Lana Locke

Lana Locke is an artist working across a range of media including installation, painting, sculpture, video and performance. She is interested in the idea of the 'feral' - between the wild and the civilised – and how it feeds into social, material and feminist concerns. Her first painting exhibition, I never could drink like Francis Bacon, in May 2019 was her debut show at the gallery.

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LUNGLEY Exhibitions:
I Never Could Drink Like Francis Bacon
10/05/19 - 26/05/19

Lana Locke: I Never Could Drink Like Francis Bacon - Press Release

Lana Locke: I Never Could Drink Like Francis Bacon - List of Works

Lana Locke: Mastitis Bath (2018), acrylic on jute, (75cm x 125cm).

I never could drink like Francis Bacon

Threshold (2019)
Acrylic on jute, (110 x 100cm)

I never could drink like Francis Bacon (2018)
Acrylic on canvas, (61 x 76 cm)

Free Drinks in Soho (2018/19)
Acrylic on jute, (196 x 224 cm)

Afterbirth (2018)
Acrylic, oil pastel and kitchen towel on jute, (206 x 135 cm)

Untitled (2016)
Doggy pee pads, acrylic paint

Untitled (2016)
Doggy pee pads, acrylic paint


Pant vessel (ii) (2018)
Underwear, framing tape.

Mother's Milk (2016)
Video

Damaging Objects solo exhibition
Schwartz Gallery, London, 23 April - 18 May 2014

Lana Locke, solo exhibition
Dolph Projects, Streatham, London, July 2016

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The Drips Installation in Carnival Glass group exhibition
Block 336, London, 4 December 2015 - 29 January 2016

Material, Social, Tidal___Drift
Liddicoat & Goldhill Project Space, Margate, 10 May - 23 June 2018.

Lana Locke: Violent womb form (i) (2015). Wax, latex, unfired terracotta and salt dough.

Violent womb form (i) (2015)
Wax, latex, unfired terracotta and salt dough.

Painting the Roses Red for Grenfell Tower (2017)
Video