset this weekend.
Back in 2013 I won First Prize at the Wells Art Contemporary – this was a significant development in my creative practice – at a time when I had no studio space, hadn’t painted for 9 months, and was considering giving up painting altogether – which led to me taking on a full-time studio space and a subsequent sell-out debut solo show in London.
So it’s a pleasure to be invited back to take part in what they have billed as a “Greatest Hits” show alongside other prize-winners from the past 5 years.
WAC Rewind – 8-21 October 2017
The Bishop’s Palace, Wells, Somerset BA5 2RA
Open daily 10am – 6pm
website > www.wellsartcontemporary.co.uk >
I’m really excited to be part of this new exhibition of emerging artists presented by Bearspace at ROSL Arts in Central London. The show explores the theme of home through displacement and the making of identity through habitat, while investigating whether home is a notion or a location. Read more >>
Last chance to catch my “neon pimped seascapes” at the ‘Messenger’ group show at Bearspace, SE London.
The exhibition will be open today Thursday 25 May, 10am-3pm / Friday 26 May, 10am-3pm / FINAL DAY Saturday 27 May, 10am-6pm
MESSENGER (group show with Dominic Bradnum, Ed Harper & Melissa Burn)
BEARSPACE, 152 Deptford High St, London, SE8 3PQ.
more info > www.bearspace.co.uk/messengerexhibition
I’ve just updated my portfolio > with all the latest paintings on show.
Subversion Gallery will be showing my original painting The Devil + Idle Hands 1 plus a selection of my print editions alongside work by other contemporary pop and street artists at Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair this weekend.
Glasgow Contemporary Art Fair
28th – 30th April 2017
Old Fruitmarket, Candleriggs, Glasgow G1 1NQ
More info > www.gcaf.co.uk
You will find Subversion Gallery on Stand Number 8.
It’s been a tough month finishing these 3 new seascape paintings, but I’m pleased to have them finished and on show at the MESSENGER group show at BEARSPACE, London> www.bearspace.co.uk/messengerexhibition
I’m really excited to be showing some new paintings at this group show at Bearspace in Deptford, South London.
More info about the exhibition > www.bearspace.co.uk/messengerexhibition