June Snow Stalking, Evelyn Yard Opening Party
9 July 2014
One of my favourite places to stalk are private views and gallery openings. My latest arty stalking sess was at the opening of Evelyn Yard, dubbed one of London’s hottest new galleries by Dazed & Confused Digital.
At the debut show, June Snow; a collection of predominantly white works by some of the world’s hottest new artists. I caught up with one of the Directors about the concept behind the gallery, which artists to keep an eye on and future plans for the space.
Why did you decide to open Evelyn Yard?
Evelyn is a platform to showcase the work of young emerging artists who are influenced by the ‘here and now’ and the digital age.
Who in your opinion are you worth watching?
Alex Clarke, Takeshi Shiamitsu, Paul Kneale and Tiril Hasselknippe
What are future plans for the gallery?
We will be hosting a number of solo exhibitions from a selection of artists from our recent exhibition June Snow. We’ll be travelling extensively to visit artists' studios within the UK, Europe and America, who we believe to be the most dynamic and exciting artists of the moment.
The next exhibition features Jamie Jenkinson. For a young artist Jamie has already had much acclaim having shown at the V&A, MoMA in New York and the National Portrait gallery.
Jamie Jenkinson, launched on 22 July. Sign up to the mailing list for further information and invitations to private views.