Atomica Gallery Presents: ‘Bromance’, the first solo exhibition from British artist and illustrator Jack Pearce, opening October 2013.
Combining themes from both native and contemporary popular culture, Jack interprets traditional ideas of brotherhood within a modern context. Bromance depicts ‘dudes having a good time’. His exploration of male relationships and rituals revolves around playful characters hanging out, skateboarding and drinking beers.
“Behind the idea is an opinion I have about the way male friendships are perceived. I like to remind people that guys can have fun together. By surrounding the viewer with these bearded dancing tribesmen I want them to feel like they are one of them.”
Jack is currently based in London where he works from his studio, an abandoned care home canteen. He uses Indian ink and a paintbrush to create
bold black lines that endow his characters with a dark mischievous glare and other curious details.
Bromance will comprise of a series of Jack’s signature A1 sized compositions alongside other work
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showcasing his unique tribal-influenced style. The exhibition will also feature a larger piece created specifically for one of the gallery’s interior walls.
Having already featured twice on revered art blog Fecal Face, this inaugural solo exhibition from Jack Pearce at Atomica Gallery announces the arrival of an exciting new talent.