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Laurence Callaghan, Wild towel, 2012, oil on cotton & Isabel Nolan, Disorder is always increasing, 2008 balsa, jesmonite, paint, MDF

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Installation view

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Laurence Callaghan, Untitled, 2012, oil on canvas

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Installation view

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Laurence Callaghan, Britain’s next top model, 2009, enamel paint on a model plane

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Laurence Callaghan, Untitled painting, brings joy, 2012 watercolour on paper

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Laurence Callaghan, But for now, 2012, oil on paper, edition of books (2 of 5)

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Laurence Callaghan, The prophet Ez, 2012, oil on chocolate bar wrapper

Laurence Callaghan & Isabel Nolan

5 – 20 May, 2012
Fri – Sun 12—5pm or by appointment

An exhibition of painting and sculpture by Laurence Callaghan and Isabel Nolan.

Laurence Callaghan b. 1986, Surrey has been a Rhubaba studio member since 2009. He works with drawing and painting on a variety of surfaces, creating images on fabric, newsprint and in handmade books. To accompany the body of new work for Rhubaba, Callaghan has created a series of large-scale artists books.

Isabel Nolan b. 1974, Dublin, Ireland has exhibited widely in the UK and Europe, with recent solo-shows at Kerlin Gallery, Dublin and Goethe Institute, London. She represented Ireland at the 2005 Venice Biennale in a group exhibition, which was subsequently presented at the Lewis Glucksman Gallery, Cork. In this exhibition Nolan will show a sculpture entitled ‘Disorder is always increasing’ (2008).