A former health club in Covent Garden has been taken over by a group of four emerging artists. In a collaboration between Harlesden High Street and Daria Borisova, the artists have repurposed the space.
Several futuristic super-villains are lurking on the wooden walls of Carl Kostyal’s Savile Rowe gallery. These paintings are part of a new series – which mix humour with excess – by Oli Epp, currently on display in London.
Specifically looking at the idea of absences within cities and cultures, Leave Of Absence stages exhibitions where each member nominates artists to make work for the space. Gallery Girl spoke to LOA’s Yu’an Huang about the project.