Cameron Platter’s ‘Everyday Apocalypse’ @ Jack Bell Gallery, until April 20.

cameron platter_jack bell youJack Bell Gallery
27 March – 20 April 2013

Artist’s Page (jackbellgallery.com)

Jack Bell Gallery is pleased to present Cameron Platter’s Everyday Apocalypse, the artist’s first exhibition in the UK.

These drawings form part of an ongoing, projected ten-year series of large-scale documentary drawings. Works from the same series will be included in ‘Imaginary Fact: South African Art and the Archive’, an upcoming exhibition for the South Africa Pavilion at Venice’s 55th Biennale…

…Translating contemporary reality, Platter’s work fills the ordinary and the marginal, with incendiary new meaning. Interacting with transitory subjects and sources considered delinquent, sordid and lowbrow, he reconnoiters notions and concepts on the outside fringes of popular culture to create a highly edited, transitive, violent, personal, cynical, symptomatic and abstract vision. In this exhibition, his stance on the fringe, both conceptually and geographically, highly personal and distinct aesthetic, obsessive work methods, and non-conformist approach, come together to form a singular poetic moment.

JACK BELL GALLERY | +44 (0)207 930 8999 | 13 MASON’S YARD, ST. JAMES’S, LONDON, SW1Y 6BU     OPENING TIMES DURING EXHIBITIONS: TUES – SAT, 11 AM TO 6 PM



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