Trevor Shimizu‘s Selected Works solo exhibition is on at London’s Evelyn Yard, opening September 9 and running to October 10.
The multidisciplinary artist works across a range of media including performance, video, sculpture, painting and drawing, taking part in the Melbourne’s Silly Canvas group show last year.
This new exhibition carries on with Shimizu’s concerns with the generic clichés of daily life, as informed by its representation in popular media. According to the press release, his paintings depict “sadly mundane and introspective household activities, [and] also suggest tragic psychologies of his protagonists.”
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