This Summer, DegreeArt in partnership with the Bingham Riverhouse, brings you 'The Language of Shapes' — an exhibition featuring the artworks of Samuel Ryde and Sam Wagner, portraying the masculine essence through geometric shapes and bold contrasts of colour and form.
PRIVATE VIEW: Tuesday 13th June 2023 5-8pm R.S.V.P. essential
SHOW RUNS: Until 25th July 2023
WHERE: 61 - 63 Petersham Road, Richmond Upon Thames, Surrey, TW10 6UT
For further information, please contact Jenna Sachs Jenna@DegreeArt.com
About Samuel Ryde:
Samuel Ryde is a British documentary photographer living in London. His work has been featured on the BBC, in the New York Times, The Observer, Wired and Dazed. Samuel has an obsession to document the conventional parts of life we don't notice, bringing life and character to objects that are remarkably unremarkable. His interior project ‘Hand Dryers’ is a testament to that. Capturing the servitude of an object that is at once as recognisable as it is forgettable. From LA to London, New York to Newport, each location reveals the character of the scene.
About Sam Wagner:
Sam Wagner is a New York-based artist who focuses on shape and harmony of composition. His work attempts to stray away from the expected use of value and perspective to draw a childlike wonder from the viewer. Sam’s fascination with bold lines, hard edges, and technology can be seen in his primarily geometric abstract, and Suprematism works. He hopes to create structure and clarity often unavailable in daily life.