Jonathan Ross is pleased to announce the March exhibition at Gallery 286 where the very different nature of its two exhibition spaces will be perfectly complimented by its new occupant.

Bob Lawrie has shown paintings and videos in joint exhibitions at the ICA, Neal Street Gallery, the Fridge, Notre Dame Hall, Olympus gallery, Chenil Gallery, Gallery Saw and the Pompidou Centre. One man painting show at Galerie Differences, Paris. He lives and works in London.

In the ground floor gallery: 'the Logic index'.

Images sourced from various places: the waste bin, cathedrals, gas towers, abstract patterning, roadsides, distorted and mutated from their humble origins then cryptically combined with narratives, quotations and informative texts.

Downstairs gallery: 'Archer Street 76-84'

These prints interpret aspects of life in Bob Lawrie's Soho studio: its various contents, the local denizens and his alter ego, Ralph. With screenings of his short films from the same period.