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Zavier Ellis

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Empire, 2009 Oil on Panel 55x45cm © The Artist
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The Nest of Putrefaction, 2009 Oil on Canvas 42x42cm © The Artist
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The Prophet, 2009 Oil on Panel 65x54.5cm © The Artist
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Reconstruction, 2009 Light Box © The Artist
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SBK #1743, The Coat of Werner Hofbichler , 2008 Coat & Inkjet Print Dimensions Variable
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News from Nowhere, 2009 Mixed Media Dimensions Variable
Jackson__the_fur_coat__oil_on_wood_panel_60x60cm_2010
The Fur Coat, 2009 Oil on Panel 60x60cm
Jackson__the_blue_dream__oil_on_panel_15x15cm_2009
The Blue Dream , 2009 Oil on Panel 50x50cm
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Beauty , 2009 Oil on Panel 17.5x13.5cm
Shepherd__the_ventriloquist__oil_on_canvas_35x30cm_2009
The Ventriloquist, 2009 Oil Canvas 35x30cm
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El Voodoo Conjuro, 2008 Oil on Canvas 50.5x40.5cm
Jessop__demonology__250x171cm_oil___acrylic_on_canvas_2010
Demonology, 2010 Oil & Acrylic on Canvas 250x171cm
Nolan__rhythm_of_cruelty__184x154cm_oil_on_canvas_2010
Rhythm of Cruelty, 2010 Oil on Canvas 184x154cm
Nolan__king_s_lead_hat__184x154cm_oil_on_canvas_2010
King's Lead Hat, 2010 Oil on Canvas 184x154cm
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Saviour Machine , 2010 Oil on Canvas 30.5x25.5cm
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The End of Days, 2014 Liquitex Acrylic, Spray Paint, Oil, Tape, Collage on Board 200x300cm © Courtesy of the Artist and Charlie Smith London
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Quick Facts
Birthplace
Windsor
Lives in
London
Works in
London
Tags
pop, mixed-media, realism, installation, landscape, video-art, performance, modern, photography, abstract, research, graffiti/street-art, figurative, gallery, conceptual, sculpture, exhibition/performance
Statement

Zavier Ellis identifies London’s best new talent to curate Young Gods at GriffinGallery and CHARLIE SMITH LONDON for the third year running.
Ellis’ annual selection of graduates from London art schools is recognized as a key barometerof the best new London artists.The exhibition has a proven track record of discovering vital new artists and introducing themto the international market. Previous selections have gone on to considerable success withgalleries, museums and collectors, including three artists from the 2013 selection beingplaced in the world renowned Saatchi Gallery collection.
This year sees a combination of painting, sculpture, installation and video by seven artistsfrom China, Italy, Netherlands, Norway & United Kingdom, illustrating the international natureof today’s London art schools intake.  
Showing simultaneously at west London’s Griffin Gallery and east London’s CHARLIE SMITHLONDON, the exhibition will feature the same artists at both sites, enabling a differentcuratorial perspective at each gallery. Combined the exhibition will feature work that iscomplex, sensational, confrontational and absurd.Zavier Ellis identifies London’s best new talent to curate Young Gods at GriffinGallery and CHARLIE SMITH LONDON for the third year running.
Ellis’ annual selection of graduates from London art schools is recognized as a key barometerof the best new London artists.The exhibition has a proven track record of discovering vital new artists and introducing themto the international market. Previous selections have gone on to considerable success withgalleries, museums and collectors, including three artists from the 2013 selection beingplaced in the world renowned Saatchi Gallery collection.
This year sees a combination of painting, sculpture, installation and video by seven artistsfrom China, Italy, Netherlands, Norway & United Kingdom, illustrating the international natureof today’s London art schools intake.  
Showing simultaneously at west London’s Griffin Gallery and east London’s CHARLIE SMITHLONDON, the exhibition will feature the same artists at both sites, enabling a differentcuratorial perspective at each gallery. Combined the exhibition will feature work that iscomplex, sensational, confrontational and absurd.