Tension Surface exhibition at bo.lee gallery 6th September - 5th October
bo.lee gallery in Peckham is a hosting a new exhibition - ‘Tension Surface’ by artist Bea Haines, multidisciplinary visual artist based in London.
The exhibition which opens 6th September and runs until 5th October is a solo show in which Haines explores the human condition through an examination of our relationships with each other, our environment and mortality. Through sculpture, painting, drawing and print, Haines captures traces that offer in sight into human nature, referring to nurture, loss, longing and our desire for love through what is deemed culturally impermissible.
The exhibition features paintings and drawings created from human and animal ashes, which challenge death as taboo. Haines' work also comments on the fear of the natural world within society.
London based bo.lee gallery was founded in Bath in 2009 by Director and curator Jemma Hickman and now resides in Peckham, South East London.
222 Rye Lane, Peckham SE15 4NL | 020 3302 6440 | bo-lee.co.uk | Wednesday - Friday 11am - 6pm | Saturday 11am - 5pm