Grant Foster: Human Made

Sat 27 Apr 2024 - Sat 22 Jun 2024





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Grant Foster: Human Made

Human Made is a solo exhibition by London-based artist Grant Foster, who works across painting, sculpture, collage and text.

In a gallery-wide installation that suggests the permeability between memory and dream, the artist explores contemporary social issues including gender, sexuality, wealth redistribution, and the artist’s own working-class, Trinidadian and British, dual-heritage background.

The exhibition presents two series of free-standing, double-sided paintings which run through both gallery spaces. Each work is an interconnected component within a wider meta-narrative, employing a conventional painted surface while revealing a notational and diaristic reverse. The exposed backs of the canvases embed elements of text, sculpture, and film, collaged across their hand-made, repurposed timber stretchers, serving to expand the paintings’ interpretive possibilities.


Exhibition Launch: Sat 27 Apr, 3–5pm, free.

Join the artist to celebrate the opening day of their new exhibition.

Artist’s Talk: Sat 18 May, 2.00pm, free (booking required).

Grant Foster will be in conversation with Dr Chantal Powell, a South-West based artist, educator and curator, whose work is informed by a PhD in psychology and an ongoing study of Jungian theory.

Limited edition print: Tulips, Boots and Axe, 2024 | £30 (+p&p) 

A new affordable giclee print, is available to accompany the exhibition in a limited edition of 100 unsigned copies.

Tulips, Boots and Axe is made from an original painting by Grant Foster and is printed with archival ink on 290gsm Hahnemühle Hemp fibre paper.


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