Inner Landscapes | Dafna Talmor, Ben Nason, Minnie Weisz & Mick Finch

Inner Landscapes
27th April – 2nd June 2017
Private view: Tuesday 25th April 2017, 6-9pm

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Sid Motion Gallery is pleased to present a group exhibition including works by Dafna Talmor, Ben Nason, Minnie Weisz and Mick Finch.

Dafna Talmor is an Israeli-born artist and lecturer based in London whose photographs are included in the Deutsche Bank and Hiscox collections and private collections internationally.  Her work has been featured in numerous publications including Camera Austria, ArtReview, Hotshoe, IMA, GUP, BJP, Photomonitor, to name only a few. Talmor is the recipient of the Breathing SPACE Bursary, Arts Council England Grants for the Arts Awards, Photofusion Select Bursary and the IV Daniela Chappard Biennale Photography Award.

Ben Nason is a London born, Paris based artist who studied at ICP in New York (1993 -95), and has since exhibited in New York (Kerrigan Campbell Gallery), Copenhagen (Martin Asbaek Gallery) and Paris (Galerie Foret Verte). His work has been written about by Chris Mooney in ArtReview and Roberta Smith of The New Times.

Minnie Weisz is a British artist who received an MA in Communication Art and Design at the Royal College of Art and BA Graphic and Media Design at London College of Printing. Weisz has exhibited extensively internationally, most recently exhibiting a solo exhibition, Stories, at Swiss Cottage Gallery, London earlier this year. Weisz has participated in Artist Residencies in London and Arles, as well exhibiting in numerous group shows and publications since the mid 2000s.

Mick Finch is a British artist who is the BA Fine Art Course Leader and Reader in Visual Art Practice at Central Saint Martins, London. Finch has exhibited internationally, most recently in a solo show, Engrams, at the Piper Gallery, London, and the group show Painting, Tableau, Stage at Urban Space, Columbus, Ohio.  Finch has been published widely and is an associate editor of the Journal of Visual Art Practice and the Journal of Contemporary Painting. Having lived and taught for 20 years in France, Finch has written extensively about post war French post-war artIn 2011 Finch was an Abbey Fellow in Painting at the British School, Rome and is a Senior Scholar of the Terra Foundation, Paris.