A celebration of the female artist’s mind through a body of work that looks to challenge and disrupt the gender norms.
This is the exhibition Galeria Melissa London hosts from August 19th till September 6th.
The London Creatives shows the work of nine new, young local artists — many of whom are showing for the first time in London. From fine art to fashion design, digital art to jewelry. By using artists of multiple disciplines, our British flagship gets an exciting, exhilarating and inspiring aura.
Galeria Melissa + The Creatives invite you to interact with each artist. To look beyond the surface and be inspired in your own artistic endeavors. Whatever they may be.
Melissa has always celebrated up and coming artists throughout the brand’s history. This exhibition is a further demonstration of our commitment to the creative world.
The exhibition is open every day from 11 am to 7pm and on Sundays from 12PM to 6PM. To take a 360 tour around our UK flagship, click here.
Galeria Melissa London is located at 43 King Street, in Covent Garden.
Learn more about our fellow artists:
Rosanna Webster: Illustrator and digital artist. Rosanna is displaying in the entrance screens a work she did with the photographer Jesse Laitinen.
Dora Miller: Curator of the installation and artist. The multi-dimensional presentation is owed to her impressive portfolio of set design.
Swanzy: Celebrating the launching of her 4th edition of the zine ROADFEMME, Swanzy is a force to be reckoned with. The issue deals with all kinds of women, from binary to non-binary, from queer to trans – a publication that involves everyone.
Joy Bonfield Colombara: Joy is graduated from Jewellery and Silversmithing at Glasgow School of Art. For this exhibition, Joy has chosen a plethora of drawings, designs and inspirations to give a broader context of how she works.
Lucy Emma Price: studying art at Central Saint Martins, Lucy’s work is heavily influenced by the body and its worldly interaction.
Paolina Russo: Inspired by painting and sculpture, Paolina applied this to the human form and moved into fashion, using unconventional materials and a unique design eye.
Alice Skinner: Illustrator graduated from the London College of Communication. Alice uses pastel drawings and a sense of humor to bring about political changes.
Daisy Madden Wells: Using classical art forms and insignias, especially traditional male empire objects, Daisy subverts then in a reflective, economically sensible way.
Verity Pemberton: fashion and trends creator for Mario Testino and founder and editor of Moon Magazine. Verity has chosen three images which are particularly significant to her.