Condo

Condo is a collaborative exhibition by 24 galleries across 8 London spaces. The Sunday Painter will host three galleries each presenting one/two artists.

Laura Aldridge (Koppe Astner, Glasgow)
Débora Bolsoni & Anna Mazzei (Jaqueline Martins, Sao Paulo)
Rob Chavasse (The Sunday Painter, London)
Jala Wahid (Seventeen, London)

http://www.condocomplex.org/

Laura Aldridge (b. 1978) Lives and works in Glasgow. Solo exhibitions include British Council in Nigeria Season (forthcoming); One to another, one-to-one, Passerelle Centre d‘art contemporain, Brest (2015); California wow!, Tramway, Glasgow (2015); Openaries (Laura Aldridge & Anna Mayer), 103 Trongate (commissioned by Glasgow International), Glasgow (2014); Folklore Contemporain, SWG3, Glasgow (2012); THINGS HELD INSIDE//THE NEW SEA, Kendall Koppe, Glasgow (2012); Underside, backside, inside, even, CCA, Glasgow (2012); Cairn, Pittenweem, Fife ( 2011); Studio Voltaire, London (2011); Low Hanging Fruit, Project Room, Glasgow (2010); Cats are not important, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow (2010).

Débora Bolsoni (b. 1975 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil), Lives and works in São Paulo. Selected exhibitions include Dublê with curator José Augusto Ribeiro, where she presented a series of works spanning her 10-year career (São Paulo/SP, 2011); the exhibit Absurdo curated by Laura Lima for the 7th Mercosul Biennial (Porto Alegre/RGS, 2009); Tão Perto, Tão Longe curated by Rodrigo Moura (São Paulo/ SP, 2008); Quase Liquido curated by Cauê Alves (São Paulo/SP, 2008); and Contraditório – Panorama of Brazilian Art curated by Moacir dos Anjos (São Paulo/SP and Madrid/ES, 2007 and 2008). She currently is participating in the show Alimentário at the Museum of Modern Art in Rio de Janeiro curated by Jacopo Crivelli.

Rob Chavasse (b. 1984, UK), lives and works in London. Selected exhibitions include Rob Chavasse, Interstate Projects, NYC, (fourthcoming), Groundwork, New Art Centre Roche Court, Salisbury, 2015; Ghostie!, The Royal Standard, Liverpool (2014); Sand In The Disk Drive, Rod Barton, London (2014); Thank you, Jupiter Woods, London (2014); A Sense Of Things, Zabludowicz Collection, London (2014), Off Season, The Sunday Painter, London (2013), Palazzo Peckham, Venice, 2013.

Ana Mazzei (b.1980, São Paulo) lives and works in São Paulo. Selected exhibitions include Salão Paranaense at the Museu de Arte Contemporânea (MAC/PR, 2012), curated by Lisette Lagnado and Paulo Herkenho, Pré-Nome (2011); Nichi Nichi Kore Ko Nichi (2012) at Phosphorus, São Paulo, Couvert de son manteau couleur safran at the independent space La Maudite (2013); Et nous, nous marchons inconnus, Galerie Emmanuel Hervé (2014), Se Disser Que Fui Pássaro, Galeria Jaqueline Martins, São Paulo, Et nous, nous marchons inconnus, Galerie Emmanuel Herve, Paris (2014). Mazzei is a member and founder of Teatro Facada.

Jala Wahid (b. 1988, London) Lives and works in London. She graduated in 2014 from Goldsmiths College and is co-founder of SALT. magazine. Recent exhibitions include solo exhibition Bitter Pith, Room E-10 27, Paris; Basic Instinct, Seventeen, London, and Safe, HOME, Manchester.

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Installation view,

Installation view

Ana Mazzei, The measure of her hips: Adele H., 2016 Painted wood, fabric and felt 160 x 50 x 50 cm

Ana Mazzei

The measure of her hips: Adele H., 2016
Painted wood, fabric and felt
160 x 50 x 50 cm

Ana Mazzei, The measure of her hips: soldier, 2016 Wood, industrial rubber, felt and fabric 160 x 36 x 90 cm

Ana Mazzei

The measure of her hips: soldier, 2016
Wood, industrial rubber, felt and fabric
160 x 36 x 90 cm

Installation view,

Installation view

Installation view,

Installation view

Rob Chavasse, The morning after the night before, 2016 inkjet on plasterboard 80 x 240 x 120 cm

Rob Chavasse

The morning after the night before, 2016
inkjet on plasterboard
80 x 240 x 120 cm

Rob Chavasse, The morning after the night before, 2016 inkjet on plasterboard80 x 240 x 120 cm

Rob Chavasse

The morning after the night before, 2016
inkjet on plasterboard
80 x 240 x 120 cm

Installation view,

Installation view

Installation view,

Installation view

Laura Aldridge, Not my elbow (X), 2016 Rice, glass and ceramic 78 x 30 ø cm

Laura Aldridge

Not my elbow (X), 2016
Rice, glass and ceramic
78 x 30 ø cm

Laura Aldridge, Display-scape no. 2: BRICKwork – A misleading, whole new way to do things (or so they say), 2015 Ceramic, metal 210 x 320 cm

Laura Aldridge

Display-scape no. 2: BRICKwork – A misleading, whole new way to do things (or so they say), 2015
Ceramic, metal
210 x 320 cm

Jala Wahid, My Serous Lining, 2015 Digital Print 60 x 125 cm

Jala Wahid

My Serous Lining, 2015
Digital Print
60 x 125 cm

Jala Wahid, Soft Weaponry III, 2016 Plaster, paint, car paint 25 x 115 x 12 cm

Jala Wahid

Soft Weaponry III, 2016
Plaster, paint, car paint
25 x 115 x 12 cm

Jala Wahid, Coco, 2016 Plaster, paint, petroleum jelly, flour, food colouring (chocolate, peach & rose), rosewater glycerin, argan oil 30 x 40 x 50 cm

Jala Wahid

Coco, 2016
Plaster, paint, petroleum jelly, flour, food colouring (chocolate, peach & rose), rosewater glycerin, argan oil
30 x 40 x 50 cm

Débora Bolsoni, Medalhas (Medals), 2015 Metal, fabric 10 x 50 cm

Débora Bolsoni

Medalhas (Medals), 2015
Metal, fabric
10 x 50 cm

Débora Bolsoni, Occasionally these people stop and drink the broth that they carry, 2015Metal, beet soup 13 x 12 cm Edition of 30

Débora Bolsoni

Occasionally these people stop and drink the broth that they carry, 2015
Metal, beet soup
13 x 12 cm
Edition of 30

Débora Bolsoni, Lanças, 2009/2015 Aluminium, magnets Edition of 5 60 x 0,4 x 0,2 cm

Débora Bolsoni

Lanças, 2009/2015
Aluminium, magnets
Edition of 5
60 x 0,4 x 0,2 cm