Tender LoinTahnee Lonsdale 5 Jun - 27 Jul 2019Dellasposa is delighted to announce Tender Loin, by Tahnee Lonsdale. The exhibition marks her debut solo exhibition at the gallery.
LA-based, British artist Tahnee Lonsdale creates compelling paintings that address relationships, sex, and female empowerment. Her paintings are a mirror into our world while presenting a personal journey that balances the ambiguous roles of a 21st-century mother, woman, artist. Where women experience a push and pull interplay between internalised roles and external demands, they are entangled and embroiled in a history of expectations wedded to a nurturing and delicate persona, simultaneously existing in an expansive space for women's inherent independence, power, and strength.
The Future is Female21 Mar - 4 May 2019Dellasposa is honoured to host a selection of international artists who, in their own aesthetic expression, dare greatly and lead boldly the new generation of women artists in the 21st Century. Artists are the heroes of our times, and the history makers of our culture. Dellasposa is proud to present new and recent work of work by Alicia Paz, Tahnee Lonsdale, Ehryn Torrell, and Gail Olding. All artists have a powerful message conveyed through their art, and rooted the experiences of many women’s role in the world. With these artist’s vision, we can see that the future is female.
Site Unseen31 Oct 2018 - 22 Jan 2019Dellasposa is delighted to present the inaugural exhibition Site Unseen, a curated presentation of contemporary artists and modern masters. The exhibition has been selected with care to showcase both the range and the scope of the gallery – from established names of the 20th century to radical younger figures from the 21st century.
Over a period of weeks, Site Unseen will transform the gallery into a series of evocative displays blending works by eight artists working in the medium of painting, photography, sculpture, and printmaking. Exhibited artists include contemporary artists Alexander James Hamilton, Darren Coffield, Gail Olding, Guy Haddon Grant, Isabella Watling, Rad Husak, Sabatino Cersosimo, and Tahnee Lonsdale.