Josh Crowe is a fine artist whose work primarily consists of painting and video installations. He graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in 2016, with an undergraduate degree in Fine Art Painting.
What was the inspiration behind your pieces in not just a shop?
The inspiration for these pieces came from some old photographs I had taken, years before, of some friends while we were in Paris. I’ve always been interested in the relationship between memory and photography. Photography has this ability to preserve time, but also colour it with pathos and nostalgia. These two paintings were part of a larger series, and the intention was to bring together a large number of images from a variety of sources, mixing my own memories with images collected from movies or the internet, blurring the line between truth and fiction.