Leicester’s Two Queens is putting on the group exhibition Too Much which will be running at their gallery space from October 2 to October 25.
Taking up the topic of emotions and expression in the art world and in media at large, Too Much focuses in on the “emotive and affective properties of artistic expression”, featuring contemporary practices that work to respond to emotional stimuli, “replac[ing] cynicism, disillusion and apathy with rage, fear and love”. Based out of the gallery’s re-launch of Leicester’s collection of German Expressionist art, the exhibition aims to explore how the internet – and media or technology at large – has transformed how artists express themselves.
Featuring a few aqnb favorites, including Jesse Darling and Arcadia Missa‘s Rozsa Farkas, the group show also brings the works of Jennifer Chan, Kitty Clark, Phoebe Collings-James, Jake Kent, Melika Ngombe Kolongo, Jaako Pallasvuo, Leon Sadler, and Alice Theobald, as well as additional texts by Mathew Parkin and James Poyser.
See the Too Much exhibition page for details. **