Francesca Blomfield, Mauro Bonacina, Guy Patton
10 October - 24 October 2015
Exhibition opening: Friday 09 October 2015, 6 – 9pm
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Francesca Blomfield (b. 1990, London) lives and works in London, and graduated from Chelsea College of Arts in 2012. Recent exhibitions include The Integrity Painting Prize, The Glue Factory, Glasgow (2015); Spelling Space, Pipe Factory, Glasgow (2014); Dead Famous, HAHA Gallery, Southampton (2014); MFI presents The Future Lasts a Long Time, PAMI, London (2013) and How to Build A Table, STRYX, Birmingham (2013). The artist was awarded the Jerwood Painting Fellowship in 2015 and the MFI Award, Flat Time House in 2012. Publications by Blomfield include The Short History of the Table, 2013 and Raising Awareness, 2012. The artist also featured in the publication Her Eyes and My Voice, Decorative Grammar Issue 3, 2014.
Mauro Bonacina (b. 1977, Milan) lives and works in London, and graduated from Goldsmiths, MA Fine Art in 2003. Bonacina was awarded First Prize winner of the BOC Young Emerging Artists award in 2004. Recent solo exhibitions include Yoghurt Weaver, Edel Assanti, London (2013); London.England.12.05.2011.18:00, Maria Stenfors, London (2011); New York.USA.10/17.2010.18:00, Charles Bank Gallery, New York (2010) and Milano.Italia.19.09.2010.19:00, Lucie Fontaine, Milan (2010). Recent group exhibitions include The Suburbans, The Suburban, Chicago (2012); Material Matters, The Drawing Room/UBM, London (2012); Estate, Marianne Boesky Gallery, New York (2012); INDEX, Hamburg (2011); Sync Sync, 401contemporary/LONDONprojects, London (2011) and Knowhow, Campbell Works, London (2011).
Guy Patton (b. 1980, Peterborough) lives and works in London, and graduated from the Royal College of Art, MA Painting in 2005. Patton was awarded the Stanley Smith Scholarship whilst at the Royal College of Art. Recent exhibitions include Guy Patton, Vitrine Gallery, London (Solo, 2014); The London Open, Whitechapel Gallery, London (2015); miart, Milan, (2015); Joyride, Kinman Gallery, London, (2015); Camel Blues, Kinman Gallery, London (2014); How Could Everybody Be So Wrong, ANDOR, London (2011) and Invasion of Piquancy, Kenny Schachter ROVE, London (2005).