Solo show opening at Fiksate Gallery, New Zealand / by Lucy

‘THERE ARE VOICES TO BE HEARD’

'Circle 1' ink and acrylic on canvas, 120cm.

'Circle 1' ink and acrylic on canvas, 120cm.

'Circle 3' ink on wood, 120cm.

'Circle 3' ink on wood, 120cm.

A solo show by UK street artist Lucy McLauchlan
July 5 – August 3
Fiksate Gallery 165 Gloucester St. Christchurch. New Zealand.
Opening 5:30pm Friday 5 July

Fiksate is excited to showcase works from UK street artist Lucy McLauchlan, in a solo show titled, THERE ARE VOICES TO BE HEARD.
This touring body of work was produced in collaboration with OI YOU, the producers behind the Rise and Spectrum street art festivals, and the Tauranga Art Gallery.


British born Lucy McLauchlan's large-scale monochromatic paintings have covered multi-story buildings across Europe, gigantic billboards in China, windows in Japan, huts in The Gambia, Italian water towers, Norwegian lighthouse, Detroit car parks and abandoned NYC subway tunnels. McLauchlan’s work also adorns the walls of galleries and museums including the V & A collection in London.