Wednesday, October 07, 2009


Adam Neate's eagerly anticipated second solo show, following from his landmark exhibition, PAINTINGS, POTS and PRINTS (blogged here) in 2007 will open this Friday 09 October.

Best known for his use of cardboard and aerosol paint, this new series of paintings have taken on a 3D sculptural quality by further incorporating perspex, metal, collage and other sourced objects, demonstrating his innate understanding of composition, perspective and movement whilst still retaining his impeccable line.

Adam Neate will also be in the gallery on Saturday 10th October between 11.00am and 1.00pm signing copies of the a new book published to accompany the exhibition.

We spoke to Adam last week at the Waleska show in East London(blogged here) and from what he was telling us about his new work, it sounds like it's gonna be an exciting show and we are looking forward to seeing this new body of work.

Elms Lesters | 1-3-5 Flitcroft St | London | WC2H 8DH

The show will open to the public on Friday 09 October and will will run until the Saturday 21 November.

UPDATE: The guys over at Arresteed Motion have a great interview with Adam Neate about his work and his new exhibition. Read the interview here.


Furniture said...

I love his work and his style. His “Family Circle” made me think of the non cubist Picasso painting Ciencia y caridad (1897). I read the interview, and I especially liked his Galilean vision of the work “Art is one of the most extremely beautiful maths equations we witness in life, next to music. If you can learn to deconstruct what is known as reality and reconstruct it…” and his modern and personal notion of deconstructivism.