Title: Celebrating Emerging British Artistry: The Troubadour Gallery to Host Solo Shows by The Cameron Twins and Zoë Moss

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London’s Soho art scene is set to shine brighter this November as The Troubadour Gallery, in collaboration with veteran art consultancy West Contemporary, opens its doors to two exciting winter solo shows. The gallery, a recent addition to the London art landscape, is dedicated to providing a versatile and central space for both established and emerging artists. Founders Alexis James and Zara Dawson, renowned for their work in the high-end entertainment industry concierge, bring their unique vision to the world of art curation.

The Troubadour Gallery, conceived by James and Dawson, former West-End actors turned Hollywood A-list fixers and owners of Golden Ticket, a premier invite-only 360-concierge company, has quickly established itself as a hub for artists and collectors. The gallery not only offers a platform for established artists but also champions emerging talent, creating a welcoming addition to London’s art scene.

Golden Ticket, known for its ability to imagine the unimaginable and challenge the unchallengeable, has now extended its expertise to the art world. The gallery’s home consultations are proving to be a boon for collectors, providing them with new and unique artworks while introducing emerging artists to a collector base of household names.

The upcoming shows at The Troubadour Gallery highlight its commitment to supporting British artists. “See No Evil” by Zoë Moss, a photorealistic oil painter and recent Young Masters award winner, promises to be her most diverse project to date. The exhibition features a body of work that combines Moss’s contemporary gold-masked icon portraiture with homages to notable 20th-century artists in her bell jar series.

“See No Evil” will run from November 17th to November 25th, 2023, at Troubadour Gallery, with a private view on November 16th from 6-9 pm.

The Cameron Twins, a collaborative multidisciplinary duo, are on a remarkable trajectory in the art world. In their second-ever London show, the twenty-four-year-old twins will present original artworks, hand-pulled screen prints, and sculptures. Known for their bold and vibrant style, they use oversaturated colors to create a surreal quality in their work, exploring the realms of childhood imagination and dreams.

“Double Take” by The Cameron Twins will run from December 1st to December 24th, 2023, at Troubadour Gallery, with a private view on November 30th from 6-9 pm.

Lex James, the visionary behind The Troubadour Gallery, expressed excitement about showcasing the talent of these emerging British artists. “We are beyond thrilled to present two fascinating shows from domestic creatives that are a celebration of British artistry, the mesmerizing emerging talent we are lucky enough to find ourselves surrounded by within London,” said James. “Furthermore, we are excited to offer our already sought-after space to impossibly talented female British artists whom I have no doubt will develop into game-changing artists of their genre.”

The Troubadour Gallery, founded in 2023, is located at 14 Smith’s Court, Soho, London, W1D 7DW, and focuses on contemporary art and rock photography.

West Contemporary, a London-based international art consultancy, is known for its collaborations with artists like Stik, Fin DAC, Mick Rock, Denis O’Regan, and d*face.

Zoë Moss is an award-winning British photorealistic oil painter based in London.

The Cameron Twins are a multidisciplinary collaborative duo based in London and are regular collaborators with West Contemporary.

Diane Pernet

A LEGENDARY FIGURE IN FASHION and a pioneer of blogging, Diane is a respected journalist, critic, curator and talent-hunter based in Paris. During her prolific career, she designed her own successful brand in New York, costume designer, photographer, and filmmaker.