Celebrating its 4th anniversary, the Hundred Years Gallery presents ‘HYG Editions’, a collection of works from 8 familiar faces that have collaborated with the gallery before. The exhibition runs parallel to our programmed exhibition ‘The Decline of Conscience’, a photo series of Nick JS Thompson displaying the inescapable problem of gentrification in London.
For this special occasion, the gallery is treating its visitors with limited edition prints, selected drawings and collage work from artists Yvonne Yiwen Feng, Helen Bermingham, Victoria Kovalenko, Maey Lemley, Nick JS Thompson, Lex Thomas, Jaime Valtierra and Rita Says, as a thank you for their interest in the gallery. They also see this exhibition as an opportunity to show they are extremely grateful towards the artists that have been more than supported for the last 4 years and to encourage new talent to engage with the project.
If you grown a liking for any of the exhibited artists there will be a more than pleasant surprise awaiting at the gallery. Besides an exciting collection of exclusives as well as never-seen artwork, the Hundred Years Gallery will be hosting ‘Editions’ workshops for community groups and schools, giving possible up-and-coming artists the opportunity to get involved, learn, play and explore all there is to know about the mysteries of art. And here is your extra bonus: the artists showing their work at the exhibition will be your workshop teachers.
The exhibition will be running from November 19th until December 20th. However better go sooner than later, it will be over before you know it and this exciting and fruitful event is one you don’t want to be passing out on.
Editions launches with a private view November 19th 2015
The Hundred Years Gallery, 13 Pearson St, London E2 8JD