Nick Goss' large-scale narrative paintings feature imaginary cityscapes and interior scenes, exploring themes of displacement and natural disaster.
In this exhibition which features 12 major paintings including two new works, Goss reimagines his home city of London. Using a collage-based approach, his paintings incorporate a mix of materials including oil paint, silkscreens, stencils and pastels. Imagery and stories are also layered, drawn from personal memories as well as historical events.
As part of the exhibition he has selected works from the collection by artists including Michael Andrews, Edward Burra and Paul Nash, creating a visual conversation with his paintings.