The Fitzrovia Gallery
139 Whitfield Street
London W1T 5EN
24-29 March 2020
Private View: Tuesday 24 March, 6-9pm
A group exhibition of small works by Laurence Causse-Parsley, Tom Cox and Brian Reinker exploring their own individual visions of the urban landscapes.
Following the success of their 2018 exhibition “Where We Live”, artists Brian Reinker, Laurence Causse-Parsley and Tom Cox are getting back together to bring their unique brand of urban narratives and worldly landscapes to the Fitzrovia Gallery.
Hot off the heels of his acclaimed solo show, collage artist Brian Reinker has been busy experimenting with his linear collection abstract landscapes inspired by London’s skyline.
Back from her sell-out Paris show, Laurence Causse-Parsley has created a series of spectacular abstract urban sprawls combining text and architecture in zesty satisfying colours.
Having spent the last few months working on large-scale works, Tom Cox is relishing the task of creating a series of mini paintings focusing on London’s theatres, from iconic façades to atmospheric stage doors.
For this exhibition, the trio have been working tirelessly, testing their individual techniques on a different scale to create a body of smaller and more affordable artworks, hence the show’s title ‘The little Art Show’.