28 September to 1 October 2023
Saatchi Gallery, London

We are delighted to announce that we will be participating in the British Art Fair, in the SOLO CONTEMPORARY featuring paintings by Rebecca Scott.
Find us in the Solo Contemporary section at stand 12.

‘The paintings of the Immigrants were inspired by the epic painting the ‘Raft of Medusa’ by Theodore Gericault, a tragic story of a shipwreck from the 1818/19, which hangs in the Louvre, and contemporary photographs from the internet of immigrants fleeing their homes with nothing but their lives. The images have such similarities despite them being 200 years apart, it fills me with compassion and makes me wonder what their lives and stories they have left behind are’.

– Rebecca Scott, 2022.

Migrants and Emojis, The Smiley Face, (triptych), 2022, oil on canvas, 150 x 400cm. All works copyright the artist.

Rebecca Scott (b. 1960 Cumbria, UK) studied at Chelsea School of Art and Goldsmiths University, London, and is Co-Founder of Cross Lane Projects.

Selected exhibitions: Landscape of the Gods, Cross Lane Projects, Kendal (2023); High on Hope, Cross Lane Projects, Kendal (2022); A Modern Capricho, Vestry St, London (2022); Salon for a Speculative Future, Chisenhale Art Place, London, (2020); Dirty Pictures, Standpoint Gallery, London (2019); Amsterdam, curated by Vanya Balogh & Mario Varas Sanchez, London (2019); IX Bienal de Jafre / Jafre Biennale, Jafre, Spain (2019); The Fight (Abstraction vs Figuration), Kunstgenerator, Geneva, Switzerland (2019); Auto-Destruct, Cross Lane Projects, Kendal, Cumbria (2019); Female Trouble – Paula Rego and Rebecca Scott, Cross Lane Projects, Kendal (2018); Protocol, curated by Vanya Balogh, Q-Park, Cavendish Square, London (2018); Flugblatter, curated by Birgit Jensen, Maebashi, Japan (2018); Artist For a Day, Flowers Gallery, Cork St, London (2014); Tables d’Artistes,19 Rue Paul Fort, Paris (2012).


Light and Land

by Juliet Klottrup

In association with Kendal Mountain Festival 2023

8 November to 9 December 2023

‘Light and Land’ A new photographic and painting exhibition by a local artist Juliet Klottrup.

Juliet immerses herself in the region, capturing its essence through landscapes, portraiture, and abstract compositions. Her images not only depict raw rural landscapes but also the people deeply connected to the land.

Meticulously captured with an analogue camera on medium format film, these photos serve as a contemporary archive, reflecting a unique moment in our evolving history.
In the transition from photos to paintings, Juliet translates sensory experiences into abstract art, infusing her canvases with vibrant colour, light, and movement.

“Light and Land” beautifully explores the relationship between the local natural world and the human connections it inspires.