Hang-Up presents a group show of works by Norwegian photographer Anja Niemi and London based artist Rosie Emerson. Two contemporary artists who frequently using photography as their medium manipulating their images to produce striking contemporary work. Alongside these works Hang-Up will be exhibiting a selection of editioned photographic works and objects by American artist Nancy Fouts. The modern day surrealist, Fouts frequently manipulates everyday objects, combining them to present them to us so that we see them as if for the first time capturing her sculptural works in the form of c-type photographic artworks.



Rosie Emerson Rosie Emerson

Rosie Emerson is an award winning contemporary artist working almost exclusively on representing the female form. She was born in Dorset in 1981 and completed her BA in Fine Art from Kingston University in 2004. Emerson's figures draw reference from archetype's old and new, from Artemis to the modern day super model, each solitary figure becoming an allegory of her own fantasy. Rosie explores drawing, collage or direct collaborations with photographers to create enigmatic images of women, which are simultaneously seductive and ultimately impotent. Her work is widely collected and exhibited both in the UK, as well as international, through galleries, art fairs and museums. Her work has also been featured in Vogue, Harpers Bazaar, Another Magazine, The Financial Times and The Sunday Times Style Magazine.




11 Dec – 31 Jan 2016



by Kieran Collins


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