Amélie Peace is a French-born queer artist currently working in London. She finished her Bachelor Degree in Fine Art at the City and Guilds of London Arts School in 2020, and since then has taken part in many groups shows, including some with ‘Arusha Gallery,’ ‘The Columbia’ and ‘Prior Space X Phillips.’

Peace’s practice delves into exploring the experience of touch and the human need for physical connection. The psycho-physical dialogues that the artist depicts in her paintings discuss emotional, sexual and gendered experiences. In her work, Peace explores different questions on physicality: what it means to have a body, to share that body, and how this physical connection alters one’s perception of their own physical presence and self.

The artist captures moments that stand on the line between softness and cruelty. The complicated net of emotions depicted on the canvas is enriched with subtle clues left for the viewer to decipher the story behind each piece. Peace has always been fascinated by hands, a form which is frequently accentuated on the painterly surface and used as a stepping stone for building a storyline.

The intensity of colour in Peace’s work is used as a tool to portray the array of themes and emotions she explores in her practice. The artist accentuates the physicality of expressing emotions, the power found in the unspoken language of the gestural. Each painting invites the viewer to join the eternal conversations on self-discovery and self-expression.  



2022    JD Malat Gallery X WAAW

2022    That Wilderness Within, Prior Space

2022    Hiraeth with Phillips X Prior Space

2022    Paper works with Later Editions

2022    Pathways on Paper, with South Parade

2021    Saturnalia with Purslane X Art City Works

2021    On Reflection, curated by Tess Tomassini at The Crypt Gallery

2021    Print Fair with The Tub Hackney

2021    A Chorus of Bodies with Liliya Art Gallery

2021    Private at The Columbia

2021    Safe as Milk with Arusha Gallery

2021    Artist Contemporary online Atelier

2020    Life of Venus with The Tub, Hackney

2020    Curated for Christmas with Allmouth Gallery

2020    AfterHours show with Bowes Parris Gallery

2020    Final, not Over with Unit 1 Gallery Workshop

2020    Included in Artmazemag Spring Edition 18

2020    Curated for Covid online exhibition

2020    Showing with All Mouth Gallery

2019    Interim Show at ArtHill Gallery

2019    Curated and exhibited in RAW exhibition

2018    Interim Show at Downstairs in Mother



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