Full of nods to greats like Peter Doig, Gerhard Richter and the post-impressionists, Showering’s big canvases are littered with recognisable shapes – faces, people, landscapes. But there’s something amazingly alluring about the miasma that swallows her works. They’re clearly personal, figurative things, but so mistily, mysteriously washed out that they’re actually quite unsettling. Seriously pretty art for seriously weird times.
Find Antonia in ‘Society’ at Chalton Gallery. Thu Oct 3-26. Free.
Address: 96 Chalton St London NW1 1HJ