Apr 20, 2018 | By Sarah Housley
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Last Thursday saw the opening night of Richie Culver’s solo exhibition ‘Too Dark One Light’ at the newly opened gallery space of concept store Late Night Chameleon Café in East London.
The show comprised paintings, photographs, collages and mixed media installations along the heavily autobiographical themes of love, relationship loss and communication.
Culver attracted an impressive roster of guests and supporters to the opening night, considering he has no formal art school training, including Steven Fry, model Cara Delevigne, Amy Molyneux and British designer Adrien Sauvage.
Highlights from the show included several variations of the painting ‘I Loved You’, a heartbreaking honest love letter spray-painted onto the house of a former girlfriend depicting the breakdown of their relationship.
Too Dark One Light is on show until July 7th, by appointment only. Artwork can also be viewed at the LN-CC website.
Watch out for Stylesight’s forthcoming report highlighting the poignant work of this fascinating young artist from Hull – Samantha Fox.
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