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Article: Precision Burners: The Art of Rebellion by Remi Rough

Precision Burners: The Art of Rebellion by Remi Rough

Precision Burners: The Art of Rebellion by Remi Rough

JG Contemporary is delighted to announce the upcoming solo exhibition of renowned British artist Remi Rough, titled "Precision Burners." The exhibition, a reflection of Remi's 39-year long journey in art, will take place at JG Contemporary, located at 45 Churchfield Road, W3 6AY, from 21st April to 4th May. The private view will be held on 20th April from 6-9 pm.

"Precision Burners" is a collection of works that showcase Remi Rough's exceptional precision and skill, honed through his four decades as a style writer. The artist, a key figure in the counterculture movement, is deeply influenced by the early days of experimentation and invention in graffiti. Remi's paintings present a more advanced language, capturing the dynamism of form while exploring a deeper meaning.

As a part of the most significant art movement today, Remi Rough's latest creations challenge the viewer to engage with art in a new way. In a world where we often view art through the limited lens of digital screens, the minutiae of detail is often lost. "Precision Burners" highlights these intricate details, showcasing the artist's almost four-decade journey to create something meaningful out of rebellion.

Theo Van Doesburg once said, "There is an old and a new consciousness of time. The old is connected with the individual. The new is connected with the universal." Remi Rough's works embody this evolution of consciousness, displaying a maturity that goes beyond the aesthetics.

Exhibition Details:

  • Exhibition Name: Precision Burners
  • Featured Artist: Remi Rough
  • Venue: JG Contemporary, 45 Churchfield Road, W3 6AY
  • Private View: 20th April, 6-9 pm
  • Opens to the public: 21st April
  • Exhibition Duration: 21st April to 4th May

JG Contemporary is conveniently located just a few minutes away from Elizabeth Line (Acton Main), Acton Central Overground, Acton Town, and East Acton stations. It is easily accessible from Uxbridge Road/Acton High Street.

To request a show catalogue or for more information, please contact Jewel Goodby at or 07525 143 009.

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