Wasp Elder hosts his first solo show ‘Victims of Circumstance’ in London with the 1963 Gallery

A must see show!

Inspiring City

Berlin based British artist Wasp Elder returned to London to showcase his work with the 1963 Gallery at the 5th Base exhibition space just off Brick Lane in the heart of London’s east end.

The spot is a popular one for artists wanting a central venue in which to exhibit and we’ve visited it a few times ourselves recently, most notably featuring the works of Dan Kitchener and Andrea Tyrimos as they hosted solo shows in the same spot.

For Wasp this was his first solo show which also represented a first for the 1963 Gallery which has moved from its previous digs in Dalston to become a roving gallery looking to host pop up shows like this one in venues across the city.

237A9263 One of the main images from the show on the opening night.  Picture by Edwina Rider

The work itself is a mixture of canvas, sketches and…

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