WHATEVER IS WRONG WITH ELIZABETH JANE?
New Multimedia Installation
Exhibition: November 11th – December 2th 2010
“Whatever Is Wrong With Elizabeth Jane?” Liz Neal’s latest installation showcases intimately nostalgic recollections.
The title of this, Neal’s third Sartorial show is characteristically laden with self-derision. The show centres on a chandelier crafted from empty vodka bottles, and a plethora of booze-soaked mementos. Masterfully mutilated beer can flower arrangements. Hand-embroidered pill packaging, pizza boxes, hallmarks of a lifestyle unraveling, celebrated and sanctified.
Neal is a dichotomous art deviant. The provincial meets the pornographic, the domestic meets the drug-addled, the regal meets the ravaged.
Notorious for bringing us spaces filled with lusty flesh, cabinets of carnal curiousity, Neal’s “sexually charged examination of consumerism, the cult of lifestyle and desire” has been exhibited at the likes of Store Gallery, London, The Triumph of Painting and New Blood exhibitions at the Saatchi Gallery, and as far afield as Moscow’s M’ars Gallery.
Opening Hours: Tuesday to Friday 13:00pm to 18:30pm or by appointment.
Sartorial Contemporary Art, 26 Argyle Square, London, WC1H 8AP
Tel/Fax: + 44 (0) 20 7837 1013
|Duration||11 November 2010 - 02 December 2010|
|Times||Tuesday to Friday, 1pm - 6.30pm (Or by appointment)|
|Venue||Sartorial Contemporary Art|
|Address||26 Argyle Square London WC1H 8AP, ,|
|Contact||02078371013 / firstname.lastname@example.org / www.sartorialart.com|