Laurence Causse-Parsley, Mixed media contemporary art

Future Exhibitions

The Little Art Show
Fitzrovia Gallery, London

Following the success of their 2018 exhibition “Where We Live”, artists Brian Reinker, Laurence Causse-Parsley and Tom Cox are bringing their unique brand of urban narratives and worldly landscapes to Fitzrovia. This time the trio have been working tirelessly; testing their techniques on a smaller scale to create a body of “little” artworks.

Current Exhibitions

Past Exhibitions

Liminal Space at the Brompton Chapel
Brompton Chapel

By invitation of The Friends of the Royal Brompton Cemetery, LAC will be presenting her latest work urban landscapes inspired by the constant and vibrant transformation of the cities she has lived in or visited.

14/11/2019 - 24/11/2019
BGallery, Paris

Mixed media urban landscapes and art objects

British Painting II
22/05/2019 - 15/06/2019
Bermondsey Project Space, Bermondsey Street, London

Founded in 2015, Bermondsey Project Space is based in trending Bermondsey Street, London.

Project Space presents art, photography and moving image from across the UK, offering a flagship venue for both emerging and established artists. This, combined with a visionary educational and early learning programme, promotes freedom of creative expression through the visual arts.


British Painting II: A Summer Show By Independent Artists

21 May – 15 June 2019

Exhibiting Artists
Felicitas Aga, John Atkin, Philippa Beale, Day Bowman, Laurence Causse-Parsley, Mercedes Carbonell, Stella Carr, Francesca Cho, Mi-Young Choi, James Cockburn, Kate Cragg, Claudia De Grandi, Paul Finn, Andrew Flint-Shipman, Martin Galton, Carolyn Gowdy, Adam Gray, Elizabeth Hannaford, Connie Harrison, Frances Hatch, Adrian Hemming, Marguerite Horner, Gennadiy Ivanov, Michael Jarvis, Robyn Litchfield, Martin Harrison-Priestman, Alan Rankle, Robert Sample, Rob Reed, Pauline Smith, Charlotte Snook, Helen De Sybel, Richard Walker
Artrooms Roma 2019
15/03/2019 - 17/03/2019
Church Palace
The first Artrooms Fair started at the Meliá White House Hotel in London in 2015 and since then hundreds of selected artists from all over the world benefit from exhibiting in a unique environment – a luxurious hotel room, working along with emerging and established curators, meeting galleries and private collectors and gaining visibility from a global audience.
After 4 Editions, the fair has become the largest event for independent artists in the UK, and one of the most talked about in the UK art’s calendar, receiving approximately 1.700 applications and showcasing more than 1.000 art work in 4 days. Exceeding all expectations , Artrooms Fair has been receiving applications from 65 Countries worldwide.
In 2018 , Artrooms has also launched its first edition abroad. Artrooms Fair Roma, at The Church Palace Hotel, expanded its concept by adding to the Hotel Rooms Section a Video Art Section and a Sculpture Park.
FLUX Exhibition London 14-17th March 2019
National Army Museum, Chelsea

Held at The National Army Museum in London and curated by Lisa Gray, the founder of FLUX, this much anticipated edition brings over 100 artists to the fore. Gray has hand selected the very best emerging and established artists for a four-day event.  FLUX opening party comes alive with musical guests, performance art and site specific installations which complement the work and bring a new experimental approach to the exhibition

The 3rd Winter Exhibition
11/12/2018 - 15/12/2018
Menier Gallery, Southwark, London LDN is back at the Menier Gallery for its third annual Winter Exhibition. Showcasing the work of nineteen contemporary artists; both emerging and established international talent. This Christmas Focus LDN promises to bring you its best group exhibition yet.

Alongside a one-off colourful piece symbolising the  artist’s multiple sources of inspiration, Paris-Nice-Mumbai,LAC will be showing new vibrant pieces from her Urban landscapes series, original works and prints.



IN SITU, Make Space Studios Open days
07/06/2018 - 10/06/2018
Make Space Studios 7, 9-10 June 2018

In Situ: Open Studios

In Situ: Open Studios

Make Space Studios Newnham Terrace London, SE1 7DR

6pm-9pm Thursday 7 June 2018
11am-6pm Saturday 9 & Sunday 10 June 2018


Artists & Designers open their doors in Waterloo

Make Space is a thriving and evolving community of over 60 artists nestled amidst the ever-changing landscape of Waterloo. Once each year they host a weekend of art and performance, briefly opening their intimate work spaces to the public.

Artists, designers and makers invite the public into their working space, where they are welcome to explore their practice and engage in creative discourse. It is also an opportunity to buy direct from the artist, avoiding typical 50% commissions.

Experiences available throughout the weekend include

  • Over 60 studios to explore – discover painters, sculptors, designers, ceramicists, goldsmiths, photographers, choreographers, and more.
  • Workshops in ceramics, painting and badge and bunting making*
  • Creation Box hosts ‘Traces’ an drawing and dance improvisational jam
  • Join the group at iknit for Knit in Public day on the 9th
  • Drop in Portrait photography
  • Kids’ treasure hunt
  • Homebaked goodiesAll welcome to this free, fun-packed weekend celebrating creativity.Comments from previous events

    ‘I take the train past here everyday and have always wondered what went on up there in those brightly coloured portacabins. It was amazing to discover so many talented artists. I will definitely be coming back again and bringing all my friends!’ – Liz from Battersea

    ‘I come here every year. I love the creative community vibe.’ – John from Lambeth

    Main event: 11am – 6pm Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 June Opening night: 6-9pm Thursday 7 June
    At: Make Space Studios, Newnham Terrace, London SE1 7DR Contact:
    More info:

*Some workshops will require booking and will incur participation fees.

Upstairs Gallery, High Street, Berkhamsted, Hertfordshire, UK



An exhibition of work by three artists exploring those moments and places in which we escape the everyday






These three artists share an interest in how from time to time, we step outside the known, safe and familiar, into liminal states and places.   Daily life is held in suspension: the terrain is unfamiliar, and the future is thrown into doubt, if only for a moment.

The exhibition will include painting, printmaking and mixed media.

THREADS Edinburgh with the Artists Pool
13/03/2018 - 23/03/2018
Dundas Street Gallery, 6 Dundas street, Edinburgh

Part of The Women’s History Month 2018

Our lives as women contain many threads. Some run through time, connecting us to our past selves and pointing a way towards the future. Others are the threads that weave us together with our family and friends. And there are also the threads of memory, of those we have loved from near and from far, and of those we have lost.

In Women’s History Month, the Threads exhibition reaches out beyond the boundaries of national borders, language, culture and belief, inviting participants to choose a thread from the wide tapestry of their lives and gently unravel it to release its meaning, wisdom and secrets.


Winter Exhibition
12/12/2017 - 16/12/2017
Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark street, London SE1 1RU
Dear Collectors,

We are bringing award winning London artists to The Menier Gallery for the second edition of our WINTER EXHIBITION, this December.

In the run up to Christmas we are proud to be curating the best contemporary artists that the city has to offer. Join us at the prestigious Menier Gallery and discover the original and inspirational work of twenty-two established and emerging artists.

Artists include: Ania Hobson who exhibited in the 2017 BP portrait awards, Gary Hogben, a regular feature in magazines such as Vogue and British GQ, Tom Cox the Evening Standard’s “Young British artist to look out for in 2017” and many more.

This excellent collection of artworks is there to satisfy all contemporary tastes. Including impressionist, conceptual, abstract expressionist works and all in between. You will find traditional oil painting, mixed media works on canvas, limited edition prints and more. For those of you seeking inspirational, original and affordable artwork look no further.

Eminent gallerist Kurt Beers from Beers London shall be adjudicating the exhibition with a cash prize going to the winning artist.


Adam Riches | Artful Dodger | Ania Hobson | Billy Riley | Brad Kenny | Brian Reinker | Chris Vervain | Clive Croft | Ernesto Romano | Gary Hogben | Georg Meyer-Wiel | Jan Bo Vinter Poulsen | Jonathan Gray | Judith Brenner | Laurence Cammas | Laurence Causse-Parsley | Loosh | Mark Pearson | Martin Ireland | Natalie Surridge | Paul Kingsley Squire | Tom Cox

Private View: Tuesday 12th December 6:00 – 8:30pm
With craft beers from Stirling Brew Co.

To RSVP for private view please click here.

Open Hours
Wednesday- Friday 11am-6pm
Saturday 11am-4pm

Address: 51 Southwark St, London SE1 1RU
Closest tube/rail: London Bridge

THREADS 4-15th of July 2017 Edinburgh
04/07/2017 - 15/07/2017
Dundas Street Gallery, 6 Dundas street, Edinburgh

Artists from varied  creative practices, background, culture and countries coming together for this most expressive exhibition. Exploring the threads that connects us through our experiences, humanity, gender, friendship and relationship; across the division of country, culture, language,  and religion.  Sharing the rich tapestry woven from the myriad experiences of individual lives.

Participating Artists


4 – 15 July 2017

Private View –  Friday 7 July 6-9pm

Participating Artists

Judith Bieletto

Juliana Lauletta

Kanwal Dhaliwal

Laurence Cammas

Laura Bello

Laurence C. Parsley

Lucia Colella

Marianne Frank

Nicola Weir

Nick Hazzard

Norma D. Hunter

Patsy Hickman

Richard Heys

Sally Hewett

Salma Patel

Szilvia Ponyiczki

Teresa Chlapowski

Wendy Tuffin

Youngsook Choi

Film by Lucy and Layla Swinhoe

21/06/2017 - 25/06/2017
Old Brompton Gallery

Old Brompton Gallery | 21st – 25th June

Focus LDN is taking over the Old Brompton Gallery this June for CONTEMPORARIES: displaying the work of eight London-based contemporary artists. This dynamic collection explores the breadth of art that our city is producing in 2017.

These artists have been proving their popularity in the London art circuit and are more inspired than ever to express our modern existence. In an era where truth is subjective, these creatives are bringing meaning to the masses through their refined visual aesthetics and conceptual dedication.


Our Eight Contemporaries

Annabel Hill Loureiro 
Aurélie Freoua
Ernesto Romano
Judith Brenner
Laurence Causse-Parsley
Pedro Sousa Louro
Tom Cox


Open Hours
11am – 8pm | Thursday 22nd – Sunday 25th
Private View Wednesday 21st June | 6pm-9pm
Join us for a fantastic evening with the artists and see their outstanding work!
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238 Old Brompton Rd. SW5 0DE
Two minutes walk from Earls Court Station.



HUMAN NATURE, Espacio Gallery
03/10/2016 - 16/10/2016
Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnal Green Road, Shoreditch, London E2

Human Nature. Two simple words that offer a word of interpretation.

When we speak of Human Nature do we mean the inner psyche that both determines our uniqueness and links us to others? Or do we use them in a wider sense to address our interaction with the natural world and our impact on the environment both destructive and constructive?

The artists in this show look at the natural world and how it affects and shapes our humanity, our relationships in our families and in wider society. In this symbiotic relationship every action by Nature or Humanity leads to a change in the other.

Private view 6th October 6-9pm

Frida Kahlo: Lust for life, Menier Gallery 3rd-31st August 2016
03/08/2016 - 31/08/2016
Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark st, London SE1RU

Frida Kahlo A5 invite REAR v1f #2

The Art of Regeneration 26-30 April 2016 Menier Gallery
26/04/2016 - 30/04/2016
Menier Gallery, 51 Southwark street, SE1 1RU London


Focus LDN presents ‘The Art of Regeneration’


In response to the changing urban landscape surrounding an artists’ community in Waterloo, Focus LDN has brought together artists of all nationalities to collaborate on a group show, about the connection between urban regeneration and culture. Focus LDN specialises in interdisciplinary arts events around the capital, with a particular interest in bringing the arts and industry together.


Representing the diversity and multiculturalism of London’s art scene ‘The Art of Regeneration’ explores questions of cultural regeneration, and how the arts are utilising this visual language to inspire their practise.


Lower Marsh in Waterloo has been allocated funds for a range of new initiatives, making the quarter a Portas Pilot area as part of the London Regeneration Project. The Mayor’s investment is supporting the return of Lower Marsh’s street market by working with local businesses, schools, colleges and arts organisations. The Art of Regeneration will further contribute to the art community by working with the Menier Gallery in Southwark.


The Menier Gallery is situated within the historic Menier Chocolate Factory, located in the heart of one of London’s artistic hubs. The gallery is a two minute walk from Borough Market and five minutes from Tate Modern. Menier Gallery is managed by Paintings in Hospitals, a registered charity that lends contemporary works of art to NHS hospitals. All income generated from the gallery supports the charity’s work.


The Art of Regeneration presents an anthology of images synonymous with London’s urban identity, encompassing a variety of techniques from oils and etchings to prints and charcoal. Artists include Patrick Blower who is exhibiting in the Lynne Painter – Stainers award this year, Laurence Causse-Parsley finalist of EWAAC 2015 Open Exhibition and resident at The AIR Kyoto 2016, Mark Mulholland who exhibited in the BP Portrait awards 2014, and Thomas Cox who featured in Parallax Art Fair, Chelsea plus twelveothers. This will be a significant group show for London’s 2016 calendar.


The Art of Regeneration opens to the public from Tuesday 26th to Saturday 30th April 2016 11am-6pm.

The private view will take place 6pm – 8.30pm Tuesday 26th April.


Contributing Artists


Thomas Cox

Gerard Byrne

Patrick Blower

Mark Mulholland

Laurence Causse-Parsley

Miranda Pissarides

Amy Bridges

Clive Croft

Tim Hill


Billy Riley

Robyn Lister

Malcolm Willett

Alexandra Sivov

Su Wen Seah Long

27/10/2015 - 31/10/2015
La Galleria, Pall Mall, picadilly, London
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Place and Space
15/09/2015 - 20/09/2015
Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnall Green road, London

The recent film about J.M.W.Turner has introduced more people to the breadth of expression that can be achieved in the exploration of landscape painting.

‘Place & Space’, the new show at the Espacio Gallery carries that conversation forward by displaying a range of work by contemporary artists who make a statement about their place in the modern world with its ever expanding complex infrastructure.

‘Place’ represents the formal ideas of landscape in real or imagined locations. Our physical presence is somewhere that can be clearly defined. It may be a place we reside, work or visit. In this age of GPS positioning, our ‘place’ can be digitised and our residences ‘post coded’ and Googled. Our minds however, can be in places where our body is not; in this way place can be exotic or transcendent.

‘Space’ may represent the miniscule detail or the enormity of the infinite. Work in this show presents concepts of distance and transcendence; the relationship of objects within a described space, land reflecting sky, transition of sea and shore, arrangement of buildings in man-made space, or simply the relationship between two or more objects on a table.

‘Place & Space’ explores a contemporary view of landscape evoking the world of abstraction through paintings, prints, and photographs. Cary Whitworth illustrates her exploration of ‘inner landscapes’ derived from memories of place and time. Lee-Ann uses her photographs to explore the cartography of the human body and common elements found in the known environment to convey their own unique sense of landscape.

Paintings by Clive Patterson, Annie Hudson, Helen Campbell, Laura Keely, Helen Ryan, & Justine Lois Thorpe possess identifiable features of landscape, but may also introduce ambiguity, combining motifs that take the viewer on an interpretive journey. Anthea Eames conveys a haunting presence of Australia’s ancient past by utilising indigenous earth pigments and patterns, and Laurence Causse-Parsley & juli Jana reveal their fascination with space through dynamic use of colour and form. Rounding out the exhibition Helen Benson’s intriguing screen prints describe the complex structure and pattern of buildings vis a vis related constructed objects.

This exhibition aims to engage the visitor in a conversation about how we envisage landscape and our environment.

Open Studios June 11, 13, 14 2015@ Make Space Studios
11/06/2015 - 14/06/2015
Make Space Studios, London SE1 7DR
The Portrait Show
14/04/2015 - 19/04/2015
Espacio Gallery, 159 Bethnal Green Road, London

A classic subject is given a contemporary twist as twelve established artists give their interpretation of the word ‘Portrait’. At times intimate and unexpected, the works capture the unplanned moment; a fleeting thought that changes the expression, the vulnerability of the sleeping figure, abstractions that hint at flesh and sensuallity.

Umbra, Vaults festival, London 2015
01/03/2015 - 04/03/2015
The Vaults, Leake street, London

Rachel Kay, creative director of Creation Box, london, has created a choreography and a film inspired both by her own family history and Laurence Causse parsley (LAC) painting Shimmering II. It was shown on March 1 and March 4 2015 at the Vaults Festival, London by Rachel Kay, and 5 talented dancers, Tom Wilkinson, Jacob Holme, Jai Jaiface Morrison, Sarah Jane Stanley and Charlotte Wildrianne.

Rachel overlooked as well the collaboration of 4 other artists form Make Space Studios and 4 dance companies, showcased as well at the Vaults festival.

UMBRA the general title of this collaboration, came from Rebecca Geary’s glass artwork exhibited at the Vaults festival.


Wind Wood & Water
04/09/2014 - 09/09/2014
Espacio Gallery, London


03/04/2014 - 08/04/2014
Espacio Gallery 159 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 7DG

Portrait 2014

Thursday 3rd April – Tuesday 8th April 2014 Private View Thursday 3rd 6 – 10pm 159 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 7DG

Espacio Gallery has the pleasure of inviting you to the Private View of our second Annual Portrait Show; an exhibition that showcases exciting new work by emerging and established artists, providing a fresh look into both traditional and contemporary portraiture. This diverse group of visual artists have come together from varied backgrounds and experiences to offer an exciting showcase of their current work.

This collection of works provides new references to our environment, in paint, sculpture, drawings and mixed media.

Laurence Causse-Parsley is exhibiting for the first time, inspired by her ten-year stay in Asia, these oil-painted figurative portraits make a digression in the usually abstract and vividly coloured work of the London based artist LAC. LAC’s portraits evoke the slumber of a tropical afternoon, the shade and the heat and sometimes catches the funny side of an improbable pose.

Espacio Gallery 159 Bethnal Green Road, London, E2 7DG
Exhibition opening hours: Thursday – Monday: 1 -7pm, Tuesday: 1 – 5pm
Transport: Liverpool Street Station, Bethnal Green Station, Shoreditch High Street Station, 8 or 388 bus @espacio gallery

For press enquiries or further information, please contact

In With the New
Menier Galerie, 53 Southwark St London SE1 1RU January 2013, 14 -25

In with the new Private View Thurs 16 Jan 6-9pm

Open 11-6pm daily (8pm Fri) 14–25 Jan

January is the month which looks both ways: back to the old year and, more importantly, forward to the new.

Start 2014 in style by joining 23 Espacio Gallery artists as they visit The Menier to share their hopes for the next 12 months with a panoply of future-focused work.

Live Music Night – Fri 24 Jan 7-9pm

Esperanza Gomez Carrera Christopher Guest Justyna Szpygiel Anthea Eames Sarah Fosse Joss Rossiter Laura Bello Cate Field Coulsoom Paul Flint Edu Luna Tina Viljoen Renee Rilexie Judith Bieletto Steve Trevillion Angelika Lialios Marianne Frank Penelope Wright Rosslyn Postlewaite Liz Whiteman Smith Pennie Cunliffe-Lister Laurence Causse-Parsley Paul: The Finsbury Park Deltics

Inspired by heroes of blues, jazz and country from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s.

“The best British blues band I’ve seen in quite a few years.”

Paul Slade, Music Journalist

OPEN DAYS @ Make Space Studios
06/06/2013 - 09/06/2013
Make Space Studios, Nenwham terrace, SE 1 7DR Lambeth North Tube.

Art Breathes Life Into Waterloo’s Hidden Spaces


8 – 9 June

Make Space Studios, formerly a disused site next to Waterloo, this colourful site is now the creative home of more than 70 artists, who will be throwing open their doors to the public for a weekend of art, music, film and food.

These events provide an opportunity for Londoners and visitors to step out of Southbank crowds and move just south of the gaze of the London eye into the old world made new by creative types; a place where the discerning art appreciator can get in early, before all the works cross the river to the Tate.

21/03/2011 - 26/03/2013
Espacio Gallery, Bethnal Green Road, London

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Simulator Gallery, London
Dear All,
7 good reasons to come to our ART & RHYTHM HAPPENING
on 13 December 2012, at the Simulator Gallery

1 It’s not a Christmas party
2 It’s a one night only event
3 A casual happening to relax with friends
4 Discover resonances between the works of four artists
5 Enjoy excellent live music from Madagascar
6 Taste delicious French wines from Jura
7 Win a painting, a photo or a sculpture with our Lucky Art draw

Please do not forget to confirm your presence at by 6 December 2012

Looking forward to seeing you there!

Best wishes,
Christele, Laurence, Florence and Nogabe

How to get there:
Address: The MAKE SPACE STUDIOS, Newnham Terrace, LONDON SE1 7DR
Map: Make Space Studios
Tube: Lambeth North (Bakerloo line) / Waterloo Station (Jubilee, Northern, Bakerloo, Waterloo and City lines).

07/05/2013 - 11/05/2013
Menier Gallery, London

Contact: Renee Rilexie (curator) Mobile: 07947 628694


04/07/2013 - 07/05/2013
Espacio Gallery, Bethnal Green Road, London

Join us for a show which will explore the underlying structure of the artistic process as we voyage through the possibilities of line, shape, form shape, texture, value and colour.