Marie Jacotey in Conversation with Mary Doyle

Marie JacoteyGloria in excelsis (detail)2018. Soft pastel drawings on tissue paper. Triptych comprised of 14 drawings, each panel 90 x 190 cm



​Drawing Room is pleased to offer the opportunity to see From the Inside Out artist Marie Jacotey in conversation with exhibition co-curator Mary Doyle.

Join Drawing Room for an informal tour of the exhibition From the Inside Out, accompanied by exhibiting artist Marie Jacotey in conversation with exhibition co-curator Mary Doyle. 

Working across media and scale, Marie Jacotey is inspired by social interactions and the stories of friends, strangers, literature and popular culture. She portrays these contemporary relationships and conversations in drawings interspersed with text in a comic-strip form, drawing functioning as a means to tell highly personal and self-reflective stories.

This event is free, but booking is recommended to guarantee a place.

Marie Jacotey (born 1988, Paris, France) lives and works in London. Recent solo exhibitions include: Ballon Rouge, Paris, 2018; Morning Defeats, Hannah Barry Gallery, London. Recent group exhibitions include: Architectural Ethnography, Japan Pavilion, Venice Biennale; Watery, fluid, Cloud cuckoo land, London, 2018; You see me like a UFO, Marcelle Joseph Project, Ascot; Assemble: How We Build, Architekturzentrum Wien, 2017. She graduated with a MA Printmaking from the Royal College of Art, London in 2013.