House of the Nobleman exhibition opens during Frieze Art Fair in London
October 10, 2012 - November 10, 2012
The Hole and V1 Gallery are proud to present new works by British artist Matthew Stone as part of a group exhibition during the Frieze Art Fair in London. He will present new folding pieces, floor sculpture, wall works printed on wood and a new series of laser photographs.
The House of the Nobleman, Native Land and Grosvenor are pleased to launch the first instalment of The New Vision: Art in Residence at Neo Bankside, opening 10th of October 2012 to the public during the Frieze Art Fair. London's newest and most iconic residential development, Neo Bankside, deisgned by Rogers Stirk Habour + Partners, will play host to the stars of tomorrow: artists, curators and galleries alike have been invited to exhibit and create a range of contemporary art works in the garden and upper floors of Neo, overlooking the Tate Modern and the River Thames.
About House of the Nobleman:
Established in 2010 by Russian curator Victoria Golembiovskaya, House of the Nobleman is a London-based art advisory and professional consulting practice fortified by a global network of private collectors, galleries, artists and professional advisors. Their work ranges in scope from large scale curatorial projects and events to art and design sourcing for private and corporate clients, building brand awareness through art related sponsorship as well as impelementing art residency and educational programming.
About Matthew Stone:
Stone is a 30-year-old British artist who graduated in 2004 from University of the Arts, London. He has had solo exhibitions at Terence Koh's Asian Song Society, Union Gallery in London and most recently V1 Gallery in Denmark. He has been included in group shows at the ICA London and the Royal Academy, Peres Proejcts in Berlin, the Baltic Center for Contemporary Art, the 2012 Marrakech Biennial, Higher Pictures, The Flagg Art Foundation and numerous other prestigious institutions. For this reason The Sunday Times recently placed him at number one in the arts section of their "Power Players Under Thirty". He is represented in America by The Hole, in the UK by Union Gallery and in Europe by V1 Gallery.
Organized by House of the Nobleman, The New Vision: Art in Residence at Neo Bankstide will run for six months, each month ushering in a new breed of talent inspired by the industrial architectural surroundings of Neo and adding to the cultural vibrancy of London Bankside
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