Talci Walci

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Location: London
Website: www.talciwalci.yolasite.com
Bio:

Britsh artist best known for abstract work and bold geometric paintings, he lives and works in London.

Talci Walci’s working method is systematic and rigorous but also allows for intuition and chance. His process starts with semi-automatic drawing techniques rendered either on sketchbook or computer, which are then modified according to how the artist perceives the imagery as unfolding. The resulting compositions are then transposed onto canvas with painting that is often applied with an extensive sponging, glazing and layering rendition and near-absence of brushwork.

Drawing influences from both cubism and graphic illustration, Talci Walci’s paintings are essentially a presentation of design ideas which seek to explore the development of Post Modernist abstraction.

Talci Walci received his BA (Hons) from University of West England, Bristol, before initiating his fine art practice in 2012.

He has exhibited works at Art Galleries Europe, Mayfair, London – where a series of his paintings and wall-mounted installations was included in the ‘Ways & Means’ group exhibition, June 2014. His work was shortlisted at the Lacey Contemporary annual Art Prize, 2016.

Talci Walci continues to exhibit extensively at central London galleries.

www.talciwalci.yolasite.com

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Exhibitions:

Candid Arts, Islington
Balham Heart @ Menier Gallery, Southwark
Sum Gallery, Crouch End
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2014
Art Galleries Europe, London, June 2014
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2016
Harts Lane Studios, London, March 2016
Bermondsey Gallery, London, April 2016
Lacey Contemporary Summer Arts Prize Show  (shortlisted finalist)   :   Lacey Contemporary Gallery,  London,  August 2016
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2017
'No Boundaries'  (curated by Liliana Gallagher)  :  Chelsea Gallery,  Chelsea Old Town Hall,  London,  April 2017
'Here and Now' :  The Tabernacle,  London,  June 2017

2018
'Tiled' : Nolias Gallery, London, Oct/Nov 2018