Upcoming: Cross Lane Projects at London Art Fair

Wednesday 20 January – Sunday 31 January

This month, Cross Lane Projects will, for the first time, be present at the London Art Fair with new work by a diverse group of gallery-associated artists: Olivia Bax, Lawson Oyekan, William Plumptre, Rebecca Scott, Nicola Tassie and Mark Woods.

January’s event, The London Art Fair: Edit 2021, will be The LAF’s 33rd edition presenting over 50 leading Modern and Contemporary galleries in an alternative digital format.

Each artist will present three recent works that highlight their individual concerns and approaches. Mark Tanner Sculpture Award winner 2019-20, Olivia Bax, known for using materials such as steel, chicken wire and a generated paper pulp, presents sculptures from her current Cross Lane Projects’ exhibition OFF GRID. A series of vessels and sculptures by ceramic artists Lawson Oyekan, William Plumptre and Nicola Tassie present a contemporary dialogue about ceramics as objects and as art. Rebecca Scott is showing a series of powerful etchings from defaced magazine pages, which aim to expose the hypocrisies of so-called sexual freedom. Mark Woods presents photographic prints of his highly elaborate artefacts that blur the boundaries between fine art, fetish objects and items from a cabinet of curiosities.

All work will be viewable online from Wednesday 20 – Sunday 31 January 2021

Browse through the online Viewing Rooms, the Artsy online catalogue and an exceptional programme of digital talks, panel discussions and events here.