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


Installation view


Laurence Callaghan, Untitled, 2012, oil on canvas


Installation view


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


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


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


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).