FullerMaps: ‘Get Lost’ Exhibition of Original Works
Palm Tree Gallery is very proud to host Fuller‘s debut London exhibition of his socially insightful works on paper and new pieces that stray away from his typical style.
BY BEA MARTIN
Fuller is known for drawing intricate maps, often described as psycho-geographical, of places he has lived in.
As such he observes the identity of places at a particular space in time. His depiction of London will be on display which spans a decade of exploration and provides a unique social commentary.
The British Library and Museum of London have recently acquired prints for their collections.
An archival print of ‘London Town’ has been acquired by The British Library and Museum of London
Fuller’s latest work London Town is a psychogeographic map of London: the unmistakable vibe of the ultimate metropolis. Instantly recognisable not just by the emblematic landmarks but also by the enchanting chaos beloved by all who know this crazy, pulsating, ever-changing but ever-beautiful world city.
Delve into the drawings: the unstoppable skyscrapers, the raw decadence, the infinite energy, the limitless creativity and the ceaseless urban expansion – all recreated here as a testament to a great city and its unbridled future.
This is a rare opportunity to see Fuller’s original works. Do not miss it!
May 6 – 23 at Palm Tree Gallery, 291 Portobello Road | London, W10 5