About Me

Exhibitions

 

SAATCHI ART

March and April 2020

*Featured Artist Collection

www.saatchiart.com

508 GALLERY   

25th JUNE - 9th JULY 2019

Contemporary Landscapes exhibition

508 Kings Road, Chelsea,

SW10 0LD

MATTHEWS YARD ART GALLERY

14th FEB - 7th APRIL 2019

HERE AND NOW ART EXHIBITION -

BLACK BRITISH VISUAL ARTISTS at gallery@oxo  OXO TOWER WHARF

6th - 10th MAR 2019

PANCAKES AND BOOZE ART SHOW -

9TH NOVEMBER 2018

THE UNDERGROUND GALLERY

CAOS - CARSHALTON ARTISTS OPEN STUDIOS  23/24 JUNE & 30 JUNE/1 JULY 2018

https://www.carshaltonartists.com/

PANCAKES AND BOOZE ART SHOW 2017 

BLACK BRITISH GIRLHOOD EXHIBITION 2016

SOUTHFIELDS GALLERY 2012

ARCH GALLERY

2012

Almon Adeluwoye spends her time between London and Copenhagen.

She is an artist and guest curator who specialises in contemporary figurative work and bold landscapes.

Graduated from the University of Arts London – Chelsea Design School, where she combined performance and photography to create public works of art and video installations. These art works appeared on The London Underground, Battersea Art Centre, Debenhams PLC, and Central Middlesex Hospital.

She later combined her love of music and art with stills commissions, 

and photographed the late Amy Winehouse, Rhianna, Damian Marley and other musicians.

Almon Adeluwoye enjoyed her role as an Art Director for the BBC and created visual campaigns for iPlayer, TV and Radio platforms. She was influence by close frame cinematography and loved the filmic quality of Annie Leibovitz’s photography

After a short spell in the world of fashion shooting for London's high end boutiques, she has dedicated the last few years to her art practice.

"I adore the works of Gustav Glimt and his use of gold and symbolism, and Nan Goldin's intimate honest photography complimented my interest in magnifying those ordinary moments in life. Artists like Kara Walker brilliantly explore race, stereotypes, gender, and identity. My art practice is an exploration of human emotions, and those moments that make up the landscape of contemporary life."

A born and bred Londoner, the backdrop of the city appears frequently in her artworks. Female identity is a strong theme and Almon Adeluwoye's creations are often decorative in appearance but with an underlying question.

She is the curator of Here and Now showcase for Black British Visual Artists organisation www.blackbritishvisualartists.com

 

Almon Adeluwoye takes on private commissions and consults on art creation.

Co Curated - Here and Now Exhibition at OXO London  2019

© Samantha Almon Adeluwoye 2020