Gazelli Art House, London has unveiled its next major attraction: GEN/GEN: Generative Generations. This group exhibition traces the evolution of digital art across six decades. Featuring an illustrious lineup including Loren Bednar, Darien Brito, Sougwen Chung, and more, the event is a deep dive into the ever-evolving world of generative art.
This monumental event is co-curated in tandem with tech collaborators, Verisart, and unfolds across Gazelli Art House’s three-floor Mayfair gallery. Notably, the house has consistently championed digital art, and this showcase further integrates that dedication with the gallery’s rich history.
As a special highlight, on September 26th, a collaborative conversation involving artists, curators, and the GAZELL.iO community will come alive on Twitter (X) Spaces. This discourse, supported by Verisart, promises insightful discussions on the state and future of generative art.
Window Project 2023: Celebrating Non-Verbal Expression
In another captivating event, the Gazelli Art House introduces Wanqi Wang, the triumphant RCA Graduate of the 2023 Window Project. Wang’s oeuvre revolves around ‘finger tutting’, a profound medium of non-verbal communication that harnesses hands and fingers to conjure intricate shapes. Wang’s art form ventures beyond traditional boundaries, making it a transcultural phenomenon that resonates universally.
Through Chinese Women Philosophy, Wang offers a series of stills, deftly blending age-old Chinese proverbs with the contemporary dynamism of tutting. As Wang states, her aim is to revolutionize traditional communication paradigms through the immersive art of tutting.
Coming Soon: Derek Boshier and Pauline Boty Exhibitions
This Autumn, anticipate Derek Boshier’s much-awaited showcase. Titled 7 Self Portraits, the collection is an introspective deep dive into Boshier’s artistic journey. Complementing this is Boshier’s Sit/ Stand/ Knell – Global Warming, The Factory, and The Saints, a series merging figuration with abstraction. The showcase aligns with Wolverhampton Art Gallery’s survey of Boshier’s works and a book launch.
Finally, as the year wanes, Gazelli Art House will reintroduce the world to the iconic Pauline Boty. Celebrating two decades since her first solo, the retrospective is a vivid journey through Boty’s groundbreaking explorations. As a beacon of the 1960s British Pop Art movement, Boty’s art fused audacity, color, and satire, making her a perpetual force in the contemporary art realm.
TL;DR: Gazelli Art House, London, presents GEN/GEN: Generative Generations, an exhibition that chronicles six decades of digital art. The Window Project 2023 showcases Wanqi Wang’s ‘finger tutting’ prowess. Upcoming exhibitions feature prominent artists Derek Boshier and Pauline Boty, ensuring an art-filled Autumn.