NEW NEONS FROM THE 2ND COLLECTION OF EVE DE HAAN
Space Station Gallery located at 159 Bermondsey Street SE1 3UW (opposite White Cube) is pleased to showcase the neon artwork of the emerging young artist - Eve De Haan with a week long exhibition entitled 'It is what it is'.
The young artist was recently featured in Lights of Soho and will show new whimsicial and witty pieces exploring the dialogue between contemporary language and incorporated objects often to comic effect.
The PV is on Friday 11th November from 7pm - 10pm and runs until 17th November.
As part of a more extensive artistic programme the gallery will showcase 'Pop Up' exhibitions to support undiscovered and independent artists.
Eve De Haan is a London based artist, designer and illustrator with a theology degree. Her work is direct with the sense of immediate content.
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