After a year of silence but plenty of activity behind the scenes, I am thrilled to announce the forthcoming “Hello Hello” duologue exhibition featuring the artwork of Suzy Willey and Agnes Poitevin-Navarre in the Parlour Room. The exhibition will be on until 26th June 2021. By appointment only. DM me.

Go to https://instagram.com/agnespnavarre to catch up with some art produced during lockdown.

Go to https://instagram.com/suzywilley to see the pop art paintings of Suzy Willey who is now represented by the Parlour Room and this link to the promo that Jasper https://instagram.com/jaspersfilms filmed and edited https://www.instagram.com/p/CPaLal6hPhR/?utm_medium=copy_link

Coronavirus pandemic 2020 – postponed solo show at William Road Gallery

Due to the Coronavirus pandemic, the exhibition at the William Road Gallery, due in May 2020 has be postponed until further notice. Please stay home, wash your hands and keep social distancing as advised by the authorities. Thank you all.



Solo exhibition in Spring 2020 at the William Road gallery NW1

Agnes Poitevin-Navarre

Delighted to announce forthcoming solo exhibition at the William Road Gallery,  London NW1 3ER, in spring 2020.

Le Jeu de Dames

art exhibition with Catherine Hollens, Sylvie Franquet, Donna Shoenherr, Agnes Poitevin-Navarre

The Parlour Room is delighted to announce the wonderful forthcoming quadrilogue exhibition featuring the work of Catherine Hollens, Sylvie Franquet, Donna Shoenherr and Agnes Poitevin-Navarre. The private view will be held on Friday 7th December 6-8pm ish and the show will be on for three weeks until Friday 21st December. If you are looking at purchasing some beautiful original artworks, don’t miss this show! Contact Agnes for direction on 07432 113382.

Finissage on Thursday 28th June 2018 from 6-9pm

“Noble Are The Dreams” exhibition is now on. Not to be missed! Please make an appointment to see it.

Artist Agnes Poitevin-Navarre posing between “The Candidates” installation and “The Oracle”

Detail “Cartouche with Academic Eyes” 2018

“Noble Are The Dreams” is a monologue exhibition encompassing drawings and paintings that explores themes of mythologies, stories and archetypes. The colourful paintings, just like the ‘Murmurs” series did previously, are an invitation to contemplation yet, with very loose gestures, possible interpretations are multiplied. Presiding over the colourful work is the first part of a trilogy entitled “The Candidates” and two “Academic Lips” circular canvases sidekicks. The eyes are the guides. The audience is encouraged to add their own reading. The curating of each piece interacting with others and the audience makes this exhibition quite unique. Not to be missed.

The finissage party will be on Thurday 19th April.