(b. in Sittingbourne, UK, 1994) Lives and works in London and Kent (United Kingdom).
Rouy studied at Camberwell College of Art, London. Some of his recent solo exhibitions include: 'Smothered Awake', Steve Turner, Los Angeles; 'Leaking Visions of Red', Anna Zorina Gallery, New York; 'Squeeze Hard Enough It Might Just Pop!', Hannah Barry Gallery, London (all 2018); and 'In Dirty Water', J. Hammond Projects, London (2017). In 2018 he showed in Mexico City for 'The Clean Carcass of the Host' (with Paloma Proudfoot), Galerie Sultana and sans titre for CONDO at Marso.
(b. in Gillingham, UK, 1993) He lives and works in London and Kent (United Kingdom).
Pollock studied at Camberwell College of Art, London. Some of his recent exhibitions include: ‘Squeeze Hard Enough It Might Just Pop!’, Hannah Barry Gallery, London (2018); ‘Moue’, The Chatham House, London (2016); ‘Youth Fruits’, The Chatham House, London (2016); ‘Flat Pack’, Peckham Park Road, London (2016); Faversham Open House, Faversham, UK (2015); Camberwell College of Arts Summer Show, London (2015); ‘Multipack’, 29 Oxford St, London (2015); ‘And more again’, The Gallery on the Corner, London (2015).
Hannah Barry Gallery is committed to supporting the development of emerging practice and focuses on realising ambitious solo projects by artists that value experimentation and risk, discussion and debate, as well as supporting artists in a holistic way, logistically and intellectually to pursue their work. The gallery operates on its original principles: to support above all the progress of artists and their ideas, to develop a language of description and build a network of support around the artist’s work, and to bring the work to the widest possible audiences.
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