New Exhibition heads to The Smallest Gallery in Soho from San Francisco Artist Strider Patton
The latest exhibition at The Smallest Gallery in Soho, (K)now by San Francisco based artist Strider Patton is now open.
Strider Patton is a multidisciplinary artist specialising in large-scale mural painting. He is a self-taught artist with an academic background in anthropology and social change, creating bold and thought-provoking artwork that engages the public.
(K)now is an installation that shows a room divided, one half sterile white and the other a blast of colour, patterns and energy. The purpose of the exhibition is to remind us that barriers are perceived, that we must continue to have challenging conversations and be open to vulnerable discussions. The bold artwork aims to confront the immensity of the human condition through shared experiences, encouraging honest conversation in a ‘divided Britain’.
The Smallest Gallery in Soho is a historic shop-front on Dean Street which aims to capture people’s attention by exhibiting free and engaging artwork that’s inclusive to anyone passing through Soho.