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Are you ready for a little Exposure?



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Artists working without colour come together in a new exhibition at Imitate Modern this month.

Exposure presents work in mediums from oil painting to photography and fine-drawing, brought together with striking use of the monochrome palette.

Among the featured artists are Victoria Sin and Mairi-Luise Tabbakh, whose work is featured in the current issue of Beige magazine.

Victoria Sin, 3 Ladies, Beige Issue 9
Victoria Sin, 3 Ladies, Beige Issue 9
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Mairi-Luise Tabbakh, Lily & Mandy, Beige Issue 9
Mairi-Luise Tabbakh, Lily & Mandy, Beige Issue 9
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They are part of a line-up which includes Louis-Nicolas Darbon, Maisie Garner-Currie, Pam Glew, Joanna Ham, Buki Koshoni, Daniel Sachon and The Dotmasters.

The artists have a broad array of influences and portray a number of very different subjects, from ‘Gino’ the elephant to Anna Wintour, and some of music’s greatest legends.

What unifies these artists is also what makes them different; each brings a rare and individual talent, cementing their place in the next generation of icons of the art world.

Exposure is at Imitate Modern, 27a Devonshire Street, London, W1G 6PN, from 19 July – 16 August.

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