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Gina Bold has just had two solo shows in London. One of them, at Ecora Basement Gallery, has even been extended until 30th June. Coverage in the famed Ham and High newspaper mentions her making stained glass at the Mary Ward Centre in Bloomsbury and mosaics “on the Greek Island of Skyros before progressing to watercolour and oil painting,” but fails to mention that the latter started in earnest in 2002 at the Stuckism International Gallery, where she was first publicly exhibited. At that time she was a vociferous Stuckist artist (see photo). 3:AM is pleased to set the record straight.

Ecora Basement Gallery: 20 Englands Lane, Belsize Park, London NW3 4TG (Mon-Fri 9.30am-6.30pm, Sat 10am-5pm, closed Sunday).

[Pic: Gina Bold, now a lapsed Stuckist artist, at the Stuckists’ 2002 Turner Prize demonstration outside Tate Britain with Charles Thomson and Philip Absolon.]

First posted: Saturday, June 13th, 2009.

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