Illustration By Rosa and Carlotta Crepax, Illustrated Moodboard.

Exploring boundaries between cities, cultures and institutions, laced together through the poetics of space, Wanderings documents the varying approaches to city life of a select group of emerging international artists.

The emerging talent of London’s promising contemporary art scene meets Latin American artists quenching their wanderlust on new shores, and a team of Italian twins welding together art and fashion. This exhibition is the brainchild of a collective of Goldsmiths based curators, entrepreneurs and artists.

Illustration by Jennifer Pitchers, ELX Art.

Exhibiting artists include: Alberto Borea, Rosa & Carlotta Crepax, William Goldsmith, Edi Hirose, Jennifer Matignas Pitchers, Jonathan Molina Arroyo, Josè Vera Matos and Jacob Wolff.

Artwork by Rosa and Carlotta Crepax, Illustrated Moodboard.

Wanderings is curated by Hannah Thorne and produced by ELX Art and Amelia's Magazine contributors Illustrated Moodboard, with support from Galería Lucia de la Puente.

Artwork by Alberto Borea.

Select Artist bios:

ALBERTO BOREA was born in Lima, Peru in 1979. His work has been exhibited in several solo shows, as well as group shows in Latin America, Europe and the U.S. He lives and works between New York and Lima and is represented by Galería Lucia de la Puente.

ROSA & CARLOTTA CREPAX are twin sisters from Milan and London based visual artists. Their work is influenced by fashion and fashion photography. They use a wide range of media to create elegant, colourful and whimsical interpretations of style, contemporary life and culture. Their work aims to address questions of equality, diversity, inclusion and exclusion in relation to gender and sexuality. Their work has been featured in the pages of publications worldwide including Vogue Italia, Glamour, Grazia, Amica, Io Donna, La Repubblica, and Il Corriere della Sera. They have collaborated with a series of brands including Trussardi, Absolut Vodka, Tia Maria, and Pinco Pallino. They live and work in London.

JENNIFER MATIGNAS PITCHERS studied illustration at Camberwell College of Arts and lives and works in London. Born in 1985 to British and Filipino parents, her personal work focuses on identity, belonging and a sense of place. Often linear in style, she explores traditional ink techniques and experiments with etching and relief printing. Her work for Wanderings is inspired by her native Whitechapel. She has previously worked in collaboration with fashion designer Coco Fennell and Samsung, and many years ago worked at Amelia's Magazine. She is currently the Artist in Residence at the Gate Theatre, a role supported by the Chelsea Arts Club Trust. Jennifer is represented by ELX Art.