18 october – 28 november 2018
ALICE BLACK is pleased to present Marty Schnapf: Santa Ana Winds, the artist’s debut solo exhibition in the UK.
Santa Ana Winds brings together a new body of Schnapf’s paintings, created between 2017 and 2018. The title of the exhibition refers to a psychogeographical phenomenon distinct to the artist’s home state. In his 1955 essay, ‘Introduction to a Critique of Urban Geography,’ situationist Guy Dubord defined psychogeography as “the study of the precise laws and specific effects of the geographical environment, consciously organized or not, on the emotions and behaviour of individuals.” The Santa Anas are hot dry winds that blow over coastal Southern California and are thought to suffuse the region with a surreal and mystical tension.
Private View: Tuesday 4 December, 2018 (6-8pm)
5 December - Tuesday 22 January 2019
ALICE BLACK is pleased to present Tristan Pigott’s solo show: ‘Slippery Gaze’.
London-based, multi-media artist Pigott is celebrated for his knowing and wry critique of contemporary culture and an ongoing exploration into the place of the image and image-making methods in today’s visually saturated landscape. Pigott’s first solo show at the gallery will feature a new body of work spanning painting, sculpture and installation which highlight the way content consumption has now reached a new crescendo intended to ‘trap’ the viewer.