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Lates at 99 King's Road Artist Studios
Lates at 99 King's Road Artist Studios

Lates at 99 King's Road Artist Studios

An opportunity to visit new artist’s studios, to meet the artists and makers and find out more about their work. Artists include; Joy Bomb London (Aka Amy Broch), Lidiia Dresch, Julie Fitzpatrick, Russ Jones, Roisin Jones, Laura Mila, Penelope Meredith, Karolina Ursula Urbaniak and Tomoko Yamanaka.

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When + Where

28 Jun 2024, 17:00 – 20:00

99 King's Road Artist Studios , 99 King's Rd, London SW3 4PA, UK


Join the artists at this wonderul new artist’s studios in Chelsea.

From painters, installation artists, photographers, fashion designers and stylists. Drop by and get to know the artists; a unique opportunity to see, hear about and discuss the work-in-progress that they have been developing.

Late opening: 28th 5-8pm

Studio Weekend:

29th 12-6pm 30th 12-5pm

Artists: Joy Bomb London (Aka Amy Broch), Lidiia Dresch, Julie Fitzpatrick, Russ Jones, Roisin Jones, Laura Mila, Penelope Meredith, Karolina Ursula Urbaniak and Tomoko Yamanaka.

Joy Bomb London

Artist Amy Broch, explores the themes of love, death, and sex in the context of 21st-century femininity. Her work is characterized by a bold, confrontational aesthetic that draws on a range of media, including painting, sculpture, and performance art.

Lidiia Dresch

Lidiia Dresch is a visionary Ukrainian designer. Lidiia stands at the threshold of her artistic odyssey, passionately dedicated to launching her avant-garde fashion label, MOHEN. Through her designs, Lidiia endeavours to spark dialogues and encourage people to rethink their perspectives on fashion and society.

Julie Fitzpatrick

As a mixed-media artist, her creations serve as portals into the intricate tapestry of human emotions and thoughts. Julie's artistic journey seeks to unravel the essence of boundary, where fantasies intertwine with fears, compelling us to embrace the ineffable beauty within.

Russ Jones

Russ Jones is a conceptual artist and painter exploring themes of free will and identity. He is currently working with the Arts council researching modern perspectives on love and his work has been shown in NY, Miami, Austin, Paris and London.

Laura Milá

Through sweeping strokes of large abstract canvases, Laura's narrative is of her homeland remembered and reimagined. A hopeful ode to the future — a future where the children of Colombia can flourish under skies stitched with promise. Through her art, she channels the sentiment of her past, casting it forward in colours that speak of pain transformed into beauty.

Penelope Meredith

Penelope Meredith is a stylist and founder of the Rhulan Archive, a collection of luxury vintage and pre-loved collectable clothing. She’s also creating a womenswear and menswear line, with pieces made in England and limited in number, using luxury fabrics and couture finishing. Her designs honour the cut and craft of vintage clothing but work within a relaxed, contemporary wardrobe.

Karolina Ursula Urbaniak

Karolina Ursula Urbaniak is a multi-media artist and co-founder of Infinity Land Press. Her practice transcends traditional boundaries, blending digital innovation with tangible artistic expression. With a portfolio that includes photography, video art, sound design and sculpture, Urbaniak is renowned for creating works that engage audiences on a profound level.

Tomoko Yamanaka

A UK-based textile designer from Japan, Tomoko produces her own original, high quality 100% British Alpaca yarns spun by a mill in Dorset. Each winter, she designs a collection of knitwear under her label Cabinet.

Tomoko is Associate Lecture in Textile at Chelsea College of Art (UAL).


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