As property prices continue soaring across the capital, young artists are being priced out London and pushed towards Suburbia. When It’s Nice That’s Bryony Stone came across four young, talented emerging artists – one whose studio was based in Kent and the others in their bedrooms – this got her thinking. Stone conceived the idea of ‘bringing artists who didn’t have studios in London into this idiosyncratic space directly underneath the busiest station in the UK’ – cue Stone’s second instalment of her all:in series.
After the success of all in: the mind, Stone returns to the House of Vans’ gallery space with an exhibition set to spark more meaningful conversations; all in: progress will bring together fine artist Alfie Kungu, fashion designer Paolina Russo, painter George Rouy and multidisciplinary artist Wilson Oryema and turn Van’s Tunnel 1 art gallery into their live studios. Over the course of August, each artist will create a new body of work across fine art, sculpture and fashion; with their open studio driving their practice in unexpected directions and gifting the public with a rare insight into their creative process. This will all gear up for the grand Final Showcase on 23rd August, unveiling their anticipated, new creations after their four week residency is up.