Analia Saban , Nicholas Hatfull, Belén Rodríguez, Christof Mascher, Nick Goss, Gabriel Hartley, Marita Fraser, Ruairiadh O’Connell & Robert Pratt
30 November 2012 – 9 January 2013
Josh Lilley is pleased to announce the opening of Something New, a group show featuring Analia Saban, Belén, Christof Mascher, Gabriel Hartley, Marita Fraser, Nicholas Hatfull, Nick Goss, Robert Pratt and Ruairiadh O'Connell.
The exhibition provides gallery and associated artists with the opportunity to present new works unattached from the rigours of a specific thematic. In many cases, the works included are clearly linked by interests in materiality, process and an attraction to the visceral. Colour, form and a generosity of expression are constants throughout. However the impetus comes more from a desire to bring together certain artists into one context, rather than exploring a specific style, vision or empathy within their respective practices. Many of the artists studied together in the past or have maintained friendships since. Such a show allows new dialogues to be explored by each of them, giving the audience also a renewed insight into their works.
Analia Saban (b. 1980 in Buenos Aires, Argentina) Completed her MFA in New Genres at UCLA, Los Angeles in 2005.
Belén (b. 1981 in Spain) completed her MA at the Academy of Fine Arts, Vienna 2010.
Christof Mascher (b. 1979 in Hannover) studied at the Hochschule für bildende Künste (HBK), Braunschweig, under Professor Walter Dahn.
Gabriel Hartley (b. in 1981 in London, UK) graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 2008.
Marita Fraser (b. 1969 in Brisbane, Australia) completed her MFA at The Academy of Fine Art in Vienna in 2010.
Nicholas Hatfull (b. 1984 in Tokyo) graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 2011.
Nick Goss (b. 1981 in Bristol, UK) completed his MFA at the Royal Academy Schools in 2009.
Robert Pratt (b. 1984, London) graduated from the Royal Academy Schools in 2009.
Ruairiadh O'Connell (b. 1983 in Aberdeen) completed his MFA at Staatliche Hochschule für Bildende Künste, in Frankfurt, Germany in 2011.