‘True Colours’ at @newportstreetgallery_london presents the work of three very different emerging artists united by their use of unrestrained, experimental colour. Helen Beard uses a vivid rainbow palette to depict sexual encounters in interlocking arrangements, with their unapologetic, explicit content accentuated by the bright primary colours. Sadie Laska’s bold compositions are created with paint and collage, often incorporating detritus from the outside world and refusing to adhere to the constraints of the frame. A member of the underground drum band I.U.D, Laska’s canvases emulate the irreverence and expressivity of her music. Also on show is a new series of Boo Saville’s colourfield paintings, an artist who previously created figurative works, and now produces large-scale abstract canvases in gradating shades. The works are accompanied by a series of black and white images, which mediate on the topic of mortality. Created through the application of over forty shades of paint whilst erasing any suggestion of her own mark making, these alluring canvases are somewhat emotionless and impersonal, in contrast with the nature of the photographs displayed alongside. For a visually seductive, enticing display, don’t miss this exhibition ending 9 September.