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Photograms, Forms in Green (2012), hand printed c-type print framed in oak box-frames, UV protected glass, 100x50cm
In Preparation No.11 (2012), c-print, 50x60cm
In Preparation No. 11 (2012), c-print, 50x60cm
In Preparation No. 10 (2012), c-print, 50x60cm
Yellow Rupture (2009), c-print, 130x110cm
Axle Trolley (2008), c-print framed in grey box-frame, 40x40cm
Red Trolley, Unit 2 (2008), c-print framed in grey box-frame, 65x50cm
Machine Study 05, Unit 2 (2008), c-print framed in grey box-frame, 40x40cm

Tom Lovelace works across photography, sculpture and performance, where concept prevails over form and his methodology is one of deconstructing conventions of a conceptual understanding of 'discipline'. Primarily using the industrial landscape as his sourcing ground, he seeks to manufacture an ephemeral subject, creating environments and interventions that exist solely for the camera. Lovelace’s work challenges traditional notions of photography, presenting exquisite and progressive visual creations. Lovelace's visual sophistication combined with a fearless employment of broad artistic forms marks him out as an exciting young artist and one to watch. (Quote by Bridget Croaker) Lovelace has exhibited with Beers.Lambert Contemporary in [I Am Solitary], 2011 and [Vestiges] at the London Art Fair, 2012.



TOM LOVELACE (b. 1982, United Kingdom) is an award winning artist living and working in London. He studied Photography and Art History at the Bournemouth Arts Institute and Goldsmiths College, London. Recent exhibitions include Totem and Taboo, Unseen, Amsterdam (2013); In Preparation for Arles, Les Rencontres d'Arles, Arles (2013); Uncommon Ground, Flowers Gallery, London (2012); Work Starts Here, Son Gallery, London (2012); Ristruttura, Project B Gallery, Milan (2012) and Gouge, Centre for Photography, Aarhus, Denmark (2011). His work has been selected for the Terry O’Neill Award and featured in the book, New Danish Art 11. Lovelace received the Surface Gallery Prize in 2008 and the prestigious Rhubarb Rhubarb Bursary in 2010. Most recently he has been awarded an Anna Mahler Residency in Spoleto, Italy, where he will engage with the legacies of David Smith, Sol Lewitt and Italian masters such as Giotto.

 


Tom Lovelace works across photography, sculpture and performance, where concept prevails over form and his methodology is one of deconstructing conventions of a conceptual understanding of 'discipline'. Primarily using the industrial landscape as his sourcing ground, he seeks to manufacture an ephemeral subject, creating environments and interventions that exist solely for the camera. Lovelace’s work challenges traditional notions of photography, presenting exquisite and progressive visual creations. Lovelace's visual sophistication combined with a fearless employment of broad artistic forms marks him out as an exciting young artist and one to watch. (Quote by Bridget Croaker) Lovelace has exhibited with Beers.Lambert Contemporary in [I Am Solitary], 2011 and [Vestiges] at the London Art Fair, 2012.



TOM LOVELACE (b. 1982, United Kingdom) is an award winning artist living and working in London. He studied Photography and Art History at the Bournemouth Arts Institute and Goldsmiths College, London. Recent exhibitions include Totem and Taboo, Unseen, Amsterdam (2013); In Preparation for Arles, Les Rencontres d'Arles, Arles (2013); Uncommon Ground, Flowers Gallery, London (2012); Work Starts Here, Son Gallery, London (2012); Ristruttura, Project B Gallery, Milan (2012) and Gouge, Centre for Photography, Aarhus, Denmark (2011). His work has been selected for the Terry O’Neill Award and featured in the book, New Danish Art 11. Lovelace received the Surface Gallery Prize in 2008 and the prestigious Rhubarb Rhubarb Bursary in 2010. Most recently he has been awarded an Anna Mahler Residency in Spoleto, Italy, where he will engage with the legacies of David Smith, Sol Lewitt and Italian masters such as Giotto.