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Selma Parlour’s work is meticulously rendered and simplicity is a critical factor as she draws upon a rich lineage of minimalist art in her subtle use of colour and shape. The simultaneous creation and negation of space are also significant; through geometry and isolated two-dimensional forms, Parlour crafts stage-like settings that mingle foreground with background and imbue a sense of spatial confusion.

SELMA PARLOUR holds a PhD in Art from Goldsmiths (2013). Parlour’s work has been acquired by Saatchi Gallery and the Creative Cities Collection, Beijing, and has been included in group exhibitions including; Creative Cities Collection & Exhibition, The Barbican, London (2012), Selma Parlour & Yelena Popova, Horton Gallery, New York (2012) and Bloomberg New Contemporaries, S1 Artspace, Sheffield & ICA, London (2011). Parlour has also been selected for inclusion in 100 Painters of Tomorrow



Selma Parlour’s work is meticulously rendered and simplicity is a critical factor as she draws upon a rich lineage of minimalist art in her subtle use of colour and shape. The simultaneous creation and negation of space are also significant; through geometry and isolated two-dimensional forms, Parlour crafts stage-like settings that mingle foreground with background and imbue a sense of spatial confusion.

SELMA PARLOUR holds a PhD in Art from Goldsmiths (2013). Parlour’s work has been acquired by Saatchi Gallery and the Creative Cities Collection, Beijing, and has been included in group exhibitions including; Creative Cities Collection & Exhibition, The Barbican, London (2012), Selma Parlour & Yelena Popova, Horton Gallery, New York (2012) and Bloomberg New Contemporaries, S1 Artspace, Sheffield & ICA, London (2011). Parlour has also been selected for inclusion in 100 Painters of Tomorrow