|Brand new contemporary art exhibition showcasing work from international household names
A festive treat for Chiswick locals! A brand new contemporary art exhibition on Turnham Green Terrace is showcasing work from international household names to raise money and awareness for homeless people.
The Unit London, launched in September this year, is an artist-run gallery that brings contemporary art from all around the globe to the heart of W4. This exhibition, named Utopia, is full of charming works that include the swirling colours of Kristian Von Hornsleth, the iconic stencil work of Saatchi’s Pure Evil, Sandra Chevrier’s vintage comic strip collages, and the adorable dog sculptures of Swedish artist Agnetha Sjogren.
This must-see exhibition comprises a unique mix of no less than 18 different artists, from Chiswick locals to some of Saatchi’s “One’s to Watch”. They are donating 20% of sales to Shelter, and the exhibition will run up to the 24th of January. It is completely free to browse and look around, and is a unique and thrilling addition to Turnham Green Terrace. What a fantastic opportunity to find yourself some fantastic, leading contemporary artwork – and all for a great cause!
January 4, 2014