New works by Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom, Kitty Clark and Sofia Mitsola are presented as three concurrent solo presentations at Jerwood Space.

Now in its fourth edition, Jerwood Solo Presentations provides a platform for artists to present a new and focussed body of work, developed with support provided by the Jerwood Charitable Foundation team. The selected artists have been identified as being at a crucial point in their thinking and have been selected for the high quality of their work to date.

Appau Jnr Boakye-Yiadom presents an audio and video installation that brings together several ongoing investigations of his practice. In his work he examines and re-appropriates collective moments and memories that have cultural resonance.

Kitty Clark works across sculpture, moving image, text and digital media. She presents a new immersive sculptural and audio installation where she’ll continue her interest in creating environments where ideals, anxieties, and aspirations of the present are played out in unexpectedly drab and crooked futures.

Sofia Mitsola works in painting through which she implements a unique approach to figuring the female body. Through experiments in gesture, pose, and colour, she presents a series of new paintings of individual and grouped female subjects. These incorporate motifs associated with Greek and Egyptian mythology, resulting in works that are simultaneously confrontational, gentle, historical and fantastical.

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171 Union Street, London, Greater London, SE1 0LN

020 7654 0179

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The Gallery is open until 8pm on the last Friday of every month during exhibitions.

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