Outside In: Discover Past

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Outside In: Discover at Cerno Capital London

Cerno Capital played host to three Outside In artists for this exciting exhibition at its London offices. This exhibition offered a unique opportunity to discover new artwork and learn about Outside In.

September 19 – November 23, 2018
Cerno Capital, 34 Sackville Street, London, W1S 3ED

A vibrant exhibition, hosted in the unique setting of Cerno Capital, this was a great opportunity to discover the work of three artists and learn more about the award-winning arts charity Outside In. Outside In: Discover ran from September 19 to November 23 and featured pieces by Jasna Nikolic, Nnena Kalu and Rakibul Chowdhury.

Speaking ahead of the exhibtion Marc Steene, director of Outside In, said: “These three artists show the depth and quality of art being produced by Outside In artists currently. Their contrasting styles and approaches show that art is still a powerful tool for self-expression and their integrity and passion shines through their work.”

Nick Hornby, managing partner at Cerno Capital, said: “We are thrilled to support the work of Outside In and provide a platform for these vibrant pieces. Outside In is instrumental in promoting and celebrating the work of artists who might otherwise not have the chance to exhibit, and we are looking forward to having such fantastic works on display.”

More from the exhibition


In this exhibition:
Jasna Nikolic

Although I have degree in art, I was associated with art brut, as a result of my visual language, the need to fill the space up, to use pure white and black paint, and the …

Nnena Kalu

Nnena Kalu binds and layers materials together. Driven by an instinctive and determined urge to build repeated marks and forms she creates raw and intense artworks. Since 2010 Nnena has created a vast number of …

Rakibul Chowdhury

My work is about exploring the relationship between everyday life and popular culture. I incorporate images of pop stars, movie icons, fashion and cartoons. Disney means a lot to me, reflecting back to childhood memories …