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23 Jul 2021

New Art Exhibition Unveils At Television Centre

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Artists Antoinette Jordaine London and Charlotte Posner present UNITY - a new art exhibition inspired by the heritage of Television Centre

The collaborative works will unveil on Thursday 29th July and be on display until 31st August. Over 15 artworks will be exhibited, unveiling the energetic, inspiring and contemporary style of the duo’s new work.

Opening night will offer visitors the change to meet the artists and watch them create a new artwork live. Limited edition prints will be available to purchase, with a 10% discount for visitors. 

Address: Solar Pergola, Television Centre Forecourt, 1 Wood Lane, White City
Date: Thursday, 29th July 2021
Time: 6:30PM – no booking required.

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About The Artists

Antoinette Jordaine 

Antoinette Jordaine is a London born and based artist inspired by that perfectly imperfect journey of life, love and her surroundings. Her main interests and inspirations are typography, affirmations, interior design, travel, and architecture. Her use of bold colours, and lines are distinctive to Antoinette Jordaine’s style. 

Antoinette Jordaine is currently working on partnerships with well known brands, and commissions launching in Summer 2021, and has works displayed across London, including on the walls of The MediaWorks at White City Place, and has a collection inspired by Lockdown 2020 currently represented by a renowned South Kensington Gallery. 

Charlotte Posner

British contemporary artist, Charlotte Posner, is a new breed of artistic talent, driven by a passionate need to create a 360 approach to artistic expression. Her style and popularity exploded onto the public scene in 2014 when she received her first Royal Academy placement as part of the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition and was profiled on BBC TV Culture Show. A Social media frenzy then erupted when she first introduced her ‘Pop Dolls’ series to the public in 2015. Coca-Cola, Walls, Kellogg's, Nails INC and Disney all complimented the works and one piece later became the creative for the Magnum UK social media platforms. 

Inspired by people, places and popular culture from all over the world, Charlotte’s signature art style is distinguishable by its expression of shape and form, colour and confidence.