Paperworks is a paper exclusive exhibition devoted to looking at a range of artists, both established and emerging, whose work with/on/in paper explore its flexibility, simplicity and beauty. Works on paper are often under esteemed in terms of art practice – however, some of the artists involved here work primarily on paper, whilst others return to it over and again.

Art Exhibition previously on at Leyden Gallery in Greater London, United Kingdom.
From Friday 06 April 2018 to Saturday 21 April 2018
Launch Thursday 05 April 2018, 6pm

Published by anonymous on Thursday 22 March 2018.
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Drawing is often considered as the quintessential point from which the development of an idea moves through to a larger or more complex work – regardless of whether they contain the genesis of a larger work or are complete in themselves, drawings offer both the maker and the viewer direct appeal as intimate first-hand encounters.
Those involved in this exhibition range from internationally renowned artists such as Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, whose screenprints are in the Tate Britain collection to several newly emerging artists from recent Leyden Gallery Platform for Emerging Arts exhibitions.

The parameters of the paper works cross various techniques and engage many different skills, such as drawing, painting, illustration, sculpture, printing and photography.


Wilhelmina Barns Graham

Paula Rego

Gareth Bunting

James Melloy

Tina Crawford

Sarah Muirhead

Linsday Moran

Daniel Hosego

Buffy Kim

Atsuko Nakamura

Hilary Ellis

To coincide with the Paperworks exhibiton, artist Gareth Bunting will be running a special workshop on April 7th, “Virtual Reality Drawing workshop with artist Gareth Bunting”. Open your eyes to a new world of possibility and take a tour through the immersive and surreal landscapes created by an award-winning artist. Using the Oculas rift headset, attendees will be getting hands-on with Gravity Sketch and Google tilt brush, learning the basics and creating their own personal and imaginative 3D paintings.


9 Leyden Street
E1 7LE