Lucy Mclauchlan is a contemporary artist from Birmingham, England. She is part of the "Beat 13!" collective. Lucy combines art deco, psychedelic and childlike
motifs to make pieces that are delicate and tender yet engaging and provocative. With Rain People, a hanging structure made from multiple painted wooden
elements, she recently branched into sculpture, effortlessly occupying the topical territory between installation and interior design. Her work has appeared
in magazines including Hidden Tracks, Hand to Eye, Creative Review, Graphic International, DPM, Graphic Britain, IdN magazine, Modart, Relax and Plus81.
In 2001, she and Beat 13! had an exhibition at the Horse Hospital arts venue in central London. Her first solo London show, Expressive Deviant Phonology,
ran from December 2007-January 2008, at LAZ.inc in Soho. Lucy has exhibited all over the world, from London's Victoria and Albert Museum to the Eclectic
Gallery in London and Tokyo.
Hang-Up is a London based contemporary art gallery located in the vibrant and bohemian neighbourhood of Stoke Newington. The gallery presents a dynamic exhibition program of fresh and forward thinking work from our roster of artists, photographers and makers. We show both young artists at the early stages of their careers alongside established names from the art world. We tie it together by seeking out and showing only those who are inherently creative, artists whom in some way break the mould from the traditional, pushing the boundaries either in terms of their work, their message or both. Read More >