No.16 – Compound Cluster Fit

Oil on Car Panel

1480cm x 123cm


Manu Likes To Disco

Oil on Capri Car Bonnet

127cm x 134cm



Jean Jean Bloemfontein

Oil on Car Bonnet

121cm x 115cm



Blue print for a Bear (2016)

Oil on board

196cm x 196cm



Cartoon Swamp Jazz (2016)

Ink on Board

104cm x 128cm


Mabel (2012)

Oil on Wood

128cm x 58cm x 40cm


Soft Cone

Oil on filing cabinet panel

121cm x 60cm




Oil on Metal Filing Cabinet Panels

117cm x 120cm




Oil and enamel on canvas

88cm x 88cm




Limited Edition of 33 Screen Prints on Cairnes Eco Kraft paper

50cm x 70cmm




David Le Fleming (NZ)

Le Fleming is a self taught artist, originating from the Manawatu district of New Zealand and currently based in London.

He’s exhibited extensively over the past thirteen years in places such as London, Paris, Lille, Frankfurt, Köln and Wellington.

He marries together different painting techniques; such as a painterly portraiture and a clean linear aesthetic, visually dissected if you will, all elements are cordoned off with heavily punctuated linework.

Using this particularcombination of punctuated linework and observed form, Le Fleming isable to channel the thread of interpretation and narrate his message through his typically odd character studies.

The canvas is key to Le Fleming’s work, choosing to work mostly with pre-existing objects such as car bonnets, fridge doors, filing cabinets and tin cans.

The inherent qualities of these found objects are incorporated in such a way as to set the mood and hint at a world from which the characters belong.

He’s particularly interested in working with objects that have typography or defects as they afford additional contextual properties and platforms for building ideas around.


Solo exhibitions:

2009 ‘Petrol’ Signal Gallery, London
2008 ‘Gullwing Mary and the Dannevirke Divas’ Empire Gallery, London
2008 ‘Morri’s Gumpy’ Saatchi & Saatchi window box, London
2006 ‘Ted Mongering’ Foundry, London
2004 ‘No Peerless Social Lion’ Foundry, London
2003 ‘Making up for Lost Body Language’ Anvil House, Wellington
2003 ‘No.2 Join the Hayboy Club’ Start Gallery, Wellington
2002 ‘Vocabulary Gone Feral’ Walrus Gallery, Wellington
2001 ‘Barney’s World of Absolutes’ Gallery on Riddiford, Wellington


Selected group exhibitions:

2012 ‘Sand Sea & Spray’ Street Art Festival, Blackpool
2011 ‘Apart Summer Show’ Apart, London
2011 ‘Generations’ Chelsea Old Town Hall & Saatchi Gallery, London
2011 ‘Configured’ Signal Gallery, London
2010 ‘From London to Lille’ Vertikall Gallery, Lille
2010 ’10 Years Apart’ Apart, London
2010 ‘Carrousel du Louvre’ Louvre, Paris
2010 ‘Jam 3’ Vitry-sur-Seine, Paris
2010 ‘Clusters Fits Five’ Foundry, London
2009 ‘Artists for Dalai Lama’ Krauts Gallery, Köln & Frankfurt
2009 ‘Nice Old Bank on the Corner’ Apart, London
2009 ‘Go Figure’ Krauts Gallery, Cocoon Club, Frankfurt
2008 ‘House of Yamake’ Apart, London