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Lhouette is regarded as one of the United Kingdom’s leading urban pop artists. His meteoric rise has been nothing short of remarkable.

HYPER POP

A HIGH-SPEED COLLABORATION

Get ready to immerse yourself in a vibrant world where art, speed, and innovation collide. Lhouette, the visionary British pop artist, has unveiled his groundbreaking project, HYPER POP, in collaboration with the esteemed Wyecliffe Galleries. This artistic revolution pushes boundaries, ignites imaginations, and redefines the very essence of contemporary art.

Fueling this artistic journey is none other than the world-famous automotive and social media personality, Shmee150. With his generous contribution of the iconic Ford GT, Shmee150 has become an instrumental collaborator in this extraordinary project, fusing the realms of art and supercars like never before.

Experience the electrifying creation process as Lhouette's masterful brushstrokes breathe life into his HYPER POP collection. With explosive colors, dynamic lines, and bold compositions, Lhouette's art transcends traditional boundaries, captivating the viewer and sparking a sense of wonder.

At the forefront of this artistic revolution stands Wyecliffe Galleries, the renowned destination for exceptional art acquisitions. With their unparalleled expertise and extensive collection of Lhouette's works, Wyecliffe Galleries serves as the gateway to immerse yourself in his artistic universe. From original pieces to boutique and deluxe editions, each artwork captures Lhouette's unmistakable fusion of urban grit and pop culture iconography.

Furthermore, the awe-inspiring Ford GT, wrapped in Lhouette's mesmerizing artwork, will be showcased at the prestigious Goodwood Festival of Speed. This iconic event celebrates the passion for speed, heritage, and automotive excellence, providing the perfect stage to witness the exhilarating convergence of art and supercars.

The journey doesn't end here. The original works from Lhouette's HYPERPOP project will find their place at the esteemed Bonhams Pop X Culture auction. Back in October 2023, this landmark event brought together influential art movements, including Pop and Street Art, and their impact on fashion, film, music, and youth culture. By participating in this auction, collectors had the opportunity to own a piece of this artistic revolution while supporting a worthy cause.

With 50% of the proceeds from the Pop X Culture auction going to the mental health charity Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM). Using art, music, sport, and anything in between, CALM stands united against suicide with everyone in the UK.

The campaign is led through vital, life-saving support, impactful conversations and collective action. They stand together with everyone struggling with life, no matter who they are, where they’re from or what they're going through. They challenge the stereotypes and stigma that prevents people getting help.

Celebrate with us as we unveil the full glory of Lhouette's HYPERPOP project. Immerse yourself in a dynamic visual experience that transcends boundaries and ignites the senses. Explore Lhouette's captivating collection at Wyecliffe Galleries, where artistic innovation takes center stage. By supporting this revolutionary project, you also contribute to a cause that strives to make a positive impact on lives.

This is more than just art, it's a revolution! Step into the vibrant world of HYPERPOP and become part of an artistic journey that sparks imagination, embraces individuality, and leaves an indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Join us as we embark on this extraordinary artistic revolution at Wyecliffe Galleries.

 

ABOUT LHOUETTE

Over the last ten years the meteoric rise of British artist Lhouette (Born Ciarán Robinson) has been nothing short of remarkable. Gaining his pseudonym from a series of works featuring a cast of striking yet subversive female silhouettes (such as the legendary painting 'Voyager'), Lhouette is regarded as one of the United Kingdom’s leading pop artists.

Having meticulously developed his craft to produce standout works utilising raw or abandoned materials coated in his signature jam-packed collage stencil and painted aerosol work, the artist has gained critical recognition for his for his 'Post Urban Glamour' and 'Pop Maximalist' concepts.

Lhouette became widely known from 2012, having gained representation from a series of distinguished commercial galleries across the UK. This presence immediately led to a new generation of urban art collectors acquiring key early works. A series of sell-out solo exhibitions alongside published editions and original collections soon followed.

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Lhouette became widely known from 2012, having gained representation from a series of distinguished commercial galleries across the UK. This presence immediately led to a new generation of urban art collectors acquiring key early works. A series of sell-out solo exhibitions alongside published editions and original collections soon followed.

Born in 1985 in Luton Town England, aged 17 Lhouette studied art and design for 3 weeks at Central Bedfordshire College before opting out to enrol into the Royal Navy. Four years and 21 countries later Lhouette returned home to set up his first studio practice. Aged just 21, Lhouette was born.

Though also drawing inspiration from East London’s art scene, the influence of the long stints spent in the Caribbean, South America and Europe can also be found in Lhouette’s work today. Surrounded by different cultures and colours, inspiration from these travels were collated in scrap books curating postcards, souvenirs, and his own conceptual drawings.

Between 2010 - 2012 to enhance his understanding of running an dedicated studio, Lhouette completed a postgraduate Diploma in Art Management at Birkbeck University of London. In 2017 the artist established his independent studios in an area of outstanding natural beauty in leafy Bedfordshire; a large converted barn enables him to produce outstanding works to match the scale of his ambition.

Artworks across Lhouette’s portfolio of landmark originals, deluxe hybrid editions and distinctive wall sculptures have been widely presented in galleries, museums and art fairs internationally, including the UK, USA and Hong Kong. Notable presentations include early works showcased at British institution The Houses of Parliament as well as works hand selected for display at prestigious fine art auction house Christie’s, London.

In 2016 Lhouette was recognised by the BBC London News with a dedicated televised interview surrounding his exhibition 'Post Urban Glamour' and 4-month artist residency at London's 45 Park Lane, having been chosen to exhibit by an art committee including such luminaries as Sir Peter Blake. In the same year Lhouette also received press coverage online and in print by the Evening Standard for his community based art programmes and workshops for young people in Angell Town Brixton, during the 'The Estate Were In' Campaign.

In 2017 the artist selected Wyecliffe Galleries to officially represent his work internationally, involving a series of sell out events and new collection launches. A relationship which has propelled Lhouette's work into the homes of prominent art collectors worldwide; notably including esteemed Hollywood actor Antonio Banderas. Lhouette also created his largest privately acquired body of work to date in collaboration with the gallery; 15 works were commissioned and installed as a permanent exhibition in an exquisite property custom designed and 3 years in the planning and building. Pushing the artist to produce some of his most compelling works, each was designed to enhance the architecture of the building.

In 2018 the artist partnered with Purling London, and transformed a full-scale chess set into a fun fully functional work of art named 'More or Less Chess'. The work was exhibited at the renowned WCHOF Museum St. Louis Missouri USA, during curated showcase, 'Painted Pieces'. His transformation of these classic Staunton pieces into a playable contemporary work of art went on to be referenced as an example of the epitome of artisan craft and artistic vision, by BBC’s the Great British Pottery Throw Down.

Having completed a number of private commissions for Ronan and Storm Keating, Lhouette has also collaborated with this respected duo to raise vital funds for the Marie Keating Foundation and Cancer Research UK, presented at their glittering Emeralds and Ivy Ball. 2020 witnessed further partnership between Lhouette and Keating with the inception of seminal work ‘Knight Nurse’. Commissioned especially for song ‘Little Thing Called Love’, this flagship original features as the centrepiece for the music video as well as the cover art for the single. A composition devoted to the response to COVID-19 and which will likely become a lifetime defining experience for a generation, the original was featured in the Modern & Post-War British auction at Sotheby’s London in July 2020. Smashing all estimates, the original work sold for a landmark £32,500.

Intricately intertwining lowbrow pop culture iconography and mixed media into a distinct visually arresting collection, Lhouette’s work has won patrons and advocates such as Hollywood actor Antonio Banderas, the Khayami Family, the Dorchester Collection, Ronan and Storm Keating, and the world’s foremost designer of Formula One, engineering genius Adrian Newey OBE.

PRIVATE COLLECTIONS

Displayed in the homes of private collectors worldwide, Lhouette’s distinctive urban aesthetic is uniquely placed as an impactful statement for interiors whilst also offering a powerful commentary on modern culture. As Lhouette’s primary representative, Wyecliffe Galleries has served clients reaching from the US to Hong Kong; contact us to further discuss your requirements.

Displayed in the homes of private collectors worldwide, Lhouette’s distinctive urban aesthetic is uniquely placed as an impactful statement for interiors whilst also offering a powerful commentary on modern culture. As Lhouette’s primary representative, Wyecliffe Galleries has served clients reaching from the US to Hong Kong; contact us to further discuss your requirements.

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