Canadian born, London-dwelling artist Allison Katz unveils her multi-location solo show "Artery" at the Camden Arts Centre (as well as Canadian High Commission on Trafalgar Square) on the 14th of January, 2022. 

Made up of many new works created over 2020, when the world was isolated, for Katz, the show is an exploration of the spaces in between. According to the press release, “Artery” is a resonant and loaded title: she says: “I want to emphasise the non-order of things, from inside to out”. Preoccupation by the concept of networks and channels, by the spaces between inside and outside, experience and image is at the forefront, as well as by painting’s traditional relationship to the haptic, that is, to not-touching. How very 2022 (still!)

In a twist of fate, the coincidental address of Katz’s childhood home on Finchley Road, Hampstead, Quebec, Canada is shared with Camden Art Centre, on Finchley Road, Hampstead, London, United Kingdom. Which to us, is a sure sign that her new show was always meant to debut there. For more magic, make sure to hotfoot it to the exhibition.

Book your free ticket to view the show HERE