Storm Gordon has been selected to exhibit at the Scope Miami Beach International Contemporary Art Show from December 3rd – 8th!
Storm is delighted to have her work displayed at this critically acclaimed event which is being held in conjunction with VH1.


Welcoming 100 International Exhibitors, SCOPE Miami Beach will also feature a wide range of curated projects, sponsor programs and Platinum VIP tours. With an emphasis on activating emerging galleries and artists, attendees to SCOPE are seasoned collectors, curators and taste-makers looking for new discovery.

For the second year in a row, SCOPE, – the pre-eminent launching pad for emerging contemporary art,– continues its collaboration with VH1, which through its own You Oughta Know initiative has helped launch some of music’s hottest artists. This year, SCOPE and VH1 are teaming up to host ART + MUSIC + BEACH to celebrate the convergence of the music and art worlds in a series of curatorial on-air, online and on-site collaborations at SCOPE’s new location in the heart of South Beach, Miami. The VH1 Indoor Lounge within the SCOPE pavilion will expose SCOPE Miami Beach attendees to a series of activations designed to celebrate the crossover between art and music, and will be open to all for the duration of the event – December 3-8, 2013.


Another New York Exhibition!

Storm is thrilled to have her artwork featured in another exhibition in New York! The Creatives Rising exhibition will see her artwork projected onto the 42 storey Linc LIC skyscraper this Saturday (5th October 2013) from 8pm. Her work will also be on display in the See Me gallery on Long Island.

New York Gallery Exhibition

Storm Gordon is delighted to have been chosen to have some of her work featured in an exhibition in New York.

The Story of the Creative exhibition launched last night (25th July) at the Angel Orensanz Foundation Gallery in Manhattan and will be on display at the See Me Gallery on Long Island, New York until 10th September.

Images from her Theatre in a Skirt theme are being exhibited alongside works by artists from over 100 countries.