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Apr 10 - May 2, 2020
Following his current success at his solo exhibition at Winchester Discovery Centre’s Gallery with Hampshire Cultural Trust, ‘Relic’ will be continue at Unit London from 10 April - 2 May. Jake Wood Evan’s new body of work is a continuation of the artists’ exploration of memory and mortality. Returning to his enduring love of the Baroque for inspiration, the likes of Peter Paul Rubens, Anthony Van Dyck, Nicolas Poussin and Jean-Baptiste Marie Pierre form the conceptual genesis for Relic. Here Wood Evans moves further into abstraction than ever before, as the reference piece is transformed he uses the canvas to examine the tangibility, or lack thereof, of our existence. Jake claims he has always been just as interested in what is absent, missing or removed, than what remains; he hopes these new paintings have the power to engage and captivate the viewer for even the briefest moment, to provide the opportunity for a meditative and emotional response.

Jun 1 - Jul 12, 2020
This exhibition will be open by appointment only. Please contact us for more information.

Jun 4 - Jul 12, 2020
This June, Unit London is staging an expansive online exhibition. Drawn Together will feature the work of over one-hundred international contemporary artists to raise funds and awareness for frontline medical staff and vulnerable communities worldwide. In recent times, many of our lives have been simplified by the restrictive presence of COVID-19. In many instances this has forced us to slow down and turn our focus back to the basics - even at a time of unprecedented technological advancement, we find ourselves longing for the most simple analogue values. Drawn Together, which will feature work from artists such as Katherine Bradford, Chantal Joffe, Frank Auerbach, Maggi Hambling and Kenny Schachter, taps into this new found need for simplicity by presenting unique drawings and works on paper, the sale of which will benefit vulnerable individuals around the world, and those that make great sacrifices to help them.
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