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Brett Amory’s Intentional Abstractions at Lazarides’ Outsiders

Brett Amory, whose studio we visited a few months back, recently dropped the surprise announcement that he'll be showing at London's prestigious Lazarides/Outsiders Greek Street Gallery. HF contributing photographer Shaun Roberts was on hand to visit the artist as he furiously fulfilled dueling deadlines (Amory also has a group show this month at Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles) to create a new body of work for the international show. Entitled "Intentional Abstractions", the Laz show will be Amory's first solo in the UK and one that we're proud to preview, here on Hi-Fructose.

Brett Amory, whose studio we visited a few months back, recently dropped the surprise announcement that he’ll be showing at London’s prestigious Lazarides/Outsiders Greek Street Gallery. HF contributing photographer Shaun Roberts was on hand to visit the artist as he furiously fulfilled dueling deadlines (Amory also has a group show this month at Thinkspace Gallery in Los Angeles) to create a new body of work for the international show. Entitled “Intentional Abstractions”, the Laz show will be Amory’s first solo in the UK and one that we’re proud to preview, here on Hi-Fructose.

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