Zabludowicz Collection

Gabriele Beveridge

27 Feb - 06 Apr 2014

© Gabriele Beveridge
By mistake or design, 2014
Crystal ball, copper, faded posters, palm leaf, marble, glass, pineapple.
Installation images Zabludowicz Collection, London. Image: Tim Bowditch
27 February - 6 April 2014

Gabriele Beveridge (b.1985) is a London-based artist who creates two-dimensional and three-dimensional collages and installations using sun-faded images and a variety of natural and man-made objects. Through framing, balancing and propping, these disparate elements are brought into precisely constructed but open-ended dialogues. Materials such as sand, copper and marble rub up against the seductive sheen of cosmetics, suggesting poetic associations, psychological states, and a heightened awareness of the surfaces that surround us.

Beveridge studied BA Photography at Falmouth College of Arts, and graduated with an MA in Fine Art Media from the Slade School of Fine Art in 2010. Recent group exhibitions include: Pre-Pop to Post-Human: Collage in the Digital Age, Hayward Touring, UK, 2013; Comrades of Time, Cell Project Space, London, 2013; The Stand In (or A Glass of Milk), Public Fiction, Los Angeles, 2013.