exhibition critiques ‘Free World’ Politics
15th August 2004, the Chambers Gallery is housing the preview of Faye
Briony’s debut exhibition ‘The Trial of Tartuffe’, which
runs until 31st August 2004.
Inspired by Molière’s Tartuffe, Briony’s provocative
debut exhibition highlights the contemporary relevance of Molière’s
central theme of pious hypocracy. In a vibrant mix of acrylic, oil and
pastels, the exhibition features a series of paintings that investigate
the double standards in ‘Free World’ politics, drawing attention
to issues such as the trial-less detention of inmates at Guantanamo Bay.
Other exhibits include a selection of Briony’s figurative work and
portraits of Dublin Singer-Songwriters Paddy Casey and Declan O’Rourke.
This summer Preview event takes place 5.00 – 8.00pm at the Chambers
Gallery and includes refreshments and acoustic guitar/ mandolin (Chris
Frewin and Rob Charlton).
‘The Trial of Tartuffe’ exhibition runs 16 – 31 August,
10.00 – 7.00pm daily, at the Chambers Gallery, Long Lane , London.
Admittance: Free. For more information, and directions to the Chambers
Gallery, please visit www.fayebriony.com.
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For images, interviews or preview tickets please contact: Faye Briony
T: 07919 446 228 E: email@example.com W: www.fayebriony.com
Notes to Editors:
? The Trial of Tartuffe Exhibition – Faye Briony
August 16th - August 31st, 2004
Gallery Opening Hours: 10am - 7pm
Nearest tube: Barbican (turn right out of station and then right onto
Buses: 4, 55, 56, 100 153, 243, N35
of Tartuffe is a set of paintings which exposes and satirises our present
political situation. It is an exhibition inspired in part by 17th century
French writer, Molière and also by the lyrics of Neil Young. The
paintings are a mixture of beauty and irony with an underlying poignancy.
Born in Manchester 1977, with family links to south India. Studied Art
and French at Oxford Brookes university. Graduated in 2000.
has a programme of temporary exhibitions by students at the RCA and other
young, emerging artists.