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About Exhibition

Connie Harrison graduated from Chelsea College of Arts in 2016. Re- cent exhibitions include The Invita- tional at Unit 1 Gallery, Open Call with Delphian Gallery, Small is Beau- tiful at Flowers Gallery and British Painting II at Bermondsey Project
Space.

Maïa Régis was born in Paris in 1995, but is now based in London, work- ing between London and Sicily. She studied at the Chelsea College of Arts (BA Fine Art) in 2017 and the Royal College of Art (MA Painting) in 2019. Having since shown both in London and internationally, recent features include Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017 and 2018, Grif- fin Art Prize 2017, FBA Futures 2018, ‘Saatchi Art: Invest in Art Report 2019’.

Oriele Steiner was born in London in 1993. She attended Brighton Uni- versity, where she studied Fine Art: Painting. Having been featured in the Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2016, she will be going to the Slade School of Fine Art to study for her MA in 2021.

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Connie Harrison

Connie Harrison graduated from Chelsea College of Arts in 2016. Recent exhibitions include The Invitational at Unit 1 Gallery, Open Call with Delphian Gallery, Small is Beautiful at Flowers Gallery and British Painting II at Bermondsey Project Space.

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Oriele Steiner

Oriele Steiner was born in London in 1993. She attended Brighton University, where she studied Fine Art: Painting. Having been featured in the Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2016, she will be going to the Slade School of Fine Art to study for her MA in 2021.

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Maia Regis

Maïa Régis was born in Paris in 1995, but is now based in London, working between London and Sicily. She studied at the Chelsea College of Arts (BA Fine Art) in 2017 and the Royal College of Art (MA Painting) in 2019. Having since shown both in London and internationally, recent features include Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2017 and 2018, Griffin Art Prize 2017, FBA Futures 2018, and the ‘Saatchi Art: Invest in Art Report 2019’.

Grounded in the firm belief that the art world must reflect an increasingly globalized marketplace, Grove Collective was established as a means to actualize a collective conception of what the art world can become when it works to benefit increasingly exciting and active new markets, not only an established collectorship. In doing so, the gallery exhibits exciting work from around the world, easing bottlenecks that prevent artists from selling their work, and making art from a diverse range of practitioners available to an equally diverse collector base.