RONE x Tom French London Show

26th April 2012 will see two of the most exciting artist to emerge in recent year’s link up to put on a joint show with Zero Cool Gallery in London.

RONE's  posters are some of the most iconic in Australia, hiding under overpasses throughout Melbourne. He is renowned for the stylised images of ‘girls’ faces – it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that he has had more posters in Melbourne’s streets than any other artist in the city’s history.

Tom French progresses his distinctive skull images, with the addition of previously unseen oil paintings, to be shown alongside his characteristic charcoal pieces. These new works combine photorealism, abstraction and surrealism with a suggestive narrative, treading the fine line between the beautiful and the unsettling, focusing on the reflection of the conscious and subconscious mind.

The show will see both artists producing new pieces to be shown for the first time in this London exhibition. With new original oils, charcoals, collages, HPM’s, screen prints and linocuts this show cannot be missed!

Zero Cool - 155-171 Tooley St - London Bridge
The show will open on April 26th at 6.30PM


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