Lot 144 - Grace McNerney - Gas Station Chronicles III
Lot 144 - Grace McNerney - Gas Station Chronicles III

Lot 144 - Grace McNerney - Gas Station Chronicles III

Oil on canvas on paper

2024

A6 (10x15cm)

Original Artwork

Signed on Verso

This auction is raising proceeds for The Hepatitis C Trust

Curated by Art on a Postcard

ARTIST INFO

About 

Grace McNerney (b. 2001, Harrogate) is a London based painter and photographer, whose practice pursues spectacle and comedy in the liminal and mundane. McNerney revels in the everyday, taking as inspiration such worlds as office culture, airline health and safety, and slot machines. Her projects, usually expansive series of works around a single of these themes, involve film, canvas, and sculpture.  
 

Education 

Chelsea College of Art (Fine Art BA) 

Select Exhibitions/Awards 

Vanner Gallery – Graduate Artist Exhibition January 2024 – February 2024 Curated by David Christie Millbank Tower New Artist Exhibition September 2023 - September 2024. Curated by Joshua Y’Barbo. Crème Fraiche – Emerging Artist Exhibition at The Institute of Contemporary Arts October 2023. Curated by Mark Stevenson. 1 Warwick House Members Club Exhibiting Artist since March 2023- work currently permanently on display at the 1 Warwick Club Soho (nunshocked.jpg – see portfolio) The Holy Art Praxis Exhibition January 2022  
 

Statement about AOAP Submitted Artwork  

Gas Station Chronicles (part i,ii and iii) is an oil on canvas series that depicts three aspects the female condition in three different states - the surreal, the spiritual and the performative. I wanted to create a pseudo 'Holy Trinity' of what feminity felt like to me, visually. 

 

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