An exhibition of new paintings by Thomas Langley.
In collaboration with five galleries, Langley shows works from his on-going series ‘Mummy’s boy’, for the first time in a dedicated solo exhibition.
Having started this nonsensical paradoxical quest to ‘buy mum a house’ during his studies at the Royal academy schools, Langley now fully fledged, flexes this newfound artistic adulthood with a big solo show hosted by Camden’s Cob gallery.
Large-scale text-based paintings sit alongside newly developed representational landscapes. This exhibition marks a completion in what until now has been an on-going series.
Thomas Langley (b. 1986, UK), lives and works in London. Solo exhibitions include: Mega Alright Part II, Union Gallery, London, 2019, Just like anything, Marian Cramer, Amsterdam, 2018, Solo booth at Art on Paper, Marian Cramer, Amsterdam, 2018, Big Windows, The Arcade Project, London, 2018, Plastic Factory
(no place for me), 12 Piccadilly arcade, London, 2018, (Pipe) Dreamer, Royal academy schools graduation show, London, 2018, Future Absurdities, Unit 1 Gallery Workshop, London, 2017, Art Type Stuff, Stour Space, London, 2016.
For his show, ” Just like anything”, Thomas Langley (b.1986 London, UK) will be presenting new sculpture and paintings.
Recent exhibitions include solo exhibition, ‘BIG WINDOWS’ Arcade Project, during Frieze London 2018, Art Type Stuff, Stour Space, London (2016); and group exhibitions, YOU SEE ME LIKE A UFO, The Grange, Royal Ascot (2017); A series of pocket Utopias, Yellow Brick and Snehta, Athens (2017); It is what it isn’t, Big Shed, Aldeburgh (2017); Cut, Unit 1 Gallery Workshop, London (2017); Premiums: Interim Projects, Royal Academy, London (2017); Zone d’Utopie Temporaire Part II, The Koppel Project Hive, London (2016); Charley Thomas, CRATE, Margate (2014); and Mega Alright, The Horse Bridge Centre, Whitstable (2012).
Thomas Langley graduated from Royal Academy Schools (2018) and previously studied Fine Art at University for the Creative Arts Canterbury, Kent.
ELENA BEELAERTS (NL)
THOMAS LANGELY (UK)