Figurative Artist

About Vincent





Surrey-born artist Vincent Kamp is acknowledged as one of the UK’s most evocative and exciting new painters. Fascinated by the dark, gritty underground world of urban subculture, his paintings delve beneath the surface of social class. Heavily influenced by cinema, particularly the crime and gangster genres, Kamp says he likes to capture a moment of high tension, imagining there is something surreptitious going on in what could be a perfectly innocent situation. Recent exhibitions include his Barbershop-inspired ‘FEAR AND LOATHING IN EAST LONDON series’, ‘INSPIRED LIVES’, a celebration on the pianist/songwriter Ruben James, and THE LONG GAME - an interactive solo show comprising of thirty paintings, depicting a gangland poker game that ends in an explosion of violence.