Alexander Berggruen opens a group show with works by Freya Douglas-Morris, Tom Howse, and Talia Levitt

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Alexander Berggruen opens a group show with works by Freya Douglas-Morris, Tom Howse, and Talia Levitt
Talia Levitt, Crybaby, 2022. Acrylic on canvas, 24 x 30 in. Copyright the artist Courtesy of the artist and Alexander Berggruen, New York. Photo: Dario Lasagni.

NEW YORK, NY.- Alexander Berggruen announces their new exhibition, a group show, Freya Douglas-Morris, Tom Howse, Talia Levitt. This show opened Wednesday, July 20, 2022.

Constructing realities shaped by personal and collective nostalgia, Freya Douglas Morris, Tom Howse, and Talia Levitt build tender worlds where surprises await a close observer. Though each artist has a distinct painterly aesthetic and focus, all three reveal richly-hued perspectives that herald sincere investigations of the human experience.

Freya Douglas-Morris (b. 1980, London, United Kingdom) received a BA in fine arts from Brighton University, Brighton, UK and an MA in painting from the Royal College of Art, London, UK. Her work has been featured at galleries and museums including Alexander Berggruen, NY; Arusha Gallery, Edinburgh, UK; FreshStart, Los Angeles, CA; HDM Gallery, Shenzhen, CN; The Manchester Contemporary, Manchester UK; Saatchi Gallery, London, UK; Newlyn Art Gallery, Cornwall, UK; CS Hospiz Rennweg, Vienna, AT; Arcade Fine Arts, London UK; Studiolo Project, Milan, IT; Yellow Gallery & Transition Gallery, Varese, IT; Dallas Contemporary Museum, Dallas, TX; and Liverpool Biennial, UK. The artist lives and works in London, UK.

Tom Howse (b. 1988, Chester, UK) received a BA from Wimbledon College of Art, London, UK in 2011. His work has been exhibited at Linseed Projects, Shanghai, CN; Lychee One Gallery, London, UK; Galleri Opdahl, Stavanger, NO; Rod Barton Gallery, London, UK; Tanja Pol Galerie, Munich, DE; Frestonian Gallery, London, UK; Ratskeller Galerie, Berlin, DE; PM/AM Gallery, London, UK; Saatchi Gallery, London, UK; Koppe Astner, London, UK; Galleri Kant, Copenhagen, DK; Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK; Attercliffe TM, Sheffield, UK; J Hammond Projects, London, UK; CO2 Gallery, Rome, IT; and Londonewcastle Project Space, London, UK. Howse lives and works in London, UK.

Talia Levitt (b. 1989, Brooklyn, NY) received a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design, Providence, RI in 2011 and an MFA from CUNY Hunter, New York, NY in 2019. Levitt also attended the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, was a New York Foundation of the Arts Painting Fellow and a Rhode Island State Council on the Arts Painting Fellow, and received a Rema Hort Mann Emerging Artist Grant. Her work has been exhibited at Bill Brady Gallery, Los Angeles, CA; Morgan Lehman, New York, NY; ATM Gallery, New York, NY; Frieze NY with Francois Ghebaly; Fredericks & Freiser, New York, NY; and Hesse Flatow, New York, NY. The artist will be included in forthcoming shows at Carl Kostyal, Milan, IT; and F2T, Milan, IT. Levitt lives and works in Brooklyn, NY.

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