Expect more pleasant surprises from Lucas Price as his latest body of work is about to be revealed in solo show T.E.A.M. Atlas (an acronym for The Earth As My Atlas). Lucas continues his exploration of cataloguing ephemera within his work, but this time it appears that the work is all rendered or drawn rather than collaged. Rove Gallery in Hoxton Square play host to this latest collection of works comprised of new oil paintings and carbon / graphite drawings.

Lucas sent us some images of the work recently, including a couple of shots from the studio. His still life oil works appear as clean as photographs – which we first mistook them for. If your interactions with Lucas’ work are mainly with his graffiti past, we visited his studio at the RCA where he is currently finishing his MFA a year and a half back and attended the opening of his last solo exhibition in London if you want to see some more of his contemporary work from the recent past.

Planet Notion has a brief interview with Lucas here if you are interested to find out a (little) more about the show before it opens on Thursday 6th December. It should definitely be on your calendar if in or around London between then and 21st December.

Discuss Lucas Price here.