Jeremy Moon

Jeremy Moon, 15/73 [1973]
Acrylic on canvas, 188 x 223 cm.


14 September – 31 October.

Open on Saturdays 1-5pm, and by appointment.

A-M-G-5 is pleased to present an exhibition by Jeremy Moon, organised in conjunction with Ivory Tars. Jeremy Moon was a painter based in London during the 1960s, who came to attention for his use of hard-edge abstraction and eccentrically shaped canvases. His untimely death in 1973, aged 39, would cut short an artistic practice at its height. This exhibition will present 15/73, the last painting Moon would complete, alongside a series of working drawings, related studies and other ephemera. On loan from an archive held by the artist’s estate this material provides an insight into Moon’s working methods, as well as pointing to a series of paintings that would sadly remain unrealised.

Ivory Tars is a curatorial project by Glasgow-based artists Rachel Adams and Neil Clements.

A printed publication will accompany the exhibition.

In order to guard against the risk of spreading Covid-19 and adhere to all relevant government guidance, a number safety protocols will be in place at the venue. We would request masks are worn and that social distancing is maintained throughout your visit.