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Paul Smith SPACE GALLERY for OK, Alright
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Jun '09
Paul Smith SPACE GALLERY is delighted to announce an exhibition “OK, Alright” by English artist Natasha Law. The exhibition shows artworks including her iconic works on aluminium.

Natasha Law's signature paintings of semi-nudes work as snapshots of the intimate. They capture a moment, whether posed and deliberate or more informal and spontaneous. Despite their monochromatic background, they allude to the intimacy of domestic spaces, the bedrooms and living rooms her models inhabit.

The limits of the aluminium panel function as a key hole, delimiting curvy breasts, lean waists, often half hidden by brightly coloured clothes. Alternating between the traditional genres of nude and portraiture, Law's lines underline her model's uniqueness and exalt an almost intoxicating essence of femininity.

All the works will be sold during the exhibition and original T-shirts will be made just for Paul Smith SPACE.

"Ok, Alright" by Natasha Law
28th May to 20th July
SPACE Gallery
Tokyo

Paul Smith


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