Go Modern in collaboration with Loewe Contemporary are offering Modern Art from some of the UK's rising stars. The unique collection of contemporary art will be displayed in our Kings Road showroom in London.

This collection offers an incredible opportunity to 'get in at ground level' & invest in cutting edge contemporary art from some of Britain's brightest & best young artists.

Below is a selection of the art on show, click on each picture to enlarge. We also have pdfs of prices & further information about each of the artists. Download the price list here, & the artist information here.

For further information please email, or telephone us on 020 7731 9544.

Our first group exhibition is entitled Spirit Level 010 opening on Thursday 2nd December 2010, closing February 2011.

This pilot show will be followed with a series of Artist in Focus solo presentations, as well as other group exhibitions. The Spirit Level 010 exhibition is currently on at our showroom at 565 Kings Road, London, SW6 2EB

Artists included in the Spirit Level exhibition include Ben Cove, Holly Chambers, Robert Dowling, Robin Friend, Robert Fry, Alex Gough, Dan MacDermott, Joanna Pawlowska, Tooney Phillips, & Maria Thurn und Taxis.

Loewe Contemporary

Catherine Loewe is a London based art curator & consultant, & has been producing bespoke art shows & projects in London for the last ten years. Some of her projects include installations at Coopers & Lybrand, St James Hotel & Club, the Marco Polo building, & the Nicholls & Clarke building.

Catherine has worked for Christie's auction house, the Malborough Gallery, who represent Jackson Pollock, Francis Bacon & Mark Rothko amongst others, the Anthony d'Offay Gallery & leading international art magazine Flash Art.

As well as having extensive experience with art galleries Catherine has served on the acquisition Committee of the Patrons of New Art for the Tate Gallery & contributed to Art World magazine.

She has identified & popularised up & coming artists to a wider audience of private & corporate collectors, including the Saatchi Collection & Aspen Re, & has a proven track record of increasing both the value & the public & art trade interest in the signed up artists.


Holly Chambers approaches drawing by simply drawing a line. However, through an obsessive process of repetition the line is contorted and a form, or rather a surface, is brought into existence.

The work is thrown into the world of illusion, but remains rooted in a process that allows and encourages the compositions of the drawings to appear organically.

Holly graduated from University of St. Andrews (2009) and City and Guilds of London Art School (2010).

In 2010 she was Project Leader at London Zoo for the Big Draw event combining artistic instruction and environmental education and teaching art to over 1,500 visitors to the Zoo.

For further information please email, or telephone us on 020 7731 9544.


Ben Cove's practice exists across different media. Though not directly site specific, works are often conceived in relation to a particular space or made with other works in mind.

Ben graduated from Sheffield Hallam University (2001) and Goldsmiths College (2008). His solo exhibitions include Tilted Leeds Metropolitan University Gallery (2002); New Plastic Universal, Castlefield Gallery, Manchester (2004) and Practical Mechanics, Cell Project Space, London (2006).

He has participated in group exhibitions in London and throughout the UK, & has won the Arts Council England Awards for Artists. Ben is also an Associate Lecturer at Winchester School of Art.

For further information please email, or telephone us on 020 7731 9544.


Dowling uses simple shapes and reoccurring geometry as an initial starting point, experimenting with alternative ways of producing paintings and questioning their associated relationships, he creates works that are decidedly ambiguous in both their materiality and poise.

Robert graduated from the Slade School of Fine Art (2004) and the Royal College of Art (2008). In 2009 he had a solo show at Eleven Howland Ltd and has been in group shows including Anticipation at Selfridges curated by Kay Saatchi, Catriona Warren & Robert Dingle (2010) and Early Drawing, Engholm Engelhorn Galerie, Vienna, (2009); Maximal Minimal, Andreas Grimm, Munich and at Alexandre Pollazzon Ltd, London (2008).

His work will be included in The Shape of Things to Come, New Sculpture II at the Saatchi Gallery (dates to be announced).

For further information please email, or telephone us on 020 7731 9544.


Robin Friend’s pictures capture a sensibility; an instinctive and primitive way of looking and thinking about the world.

Robin graduated from the University of Plymouth, School of Art & Design and the Royal College of Art. This year he has been included in numerous group exhibitions: reGeneration, Pingyao Photography festival, China (and touring, Cape Town, Arles, Lausanne and Milan) Anticipation, Selfrides, Familiar Visions, Towner Gallery, Eastbourne.

He has been nominated for the prestigious Prix-Pictet Award, has won the Photographers Gallery Award and been shortlisted for New Contemporaries. His work features on the cover of Source Magazine issue no. 62 spring 2010.

For further information please email, or telephone us on 020 7731 9544.


Robert Fry uses a variety of methods to engage with the complexity of painting and ‘deconstruct’ the process employing paint, scale and colour.

Robert Fry graduated from Oxford Brookes University (2002) and has had solo exhibitions at Kunsthalle@ M&B with Francois Ghebaly Gallery, Los Angeles (2010) Alexia Goethe Gallery, London and Atelier 2, Moscow (2009) and is currently participating in the exhibition Newspeak – British Art Now at the Saatchi Gallery, London (and previously at the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia).

He has also been included in the Macmillan Contemporary Art Auction and Exhibition and was recently shortlisted for the prestigious John Moores Painting Prize.

For further information please email, or telephone us on 020 7731 9544.


Gough’s paintings are concerned with the notion and sensation of the sublime, in its traditional and modern sense. His Scandanavian heritage and excursions into the forest of Finnish Lapland in midwinter have deeply influenced his work.

Alex Gough graduated from Chelsea College of Art, London (2002), Camberwell College of Art (2005) and participated in the MA City and Guilds of London School of Art show (2010). He is currently Resident artist at The Centre for Recent Drawing in London.

He has had solo shows Arctic Blue, JP Jahan Fine Art,London (2009) and Sinen Syvyys, The Arts Gallery, London (2006) and exhibited in group shows in the UK, Ireland, Helsinki & USA.


Dan McDermott’s work investigates a very specific notion of time, described by the French philosopher Henri Berson as ‘duration’. The nature of the present is one of continuous change.

Dan McDermot graduated from Camberwell College of Art (1992), the University of Northumbria(1995) and City and Guilds of London Art School (2010).

He has had several solo shows at Northcote Gallery, Chelsea and Alon Zakaim Fine Art, London and exhibited extensively throughout the UK and Internationally including London-Paris-New York at Collyer Bristow Gallery, London; Andara Gallery, Jakarta, Indonesia and the Silas Marder Gallery, NY, USA.

For further information please email, or telephone us on 020 7731 9544.


Joanna’s multimedia practice uses digital art with her own photography as the basis for her work. Painting and printing exclusively on aluminium using porcelain varnish as her main medium.

Joanna Pawlowska graduated from John Cass School of Art and Design (2004) and Central Saint Martin’s School (2010) where she won the Kate Barton Painting Award.

In1976 she left Poland and moved to London, where she became co-organiser of the Polish Women’s Forum supporting Solidarity.

For further information please email, or telephone us on 020 7731 9544.


Tooney Phillips’s works are devised from observations of the fragmented landscape of the Provencal limestone quarry and the build environment of the Andalucian white village street.

Tooney graduated from University of Manchester School of Architecture (1990) ,The Bartlett School of Architecture (2001) and City and Guilds of London School of Art (2010), winning the Norman Ackroyd Prize for Etching and the Anstruther Prize for Artistic Excellence.

Her work is to be included in the Clifford Chance Post-Graduate Printmaking exhibition.

For further information please email, or telephone us on 020 7731 9544.


Maria Thurn und Taxis’ drive to paint is inherently an emotional one, exploring deeper psychological meanings and the responses from the viewer.

Maria Thurn und Taxis graduated from the American University of Paris with a BA in Film and Media (2005) before enrolling in painting classes at Camberwell College of Art (2007) and an MA Fine Art from City and Guilds of London School of Art (2010).

In 2005 she produced a documentary film at the Sushma Koirala Hospital in Kathmandu, Nepal which was shown at a charity event in Paris in 2006.

For further information please email, or telephone us on 020 7731 9544.


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