David Bray’s ‘Great Disasters of the 20th Century’ opens this week at Stolen Space in London

UK based artist David Bray recently sent me over a couple sneak peeks from his upcoming solo show opening this week at the esteemed Stolen Space gallery in London, England.

‘Great Disasters of the 20th Century’ – on view Feb. 4th – Feb. 27th at Stolen Space

“David Bray’s delicate portraits convey a certain sense of darkness, where fantasy and emotion seems to collide. He uses paper and pen to create clean yet complex artwork that is at once beautiful, bold and haunting.” – Juxtapoz

“David Bray’s world is one of fantasy. His drawings, immensely detailed scenes of the erotic and enigmatic nature, are extensions of this world. Immediately grabbing the attention of the viewer, one becomes part of the beauty and emotion so carefully constructed by Bray. The work holds a great deal of history within it as well with clear influences of artists such as Klimt or Elvgren, Bray taking what he knows and making it something purely his.” – Hi-Fructose

Get ready for Bray’s debut U.S. solo show coming up this July with us here at Thinkspace. We had an amazing reaction to his piece that we featured in our 5 Year Anniversary Show and can’t wait to profile more of his engaging work this summer.

Keep up with David here: www.davidbray.eu

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