In Neon Selects, the first in this series, the Neon team will highlight a selection of works and artists that were featured in our physical shows, as well as debut some new works that have never been seen before.
We are proud to celebrate the diversity of our artists and their practices. Examples of strong juxtapositions within our contemporary art space include the contrast of the delicate sculptural landscapes of Geoff Uglow and the coding language canvases by Josh Rowell; the introspective surrealism of Piers Alsop and the observational abstractionism of Gernanda Galvão; the thoughtful neon messages of Eve De Haan and imaginative collages by Rachel Libeskind; vivid and textural sculptures by Svetlana Bogatcheva and pastel and delicate sculptures by Alex Searle; Hugo Lami’s surrealistic reflection of the digitalisation of our world and Gary Komarin’s vibrant exploration of colour in multiple of his iconic series. Each one of our artists speaks a unique language and we aim to engage the viewers with extraordinary examples of contemporary artistic practice.
We hope that Neon Selects will provide a unique opportunity to re-introduce some exceptional works while allowing our global family and collectors to view works they might not have had the opportunity to see if they were unable to travel to London to visit our shows in person.
ArtworksNeon's Curation of Works