“What’s Up” is a pioneering exhibition featuring 50 of the most exciting young contemporary artists from around the world, brought together in a dynamic survey selected and curated by young collector and advisor Lawrence van Hagen. The exhibition runs from the 14th until the 30th April 2016 at the Soho Revue, as well as a neighbouring space on Greek Street in the heart of London’s Soho.
The exhibition will respond to some fundamental questions of today’s art world:
What is on the walls of today’s leading contemporary art institutions?
Do we know how those walls will look like in five years’ time?
Who are the young galleries in the driving seat?
What is being bought by the young generation of collectors and why?
Focusing on a rising generation of painters, alongside key artists working in drawing, photography, sculpture and video art, “What’s Up” incorporates several well established names such as Jonas Wood, Mark Flood and Sterling Ruby, alongside the ‘new kids on the block’.
14 Greek Street, London, w1d 4dp
49 Greek St, London, w1d 4eq
EXHIBITION DATES: 14th – 30th April 2016
PRESS PREVIEW: Wednesday 13th April, 2pm – 4pm
PRIVATE VIEW: Wednesday 13th April, 6 – 9pm