Contemporary Mash Up

By Jo Phillips

D Contemporary has paired up with The Cult House to present a Collective and Solo Exhibition of emerging and talented artists selected through an Open Call competition. Hailed as a wonderful opportunity for any artist to showcase their work at a top London Location.  With two exhibitions coming up in Autumn see below for deatils

The Collective Exhibition  14th – 23rd September

Over 300 artists applied with only 12 have been selected, the art ranging from paintings, sculptures, digital art, photography and etchings. Artists showing  include Adam Hall, Ikuko Iwamoto, Ioana Vrabie, Jean – Luc Almond, Jonathan Alibone, Lee Sollitt, Mark Liam Smith, Paul Cummings, Robert Adam, Roberto Grosso, Ronan Walsh and Rosso Emerald.


There are also guest artists  Alexander James Hamilton Aleksandra Ka  Calum Hall and Spanish  Lorenzo Belenguer artist based in London. Belenguer  is highly influenced by Minimalism and Arte Povera and was one of the two performers invited by Leah Capaldi to perform ‘Hung’ at the Serpentine Gallery.


 The Solo Exhibition  Kirsten Baskett  28 – 07 October

A London based print artist combining traditional drawing and photographic techniques.

Kirsten says of his work

“I erode and deconstruct the image, striving to draw out the ‘emotional charge’ and dissolve away the original form and materiality of the object on which it was deposited. This allows me to create an etching plate, capturing the moment. I print in Prussian blue onto extremely delicate Japanese Kozo paper, similar to the cyanotype printing of the nineteenth century”. 


The Cult House is a creative group connecting people in various creative disciplines (arts, craft, design, writing, music and performance) with commercial and social events. The Cult House started its collective on Facebook, Instagram Twitter, Google+, Pinterest and LinkedIn, where presents daily tips on several art topics and use all them to help on the promotion and network to get more visibility for our artists. The website went live on April 2014 and since then The Cult House is increasing their International online artist collective. The aim of the collective is to boost visibility online as much as possible for both parts, for the company and more importantly for the artists within the online gallery, maximizing all our connections and advertising the artists’ profiles as well as important events.

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