Meli Melo: It’s a Mess is the new group show put on by three young curators, Central St. Martins students Victoria Genzini, Marsida Rexhepaj and Riddhi Bahnsali. Meli Melo – translation - mish mash, showcases a mixture of work from both established and up and coming artists from all over the world. With new works from Tom Gallant, Thomas de Falco and Masa Suzuki alongside newbies like Jean Feline, Sean Headman, Matt Logan and Alessandro Teoldi amongst others hailing from all over the world – Sweden and Italy, to Montenegro and Romania. Japanese artist Masa Suzuki work has already been featured in Kay Saatchi’s London Anticipation Show. His work - sculptures of homeless men - were created when he noticed the similarities between the lifestyle and body language of the homeless man on the street to Buddhist monks in the temple. Suzuki draws on the differences between Western and Oriental culture and the misreadings that occur between them.